Back in December 2011, video sharing giant Youtube underwent the biggest website redesign in its history as it introduced the concept of ‘Channels’, making it easier for users to subscribe to and watch content that interests them. Alongside this, the redesign was also used as an opportunity to align the site more closely to the..

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Back in September, you may have heard that the once-undisputed king of social media, Myspace, was preparing to come back bigger and better than ever. You may have even seen this preview video, of what can only be described as a very sleek and stylish social media site. When this video was first released, there..

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This is a short Twitter guide that I wrote for a fantastic magazine created by Carrie Green, founder of the Female Entrepreneur Association. The magazine is entitled ‘This Girl Means Business’ and can be found here. It’s definitely worth a read!   Five things to try on Twitter this month Click on the picture to..

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  I was going about my daily business, meeting the odd client and shooting the breeze about all things social media when I got wind of the most unusual social media strategy I’ve yet come across. Apparently, if you haven’t the time to spread your activity out across the week, stick to doing it two..

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Email productivity remains a major issue for most of us and as we speak you may have hundreds of emails sat in your inbox. Do you find yourself pondering over which emails to respond to first or spending 5 minutes trying to find one someone sent you last week? Unless you’re lucky enough to have..

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The original article was in the Birmingham Mail and was written by Jonny Greatrex – it can be found here. FITNESS mad Paul Cole is taking a well-earned rest after completing a bumper year of fundraising exploits. The 60-year-old, from Harborne, completed two marathons, three half marathons and skydived from 10,000ft in a bid to..

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  Most businesses want as many followers, likes and fans as possible on each and every platform they’re on. It’s completely understandable given the logical argument that the more networks you have your audience on, the more of your content they’ll see. Whilst this might not necessarily be true, getting existing fans on one platform..

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I have seen a lot of  ‘a quick update’ messages on LinkedIn, as I’m sure you have too. The other day I received an interesting, clear and succinct update message, which I thought I would share to act as a great example of one. It perfectly captures the whole point of LinkedIn – to introduce..

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  Social media and review sites put brands under increasing scrutiny. There are certain types of sectors that are particularly exposed such as utilities companies, estate agents and any business where there’s likely to be some disagreement or conflict between parties. Car hires are such businesses. Here’s a quick story to demonstrate.   Andy Bull..

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