Hot off the press is discussion around the newly established FB reporting for people facing the side-effects of cyber-bullying. Its a little early to tell but I think its worth watching this space.
I’m working with a new client that has recently engaged WebTragics to work with her extended base of Facebook followers. Her current Facebook fan base is very healthy mostly there because they have ‘liked’ the company. This is an excellent starting … Continue reading
Lets face it education has evolved into an incredible beast – one that is difficult to comprehend if you chose a while ago to ignore the sleeping behemoth lying in the corner of your subconscious. I began wondering about the … Continue reading
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Interesting reading today on the Mercury’s website (yep I refuse to buy the paper!)….if you didn’t hear the news, a chap by the name of Paul Barker has pleaded with Police to set-up a Facebook page that can aid in … Continue reading
I’m working with a new client that is excited to work with her extended base Facebook followers. It’s these followers that can give for a very powerful test group – hence the reason for today’s blog post. After jumping into … Continue reading
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