Web design has come a long way from the very first website which was published by Tim Berners-Lee in 1991, who marked the beginning of the digital revolution. The fellows at digital agency Aptitude decided to take a stroll down memory lane, pointing out the defining moments in web design that have shaped modern-day sites. Read More
Category Archives: Blogging
Sentiment analysis tools mine text captured in reviews, blogging and micro-blogging streams to extract subjective information, which can then be used to manage service, increase sales or develop propositions. Social media data is rich and interesting, full of fascinating observations that, if we can harness them, will deliver insights the like of which has never been seen before. But as with any large sets of data or analysis, it’s easy to draw all kinds of incorrect conclusions; context and objectives are everything.
Warm and engaging communication isn’t about cold hard numbers, but using the numbers to make sure you’re investing precious resources in the right places, at the right time is all-important. And that requires analytical rigour. With that in mind, here are some top tips designed to help marketers understand how good sentiment analysis of social media data works, and how to make the most of the data that has genuine, actionable meaning for brands. Read More
The very clever bods at social media platform Buffer were curious about the ideal length of tweets, headlines and everything else in between published on this gigantic virtual world we call Online.
They did some research, found the sweet spots and summarised their findings in this bite-sized infographic.
The creative process is, and should be, riddled with mistakes. As James Joyce said, ‘mistakes are the portals of discovery’. They are the way we learn; the way we evolve. Indeed, you only have to scratch the surface of Twitter to read motivational statements such as ‘I haven’t failed, I’ve just found 100 ways that don’t work’.
I totally get that. But it poses a problem for me. I have an innate aversion to making mistakes. A fear. And fear of making mistakes can paralyse our creativity. Read More
All this week our LIVE@AdvertisingWeek blog has brought you the best news, views, videos, pictures, tweets, interviews and behind-the-scenes gossip from the four-day event. As our teams try to stop their heads from spinning, The Wall brings you a best of the best bits curation from all the daily highlights. Read More
The industry chatter about the risks of guest blogging has been getting louder for more than a year. The first the warning shot was fired by Google’s head of web spam Matt Cutts with his decay and fall of guest blogging post. Three months later and after a host of website penalties, it had become clear that guest posting was indeed a major risk if undertaken for the objective of SEO. Read More
So far my meditations have been interrupted by: impatient commuters; my mobile (my fault); a colleague; my husband (his fault); and the cat. I take this all as imperative learning experience as I embark on my early meditation journey. Read More
Pinterest, the tool for collecting and organising things you love, enables users to share and pin photos and short videos. As brides-to-be “pin” their favourite wedding dress designs and new homeowners follow DIY window treatment boards, the image-sharing social network is the ultimate wish list, radiating millions upon millions of consumers’ intent to purchase. Read More
There are currently more than 74,652,500 WordPress sites in the world, plus Tumblrs, Bloggers, Typepad and company blogs. So how how do you find your niche in this environment, attract readers and keep them coming back for more?
Creating content for a blog can seem a daunting process. To help, WhoIsHostingThis.com has come up with a useful infographic (see below) to get you started.
Here are a few of the most important points to remember when you start to blog.