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The Social Media ‘Flipout’ – Is It Becoming A Regular Occurrence in Digital Life?

on June 25, 2013 | Social Media | Comments (2)
The Social Media 'Flipout' - Is It Becoming A Regular Occurrence in Digital Life?

When I created this blog in early 2010, the social media industry wasn’t as hyped up as it is today. In 2010 (in Australia) the industry was slowly building momentum. Many of us had Facebook accounts, but other social networks like Twitter and LinkedIn were still in their major growth periods. Over my 3 years […]

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Google Plus traffic down

on July 28, 2011 | Google + Google Plus | Comments (1)
Google Plus traffic down

There have been several reports across the internet that the Google Plus social network has been dropping in traffic numbers. Experian Hitwise data reports a 3% drop in traffic for average daily visitor numbers. Whilst the site is still in beta mode, basically everyone can signup now if you get any invite from soneone already […]

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Social Media Press Release Service Launched

on March 25, 2011 | Social Media | Comments (0)
Social Media Press Release Service Launched

Hello All, I would like to make you aware of a new service here at SocialMediaNews.com.au We have launched a Press Release Service whereby you can submit your media releases to us for publishing on the website. This is a great way to get your product, application, brand or website some extra attention in-front of […]

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Social Media Jobs Australia Launched

Social Media Jobs Australia Launched

Hello All, Quick update to let you know we have created a jobs section on the site for Social Media Jobs and related disciplines. We will cover all areas of Social Media/ Digital/ Marketing/ Management jobs etc, such as: – Social Media Consultants – Producers – Marketing/ PR – Internships – Executive/ Management – Other […]

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ACCC suggests product recalls via Social Media

ACCC suggests product recalls via Social Media

These-days large companies are finding all news sorts of ways to interact and communicate with their customer base. The Australia Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has said 60-70% of Australians now have internet access and issuing product recalls via social media sites such as Twitter, blogs and forums is a good way to reach another […]

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