What’s Next for Facebook?

September 14th, 2012|In the News|

Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of the biggest social network in the world, has finally broken his silence and spoken about the IPO for the first time. On Tuesday he addressed attendees at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco in a Q&A session. Casually dressed and at ease in front of an audience of tech bloggers and journalists, Zuckerberg [...]

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[Update] Is the end nigh for Facebook?

June 8th, 2012|Social Media Marketing|

Since the botched IPO of Facebook when investors saw their Facebook stock price plummet, there has been a lot of talk about whether this marks the end for Facebook. They've made a lot of changes recently which are proving very unpopular with Facebook users - individuals and brands alike. Timeline is one update which has [...]

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Weekly News – 26th May

May 26th, 2012|In the News, Online Marketing, Social Media Marketing|

The Farcebook fiasco has been dominating headlines over the past week - at the moment the stock price stands at 33.03 which is up 1.03‎ (3.22%‎) which shows an improvement over the drastic plummet we saw following the IPO. As more and more information seeps to the surface, the consequences for Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, and [...]

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Facebook – FacePalm? #FaceFail? Facing a law suit?

May 24th, 2012|In the News|

Remember all those news stories that were dominating the tech blog headlines in the past few weeks? Remember the multitute of articles that oh-so-clearly spelled out the reasons we shouldn't be investing in Facebook stock in the IPO? They really couldn't have been any more direct and straight-forward in their reasoning, and yet, we're still [...]

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Europe Vs Facebook

May 20th, 2012|In the News|

While the hot news this week is all about the Facebook IPO - with every tech news outlet on the planet debating the issue of 'to buy or not to buy' (with the majority ruling that you shouldn't buy, but probably will) on this side of the pond a group of Austrian activists may be [...]

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News from this Week: 12th May

May 12th, 2012|In the News|

Here's what you may have missed in the world of social media, SEO and general internet goodies. A novel use for Twitter: live-tweeting brain surgery. A hospital in America reached over 14.5 million people when they updated a liv twitter-feed whilst removing a tumour from a patients brain. [warning: graphic] This is isn't for the [...]

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News Round Up

April 28th, 2012|In the News|

It's been a Facebook and Google heavy week for social media and tech news. Women's rights group Ultraviolet lashed out at Facebook over the complete lack of female board members; the Facebook userbase is 58% female, and yet they're not represented on the board. Facebook announced on Monday that they have hit the 901 million [...]

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Facestagram: $1 billion for a bunch of filters?

April 10th, 2012|In the News, Social Media Marketing|

If you heard a loud bang yesterday, it was probably the sound of the Internet exploding as the news of Facebook's most recent purchase reached the tech community. Twitter was awash with comments, and every tech news source - from Mashable to GigaOm - was clamouring to document their take on Facebook dropping  $1 billion [...]

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Weekly News Round-Up

February 4th, 2012|In the News|

It’s been a busy week, so here’s what you may have missed in the SMM and SEM news... Happy Birthday Facebook! The social network is 8 today; can anyone even remember life before Facebook? They celebrated by filing for an IPO, which could raise them over $10 billion. A new app launched which reveals your [...]

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