This is a guest blog written by Shirsh Agarwal. Shirsh is a digital marketing enthusiast, with a proactive attitude towards the ever-changing world of technology. With just over 3 months experience, he has developed off-page SEO and enhanced social media skills. Shirsh graduated from the University of Sussex with a 2:1 in MSc International Marketing,..

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This is a response to Samantha Brick’s infamous Daily Mail article ‘There are downsides to looking this pretty’: Why women hate me for being beautiful, which created a complete social media storm.  Dear Samantha, I was so glad to read your article in the Daily Mail; it made me realise that there are other painfully..

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Social media platforms, what they really do!   Facebook – making boring people seem interesting since 2004 Twitter – making celebrities seem boring since 2008 Pinterest – making everyone an interior designer/gourmet chef since 2010 Instagram – making everyone a professional photographer since 2010 LinkedIn – making unprofessionals look professional since 2003 Youtube – making..

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So someone has tweeted you using @[your username] and you want to find the tweet, but it may have been a while ago. Here are the methods you can try to find it. 1. On the top left of your Twitter screen you will see ‘Home, Connect, Discover’. Click connect. This is a list of..

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Dealing with complaints over social media

It’s a fact of modern life; people use social media to complain and leave negative comments. This represents a challenging time for businesses because such complaints are made in the public domain and could be brand damaging. For some businesses, these issues can be too much to deal with and they end up deleting their accounts…

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Favouriting is a really important feature of Twitter. It’s really simple to do, you just have to click the start at the bottom of any tweet you see. If someone has favourited your tweet you’ll have received a notification that looks like this: [NOVEMBER 2015 UPDATE: Twitter’s ‘favourites’ are now known as ‘likes’ – everything..

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We all want Facebook likes. What we’d love even more is to organically grow our Facebook page through great quality content that everyone shares and comments on. We’d have millions of loyal fans awaiting every single post we created, many of whom would go and buy things from our site and in store.   Unfortunately,..

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