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Tag Archives: social media
Research by Amazon’s Zappos says Pinterest Doesn’t Generate A Lot Of Sales Twitter beats both Pinterest a Facebook even although shoppers are 13 times likelier to share an item they bought with friends on Pinterest than on Twitter, and 8 times likelier than on Facebook. So says Zappos Labs, the research arm of the Zappos online apparel site. They have … Continue reading →
Google+ activity seems to top the list! Although, as the testers admit, the results have no real statistical significance and as such can’t be taken as definitive, they are indicative of what social media platforms just might be worthy of more attention. It’s not surprising that Google+ tops the list of sites which seemed to drive the most SEO value … Continue reading →
Keep up-to-date with Social Media A digest of Twitter posts all about Social Media and related issues in both Scotland and the Uk. Hope there is something for everyone in there somewhere but if not just give us a call on 01506 517037 or fill in the wee form above and we can probably help you find out how best … Continue reading →
Google will penalize if you over-optimize! During a recent SXSW panel Google’s Matt Cutts announced that Google has been working on a new penalty that targets over-optimized or overly SEO’ed content. It will penalize sites that optimize for search engine ranking rather than specifically for relevance to entered search terms. Or put another way; not focused on ‘customer satisfaction’. He confirmed that … Continue reading →
Facebook business page timeline goes live! As suggested in earlier post regarding new Facebook timeline for personal profiles, and perhaps a bit sooner than expected, Facebook has launched it timeline for business pages. It follows along similar lines as your personal timeline with emphasis being given more to images (they are now shown larger in your status updates). The new … Continue reading →
Facebook’s new look timeline Facebook’s new timeline is being phased in worldwide and will become the standard view from the 18 January 2012. The new Facebook Timeline will eventually go live for everyone on Facebook on the above date whether or not the user has taken the time to set it up, check it out, organise, clean it up or … Continue reading →