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Attacat Month in Numbers

Month In Numbers – August 2011

The Attacat Month In Numbers – August 2011

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Chamber of Commerce slides: How to – Social Media

Slides from @attacat_joel‘s presentation ‘How to – Social Media for your Business’ for the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce.

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Social Media Roundup – July 2011

Facebook has launched more things in reaction to Google launching things – sound familiar? Here it all is:

Google+ oh my are you not on it yet?

Facebook ‘guide for businesses’

Getting creative with QRs

Political shenanigans with social media

Person dies! Buy music!

Promoted tweets kick on

Twitter breaks records

Same-sex marriage and a perty waterfall

Social Media Roundup – June 2011

So you’ve been hiding under a rock all month and want the full low down on Google+? Look no further, the social media news roundup is here!

Google+ aims to kick Facebook off its perch

Kissing couple go viral

Want a fair constitution? Ask everybody!

Facebook knows your face

“It’s the police, stop updating your Facebook status!”

Social Media Roundup – May 2011

Get your face out of my tweet book. Your tube is too linked in. Confusing? Then catch up with May’s social media news.

Google social search goes worldwide, +1 site button teased

Twitter ‘follow’ button

Twitter buys Adwords tool Adgrok

Playstation Network hack fallout

Super-injunctions and Twitter censorship?

Wordpress is 8 years old

Tagged: Cup final 360-degree panoramic photo

Twitter photos and top trends

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Social Media Roundup – April 2011

Let’s get social with the media scene in April (yes we’re a bit late this month)…
Google launches ‘+1′

Facebook introduces the ‘send’ button

Spotify get restrictive following ongoing losses

Facebook studio shows off polished campaign integrations

Do you own your photos online?

Facebook unveils new ad and coupon products

Hootsuite’s Social Dashboard voucher

Top 10 Twitter trends this month

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Custom Facebook pages with iFrames | 8 steps for non-developers

Facebook have more formally announced they’ll be phasing out the use of FBML for custom Facebook pages and switching to the use of iFrames and embedded Facebook apps. “Damn”, you may be thinking, “I only just worked out how to create a landing page with FBML”. Well, don’t be so downhearted; this change should give brands and sites a lot more freedom in what you can now do on your Facebook pages. You’ll need to make an ‘app’, which sounds daunting but is relatively straightforward with the these 8 steps.

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Facebook company pages get a much needed overhaul

Facebook have announced the switchover to a new appearance for company/business pages today – you can access the new layout and functionality in preview now, with full switchover happening on 10 March. It’s certainly a welcome change, offering additional functionality that advertisers and companies have been screaming out for, including the ability to ‘become’ a business page.

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Facebook adverts: now with display URL

We’ve noticed that Facebook adverts are now showing a ‘display URL’ after the title, very much in the style of traditional Adwords display URLs

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New Media Breakfast 1st Anniversary Q&A Session

First of all, I must congratulate the fatBuzz team on their 1st anniversary of the New Media Breakfast series! I remember my first time at one of the breakfasts in Edinburgh around October time last year, and I have certainly seen the event grow since then which is fantastic to see.
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