At the 2014 Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, a new trend emerged that will change both the mobile and content marketing landscapes.
There is a new C-word circulating through the marketing fraternity, and it isn’t at all what you think it is.
Facebook purchased Whatsapp for a whopping US$19 billion. Here’s how we think they’re justifying the price tag.
Misery loves company, so it’s no surprise when a co-worker gleefully sends you a link to something so awful you despair for humanity. Which is how this little compilation of . . .
It’s been a couple days since Facebook launched Paper for iPhone into the US iTunes Store. I had a look around the web to see what was being said, and . . .
If you’re at all involved with advertising, marketing or any sort of collaborative creative process, you’ll be familiar with the experience: the over the shoulder opinion giver.
In the 5 years since Gorilla opened its doors, the only competition we ever entered was the Yogisip Keeps You Moving competition. We had no clients at the time, so . . .
We were recently asked to sponsor TEDxUmhlanga and it was a very easy request to grant. We love TED. The event is next week at Beluga in Gateway and we’re . . .
Facebook’s policy of not allowing their site functionality to be used as entry mechanics for contests has been dropped. Will this change have an impact on profiles and pages? . . .
Facebook users are seeing too much content in their Newsfeed. This is a problem because the stuff they want to see is lost amongst the stuff they don’t.