For some strange reason I've recently noticed more people subscribing to my Friendfeed, um, feed. I can't figure out why this should be. Let's look at Google Insights, which shows us how many searches are done for a search term and therefore gives an idea of interest around a particular subject: Hmmm, looks like it's … Continue reading Is Friendfeed starting to warm up?
One issue I keep coming across lately is how to save money using social media. This is a big topic, one that relates to so many others from measuring social media through to monetising it. But every little helps, as they say, and through the miracle of RSS you can make your content work harder … Continue reading Bookmark, tweet and blog at the same time with only two hands and one head
So this week I've been out and about, specifically to Measurement Camp and Tuttle Club. Camping it up Measurement Camp isn't actually a camp - that is, we don't sit around a fire singing songs nor do we wear feather boas - but it is a seriously useful event that I would urge people to … Continue reading Camping it up at Measurement Camp and Tuttling about at Tuttle Club
I've been asked more than once recently "How did you get into social media - because I want to." If you're a wannabe (see right), my topline answer would just be "Do it". I mean, it's all out there, most of it's free, accessible and ubiquitous by definition. But that would be rude. So, off … Continue reading So, you want to get into social media?
So, as one of my 'things to do' before I start at Fleishman Hillard*, I've been going through my RSS feeds in Google Reader. A very timely post about organising RSS feeds came along on the PNeo blog reminding that I needed to do this, and how I'd in fact planned to do it some … Continue reading Feed housekeeping yields interesting insights