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Month In Numbers: May 2014

Roll up, roll up, here’s May’s installment of our Month In Numbers series. This month Instagram and Twitter make guest appearances along with a few other nifty facts and figures.

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Twitter Ads For SMBs: Take Flight With These Great Tips

In the wake of Twitter’s IPO earlier this month, Twitter has finally launched their self service tool for smaller advertisers. Up until now, most advertisers had been asked to commit in the region of £15k just to run a test on the social network’s ad platform – now they can do it with change from a fiver. So here’s a quick guide on what you can do, why you should do it and how to get started.

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Tweelinks: Free tool that embodies how great the Internet is

If this doesn’t show the unbelievable amazingness of the Internet and the people using it I don’t know what does. It also talks about an awesome outreach and PR tool / tactic as a byproduct (which is nice).

Insta-marketing: Instagram – a valuable tool for content marketing and social media?

Over the past couple of months there have been some noticeable disagreements between social networking sites Twitter and Instagram. We look at the conflict between the two networks and how this could be interesting news for internet marketers. We give some starting tips for brands using Instagram.

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Twitter roundup: July 2012

Twitter have stepped up search and their expanded tweets during July. Lookey!

Improved search functionality
Advert targeting – now better
Graphs, followers and other shizzle

Attacat Month In Numbers June 2012

month in numbers – June 2012

June was truly Jubilicious…but along with bunting, street parties and a big ol’ long weekend, it also had some noteworthy internet marketing stats up it’s sleeves – check them out in June Month in Numbers now! Now! Or another 60 years will have gone before you know it…

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Social media roundup: February 2012

This roundup post is so jammed full of social media sweetness they’ve actually had to increase the length of February this year so you can fit it all in. You say it’s an additional day accumulated due to the astronomical calendar not quite fitting in with Gregorian calendar? Nonsense!

Pinterest eats the world
Twitter for brands
Facebook now made of shares
National twotto!
Google+: What you should know
Linked to Bing
Gi’s a job

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Social media roundup: January 2012

A new year, a new load of social media news you probably missed. You may have still been drunk from New Year’s. That’s fine, but you shouldn’t be drunk now. Put the gin down.

social media and search works – let’s sack people

Google ‘warps’ search with plus Your World

Twitter changes things…

Facebook changes things…

only 17% of your fans see your posts

measurement and monitoring FBI style

QR codes: big ol’ overview

Censored had a censored with censored? Who gives a censored?

Twitter and Facebook: pub chatter or controlled press?

The Leveson inquiry into press standards couldn’t be credible if it didn’t begin to look into the implications of social networks upon the press and privacy landscape.

However Leveson has also admitted that he sees Facebook and Twitter as being distinctly different, “pub chatter” between friends. But is this really the case? And does leaving these networks out of any regulation undermine the whole process?

#ScotlandHour – The Benefits of Social Media for Tourism

A small group of us have developed what we think is a really powerful way of joining up the voices of Scottish tourism businesses – the idea is called #ScotlandHour – and the more businesses who get involved the more effective our choir of voices becomes.


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