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Beyond Blue enjoys Social Media Success

on August 23, 2012 | Australia | Comments (0)
Beyond Blue enjoys Social Media Success

Beyond Blue is a national and independent not for profit organisation working to help people with Depression, Anxiety and related illnesses around Australia. Recently, Beyond Blue undertook a social media campaign aimed to increase awareness for Beyond Blue and mental health in general. They also wanted to promote to people there is an avenue to contact when in […]

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Running a Facebook Competition

on February 17, 2012 | Facebook | Comments (7)
Running a Facebook Competition

So you have a Facebook page but not much is happening? Not getting many new fans? No-one commenting on your updates? Join the club! One of the best ways to get more Likes on Facebook is to run a competition. Give your readers a reason to Like you! Facebook has pretty strict terms and conditions […]

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Twitter Picture upload Feature released

on August 10, 2011 | Twitter | Comments (0)
Twitter Picture upload Feature released

Twitter has released a new feature to their site that allows users to upload pictures and photos directly to Twitter, which are then attached to a status update. The service is actually hosted by Photobucket, and no doubt there is an interesting commercial arrangement behind the deal, but no details have been disclosed yet. Twitter […]

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60 seconds on the Web

60 seconds on the Web

Here are some great statistics put together by www.go-globe.com (Web Design company). Every 60 seconds on the web this is happening (in regards to social media): – 320+ new Twitter accounts created – 98,000+ Tweets – 100 new LinkedIn accounts created – 1 new Article published by Associated Content (Yahoo owned company) – 6,600+ new […]

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Best SEO iPhone Applications

on June 22, 2011 | iPad iPhone SEO | Comments (1)
Best SEO iPhone Applications

I have been looking around at the best iPhone (and iPad) Search Engine Optimisation applications. In the world of SEO we are always looking for new unique tips to improve our search engine rankings and it seems SEO professionals are happy to give our their advice in free iPhone apps. I have been going through […]

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Apple App Store hits 500,000 Applications

on May 27, 2011 | Apple iPad iPhone iPod | Comments (0)
Apple App Store hits 500,000 Applications

There are several reports floating around that the Apple iOS App Store has now approved over 500,000 Applications for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. This is a great milestone by Apple but I am going to come forward and say the quality of applications does seem to be degrading. Now when sifting through the […]

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Google Periodic Table of APIs

on January 27, 2011 | Google | Comments (1)
Google Periodic Table of APIs

Google is now probably the largest internet company in the world. With this comes a huge amount of data and wide range of Google service APIs – allowing developers all around the world to build applications and services using Google’s platforms. Trying to understand how they all interrelate, and just finding out the total number […]

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StumbleUpon Launches iPhone and Android Applications

StumbleUpon Launches iPhone and Android Applications

StumbleUpon has launched iPhone and Android Applications so users are now able to ‘stumble’ content for them mobile devices. The application lets you: – Easily explore pages in your favorite topics and on top sites (Flickr, YouTube, Photos, News). – The pages you bookmark from your phone are automatically synced with your StumbleUpon account on […]

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AppStore hits 250,000 applications

on September 1, 2010 | Apple | Comments (0)
AppStore hits 250,000 applications

It has been a little over 2 years since Apple launched the AppStore. The store now has over 250,000 applications from around 50,000 developers. Books and Games are the 2 most popular categories, with about 30% market share combined. Around 30% of the apps are free, 70% are paid-for applications. In comparison, the Android Marketplace […]

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Cost of mobile apps? Apple, Android, BlackBerry, Windows, Nokia, Palm

Cost of mobile apps? Apple, Android, BlackBerry, Windows, Nokia, Palm

Its interesting to look at all the mobile smartphone Application stores and see the percentage of paid apps to free apps. A recent report by Distimo has found that more than half of all paid applications are about $2 of less. BlackBerry is however the exception as they do not allow application less than $2.99. […]

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