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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’

If Twitter were a boyfriend…

‘It’s a Rap’ Norah, @talentcoop, looked around the room, her eyebrows in the air. ‘That’s what we say, isn’t it?’  It is and it was. And thus it ever shall be so. That’s the way films are made. Pop goes the weasel! It sounds like I have written this before. And I had a mere two weeks ago. It goes […]

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#TwitterXmasSingle

– by Jillian Yes, I was there too. I was one of the 140 people who turned up to the Westin Hotel on a sunny Sunday afternoon to help record The Winter Song for charity. The brainchild of #brendadrumm, a single tweet six days previously had galvanised a motley crew into creating a single in a week. Many of us […]

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#thewomanontheleft

If you observe carefully paintings and idols of Deities inIndia, female idols are always on left hand side of the male idol. You can also observe in temples that woman deity is placed on left had side of the male deity. Apparently this is all down to the left and right hand side of the brain, the right being perceived […]

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Learning about Social Media

Jillian was asked to speak at two Kildare #SMECommunity meetings last month and joined a very interesting group of people. Alison and Tara of Aliara Ltd were the hosts and joining Jillian on the podium were Wendy from My Chef at Home, Jim from Glic-IT and Matt from Halo Café. The topic to speak to was social media, and in […]

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So who is this Mark Davidson guy?

Last week, we came across some very funny retweets: supposedly, someone had hijacked the Twitter account of social marketing specialist Mark Davidson. The impostor was one of his Twitter ghost writers, who (the story went) had just been fired by Davidson. And, guess what, he had forgotten to change his password so the disgruntled ex-employee was having a field day, […]

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Technology and the Riots

Following the riots in Britain, many media commentators have pointed to technology and social media as not only mere tools used by rioters but even the ‘cause’ of the trouble. According to The Telegraph, technology ‘fuelled’ the riots and was used to ‘incite’ and film the violence. The Economist called them ‘The Blackberry riots’. You Tube, Facebook, Twitter, Blackberry. They […]

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Impersonators, Twitter and is that Steve Jobs?

Across the Irish channel, Tory MP Peter Bone is asking micro-blogging site Twitter to identify fake accounts set up by impersonators pretending to be celebrities. Mr Bone has his own personal reasons to ask for the introduction of Twitter-purity measures, as a ‘Ms Bone’ is quickly gathering followers on Twitter by posing as the MP’s wife. The MP has famously […]

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Top reasons we ‘unlike’ brands

Many marketing gurus might recommend keeping an up to date Facebook profile and posting frequently is best practice to engage with your potential clients and fans. But posting too much could easily backfire – especially if the content posted is pure self-promotion and of no real use to fans and followers. According to ‘The Social Break-Up’, a report by social […]

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Don’t drink and tweet

It is simple PR and common sense: if you drink, stay away from social media. It might seem obvious now but it is oh not so evident after a couple of drinks on a Saturday night. So, to save you from your worst enemy – not Facebook or Twitter but yourself! – web security company Webroot Software has launched a […]

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