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Twitter: What You Should & Shouldn’t Care About

January 24, 2012


Unless you’ve been living in outer Mongolia herding sheep for the past 10 years you should know what Twitter is so I’m not going to go through a description of what it is. With over 300 million users that generate almost the same number of tweets a day, Twitter is a formidable force is marketing […]

What is PPC?

December 18, 2011


What is PPC? Everybody with a website wants to be on the first page of a Google search results page, right? Unfortunately that’s easier said than done. Even if you’re doing SEO with a professional, it can take half a year before you’re seeing the results for the keywords you want to rank for. To […]

Top 5 Green Architecture Projects

December 16, 2011


Green architecture projects are blossoming around the world, so to speak, and many amazing and wonderful designs are coming out of the commercial and residential industries. Corporate and personal responsibility towards the environment is becoming a welcome trend and to analyse where the best routes are for future developers to journey, we need to stop […]

Guest Post: 5 Reasons Not to Watch TV

December 8, 2011


We all watch more and more television – this is what we are told. Whether this is good for us or not is perhaps a question on which we can make up our own minds, but it’s probably too much if you find that your eyes have turned into perfect squares and you go for […]

Don’t buy followers! Grow them!

December 4, 2011


At the end of my last post I promised another one on why buying twitter users is perhaps the worst decision you can do when it comes to social media. It’s not number one, (I don’t know what number 1 is, maybe ask Britney Spears) but its up there in the top 10. This is […]

The 3 Rules of Growth on Twitter

December 3, 2011


So here’s the thing, I’m into social media. I read blogs, I write this one, I’m active on Twitter and Facebook, I have an and accounts with a bunch of other social networking sites. I use twitter to network with people, get a lot of news and find interesting (and funny) stuff to read/watch. […]