10 February 2012

Gumtree forum introduction

26 June 2011

Twitter has changed

Many people have decided to use Amplify instead. It seems micro managing is changing, what with the drag and drop, moving us into the future tactility of IPads, Microsoft Tablets and the welcoming home of the breeze block mobile phone. Perhaps some of us hope we will move back into the age of baby boomers, Maggie Thatcher and Miners strikes. None of these things will increase the synnergy provided by microsite Twitter. Twitter is free from adds and has moved into the wonderful world of hashtags. In this post I wil say a few interesting things worth noticing.

Firstly I would like to highlight the good old Google. Google has a new share system called +1 many of you have already noticed it and added it to your arsenal of tools on your blog. Within days people were moaning. I noticed that in the settings of Google profile you should allow the plus button if you wish it to take effect. The key thing to note with anything Google or Twitter on the micro-level is that it shows up in your search bar, and anyone else within your network. Nothing new to Facebook fans, but I thought it worth mentioning.

Another thing worth mentioning before we move into the Twitter parody is bookmarks. Like Twitter, the old faithful have moved elsewhere. Depending on your business you will want to start spending a bit of time finding valuable sources of information within the bookmarks, some of you will know what I am talking about and others will tell you another story, after-all it can take a while before we actually build up a bit of a memento with any of these things. Take Reddit for example, its neat its tidy there is a reward for every year you occasionally bookmark something, and the chances of your post being deleted from your stream are very slim. Then you have good old faithful BibSonomy, that academics choice for bookmarking data. One of my blogs on Robots had a whole heap of valid back-links thanks to Bitsonomy. But I think we all know where the corporate really want to be noticed.

A few months ago here on British Twitter News I am quite sure we mentioned Sphinn. Spin was a bookmark for your blog that appeared to be very popular, about a month after this a one called Sugar came to play, well now there is a Green circular icon shaped bookmark that if you can find it will serve you well and like the Google API you will be able it to your list of options for people to bookmark. The Yahoo sharing news seems to have fizzled out along with the fears of people using Delicious due to yahoo buying them out. This was ok and everything is ok and I do not think now you need to migrate any back-links, but hey who needs old back-links when you have a heap of RSS feeds to revive.

Anyone on Empire Avenue yet, if not I can send you an invite leave me a message below and I will send you my handle I have some Eaves to invest in your company ok. News in from Britain this week is from an event in Marble Arch. Chris Cardell was back in the country and he had some special guests at the show. This included Paul McKenna the famous author and TV hypnotist, and also Ruby Wax .

Ok so here is this weeks strategy, login to youor Twitter account and turn of some of the noise in your stream. If you have account but do not follow back and engaging and getting correspondence with what you are talking about then all this might seem like rubbish. However if you are like most and following the Klout or Peer Index method in pursuit of improving your ROI then leaving on the ones that fit your profile you should gain some weight. It seems if you share video's in your stream, music and popular images of yourself or other famous people then you will earn points, continuity is key with any of these things. Remember by looking into your profile description or joining something like We Follow you will find out more about yourself or your Twitter handle. By following these given tags you can find the leaders in your market. Making contact with these people is good but remember if you are doing anything innovative it is going to be sucked up into the void of your chosen niche. The good thing is because you are close to the right intel you can change as well. Everybody knows that what worked last year did not work today, the same thing happened last year. We are seeing a more protective shift in personal property.

To be honest spending time typing is becoming wasted, images and cartoons are taking over as the reality of the internet shifts. Were seeing a lack of interest in individuals yet the length of old words, books and quotes are on the rise. Think about it for a minute how many films do you watch today and retain any of the characters, who they are and what they do. We are seeing fashion get effected, and social media has recruited a load of new people with innovative ideas and investments. The thing is with Twitter is the synergy and the previous investments that keep the spirit alive. Have fun Tweeting.


5 May 2011

Android Tips and Twitter News

In this post a couple of relevant Android links are included to help people in Britain not just with your applications like the Twitter application many people use but also an update on energy saving advice for the mobile home around the home.

The final link is about improving your social media, adding Twitter to your websites and new ways of characterising Twitter. One example this week that has reached the news was about athletes and how they give updates on various things.

Finally last week news revealed the ability to block uploads in certain locations at important events like weddings in churches in London. Leave your comments below to any relevant updates or even send me your Twitter handle and or you can add me on Twitter here @BritishTwitNews
  • /how-to-turn-your-computer-into-the-ultimate-remote-access-media-server
  • #homeserver If you're out of the house a lot but still want access to files on your home computer, one of the best ways to solve that problem involves setting up your computer as a remotely accessible home media server. Here's a look at how to not only access your files (and control your computer) remotely, but also share files with others, stream music and video, access your photo library, and a whole lot more.
  • /android-injector-installs-non%20market-apps-on-your-phone-even-if-it-doesnt-allow-it
  • #downloads Windows and Android: While most Android phones will let you install apps from places other than the Android Market, some phones (like those on ATT) don't. With Android Injector, though, you can install those apps right from your computer, no rooting required.
  • /name-you-need-to-know-equidity/
  • Less than two years ago, Mona DeFrawi sold her company InsideVenture to SecondMarket in an undisclosed stock transaction. Her company matched investors with fast-growing, albeit relatively obscure private companies, many without the star power of Facebook or GroupOn. SecondMarket touted the acquisition at the time, but even talk of a road show could not mask the purely competitive play.
  • /the-dots-need-connecting/
  • Social media is grand, and yes, it's proving to be valuable for customer service in some scenarios. But it's exposing a big disconnect: the companies embracing using things like Twitter or blogs aren't necessarily taking those principles and applying them to their more traditional ideas of customer service and the operations that support it.

21 February 2011

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