At the 2014 Mobile World Congress held in Barcelona, a new trend emerged that will change both the mobile and content marketing landscapes.
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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.
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 . . .
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.
Monday morning started like all Monday’s do. With an unexpected piece of news that drastically alters the plans you have in place for the week. The culprit this Monday? The . . .
Facebook yesterday unveiled their new newsfeed, comparing it to a personalised newspaper. Before you read anything else, if you want to sign up to be among the first to use . . .
Facebook is launching what Mark Zuckerberg refers to as the Third Pillar, after Newsfeed and Timeline: Graph Search. What does this mean for Facebook’s users?
January is a time for speculation about the year ahead, fuelled by retrospective musings about the last 12 months. We want to share a few of our own thoughts