Articles Tagged “twitter”

  • Customer service via social media

    By Tweet or by Facebook wall, customers are highly likely to share their likes and dislikes in the social media space. Consequently, brands, big and small, want to manage the conversation and respond to issues…

  • Social media for dinner

    Marmite is a British, sandwich spread, originally made from the yeast extract by-product from brewing beer. But the word is of French origin, referring to a clay cooking pot of bygone days. In the French…

  • What to do with Twitter

    How do you tweet your Twitter account? And do you have Twitter goals? If you barely Tweet at all, your followers will be bored and maybe they’ll stop following you. If you Tweet about anything…

  • Digital creativity is strategic

    Digital advertising is not like the advertising of old and as such it requires a different kind of creativity, perhaps even a different definition of creativity. While there could be mass quibblings about whether creativity…

  • A quirky thought or two

    It is said that mice have personalities just like people do, and the challenge to every brand is to market to these various mice personalities. If you’ve ever trapped a mouse you might consider how…

  • Do you have social authority?

    The people at Google may not know who you are in real life, but they certainly know and care if you have social authority. High social authority means you have the power to get lots…

  • The symbolic life of trees

    Arbor Day, observed on the last Friday in April is usually celebrated with tree plantings. So for all who are planting trees it might be helpful to know that over the course of history humans…

  • Find your quorum on Quora

    For everyone who has a question and wishes to have answers from those who have been there and done that, there’s Quora. Sure, it’s a quirky name because the letter Q is so infrequently used.…

  • The History of HTML5

    This is an infographic about the History of HTML5 with many milestones and interesting facts throughout the last years. Infographic by SounasDesign

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    The New Myspace Design

    Myspace designers have drawn inspiration from the likes of Pinterest and Microsoft‘s Metro UI. Everything comes together to form a really sleek look, and call us crazy, but this redesign may just do something to bring users back…