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Twitter Turns 7!! #Twitter7 Birthday Special!

Happy Birthday, Twitter! On its blog this morning, the Twitter team thanked its 200 million strong userbase, saying: It’s thanks to all of you that our open, real-time platform is thriving: we have well over 200 million active users creating over 400 million Tweets each day. As we’ve grown, Twitter has become a true global … Continue reading “Twitter Turns 7!! #Twitter7 Birthday Special!”

Pinterest Introduces Analytics!

Last week, Pinterest began rolling out – not only their streamlined new look – but their tracking tool Pinterest Web Analytics. Already a great marketing tool, Pinterest now allows brands to track their progress by: identifying their most popular content with metrics including “most repinned” and “most clicked” tracking which dates and times are popular … Continue reading “Pinterest Introduces Analytics!”

New first stop for hacked site recovery via Official Google Webmaster Central Blog:

How to avoid ever needing Help for hacked sites: Just as you focus on making a site that’s good for users and search-engine friendly, keeping your site secure — for you and your visitors — is also paramount. When site owners fail to keep their site secure, hackers may exploit the vulnerability. If a hacker … Continue reading “New first stop for hacked site recovery via Official Google Webmaster Central Blog:”

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Pinterest – the social climber of social media platforms.

I’m Sue Sutcliffe, the web coach, and today, I want to introduce you to Pinterest – the social climber of social media platforms. Pinterest is a virtual bulletin or “pin” board, allowing the online collection, curation and sharing of images.  You can: Categorize pinboards and create themes. Play with the colour scheme for your home … Continue reading “Pinterest – the social climber of social media platforms.”