I’ve spent ages trying to think of a witty pun, or a supremely cool cultural reference to use in the intro to this post, but, in the end, nothing sat right. So instead I’ll just come out with it…I’ve got a new job! Continue reading Moving on
I asked…and they delivered – here’s a dozen golden nuggets to help you the most out of LinkedIn, crowd sourced from some of my connections! Continue reading 12 crowd-sourced tips for getting the most out of LinkedIn
Happy New Year everyone – how is 2017 treating you so far?
I had every intention of making this first post of the year a list of New Year’s resolutions – like I did 12 months ago – but, after sitting down to write them, well… Continue reading Live videos? Meh…some social media predictions for 2017
So, here we are, the end of another year – where did the time go?
Back in January I blogged my list of New Year’s resolutions. Now, because I’m a bit of a nerd and to highlight the importance of evaluation, I wanted to report back on how I’ve done. Continue reading New Year’s resolutions 2016…how did I get on?
I’m not normally one of those people who gets excited about the John Lewis Christmas advert – to be honest, I’ve thought all of the previous ones were overly sentimental boring pieces of contrived crap, floating along with an equally awful soundtrack. However, that’s not the case for this year’s effort.
In fact, I would go as far as saying that this year’s John Lewis ad is nigh-on perfect fodder for 2016. Continue reading The new John Lewis Christmas advert is exactly what 2016 needs
Hello, my name’s Dave and, like many of you reading this, I’m a campus pornaholic.
How’s that for an awkward opening sentence? Continue reading We’re all at it – why there’s no need to make campus porn your dirty little secret
Calling higher education social media managers – bookmark this Thursday, 15 September, right now! Why? Because something wonderful is coming, something we’ve wanted for ages…LinkedIn is finally merging University and Company Pages! Continue reading And now, the moment we’ve all been waiting for…LinkedIn is updating University Pages!
I’ve said this already in a previous post, when we look back at the defining characteristics of the social media landscape in 2016 the word ‘algorithm’ is highly likely to feature. Continue reading Just for fun: Comparing Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn’s algorithms to celebrities
2016 is going to be remembered for plenty of things. So far it’s been the year that has proved the mortality of celebrities, a vintage year in the world of heavy rock music and, in social media spheres, a year of changes. Continue reading Goodbye to all .@ – why I really like the sound of Twitter’s proposed changes
So Instagram has a new logo. You’ve probably heard about it. There’s a good chance that, like me, you really don’t like it – I hear you, it looks rubbish. However, a new logo that I don’t like is something I can live with, it’s what’s over the horizon that – as a solid Instagram evangelist and advocate – I’m most worried about. Continue reading The terrible new logo is here, but what else might be next for Instagram?