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Tag Archives: Facebook
By Alexei Lee | Published: August 29, 2013
Facebook yesterday announced a change to their Promotion Guidelines, which dictate how brands and businesses can run promotions on the platform. Until this week it was only possible to run a competition by hosting it through a third party app (which usually installed a tab on your brand page). ‘Like and share’ type mechanics were […]
By Alexei Lee | Published: June 12, 2013
After helping to launch and grow the UK Twitter profile in 2012, we were really pleased that Icon Films invited us back earlier this year to advise on their imminent Facebook page launch. The show already had an established US page run by Animal Planet, so with the popularity of River Monsters expanding out across […]
By Alexei Lee | Published: September 11, 2012
Many assume that once a Facebook Page post gets published to the Timeline it will reach all Page fans. But this is simply not true - Facebook have control over how many and which fans will see each of your posts.
By Alexei Lee | Published: April 21, 2011
In the world of Social Twitter is no spring chicken, but it certainly has a way to go before it matches Facebook on subscribers, ad revenue or turnover.
By Alexei Lee | Published: November 25, 2010
Facebook have announced new user & developer features that have implications for mobile & web integration, as well as influencing the way we use the service.
By Alexei Lee | Published: April 20, 2010
The ill-informed decision by Blackthorn to move towards a more alcopop favouring pallete sparked a raucus response. Local cider enthusiasts were quick to set up Facebook groups and motivate the West Country masses to revolt against this despicable new taste.