YouTube videos for business – 5 Top Tips

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Here are five quick tips to help get your business videos video liked and shared on YouTube etc.. Here’s a great video which encapsulates the tips I’m going to outline. There is no way you can predict “viral” but this video had four key elements going for it. The video was high quality – the […]

Should you switch to a new.UK domain?

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Nominet, the people who control UK internet domains, plan to launch a new shorter “.UK” domain extension. The new shorter extension will read as “example.uk” as an alternative to the existing “CO.UK” extension. So should you grab yours? It’s still early days but here’s the information you need. When do .UK domains launch? Nominet have […]

Don’t fake it – you’ll get caught

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Reading a recent story about how researchers broke into a normally secure firm, I was reminded of the dangers of faking it online. The researchers created a fictitious, attractive, female persona and got access to secure areas of a normally security conscious company with a little hacking. Want another example that doesn’t involve hacking? In April, […]

Google Reader? Use Hootsuite instead

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If you’re like me you’ve probably tried a few alternatives to Google Reader, now it’s gone*. Here’s a method for using Hootsuite (free for up to 5 social media properties) which lets you discover great content and share it right within the same web page. I put together some simple instructions in a Prezi. When […]

Happy July 4th – Cats Eyes are being removed

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Don’t assume the rest of the world is the same as you July the 4th 2013 contained two quite different reminders of how different we English speakers can be. First, I was wished a Happy 4th of July by a lot of companies. A ridiculous amount, given I’m English and don’t celebrate anyone’s independence on […]

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