In an apparent attempt to corner yet more of the mobile market, Facebook has rolled out new functionality that will allow Android users to use its messaging service without signing up for an account. The Messenger Android app will now allow smartphone users to utilise the Facebook service by submitting a name and phone number.
According to Mashable.com, rumours abound that Instagram and Twitter are at each other’s throats over issues encountered by users who try to share images using the micro-blogging platform. Instagram, who were bought by Facebook for the princely sum of $1 billion earlier this year, reportedly disabled key functionality that allowed users to share their images
Calling all entrepreneurs! Our very own founder and managing director Katie has contributed to an article on creative business site The OnRamp. When asked how she fought through the fear that entrepreneurs can feel during the infancy of a business, she cast her mind back to the founding of her digital marketing services company and
Today, Tom looks at what you can, and can not say, on social media: If you’ve read Paul’s recent blog post concerning Chris Brown’s Twitter PR disaster and subsequent departure from the platform, you’ll be aware that what you say online can have a real impact on your reputation. That might sound obvious –
Chris Brown Leaves Twitter This weekend’s Twitter furor involving Chris Brown and his misogynistic tirade towards a comedian who instigated an online slapping fight, has seen further petrol added to the fire which so, so many want to burn Brown on. As a result, the “foul-fingertipped” musician has deleted his account, leaving his fans attacking