Hiring companies are moving away from jobs boards and recruitment companies and moving towards social media as their dominant recruiting tool. Between current economic conditions, the evolution of the internet and dwindling HR budgets, the traditional approach of finding a candidate is becoming increasingly redundant. Suzanne Morrow at Dog Digital asks: are we counting down … [Read more…]
People who spend the most hours on Facebook are the most likely to be “defriended” on the social networking site, according to new research.
Digital Ethnic marketing firm Indoor Media has been acquired by Komli Media, Asia Pacific’s leading digital media network platform.
Facebook has unveiled several new features on its social network, including one that makes it easier for its 500 million members to separate online friendships into groups and another that lets them archive personal information posted on the website.
As demand grows for high-speed web connections on the move, just what is the future of mobile broadband? Julia Kukiewicz, editor of Choose.net, examines if external broadband routers (otherwise known as Mi-fi) really do offer value for money to consumers.
A social media campaign being run by Code Computerlove on behalf of domestic violence charity Refuge and Avon, the company for women, gained a massive boost after a number of high profile celebrities tweeted their support.
Rumours are circulating the web surrounding Facebook’s latest venture, following the announcement of an invite-only event being hosted by the social network, taking place later today in California.
Third-party influencers – from friends, retailers and experts to reviewers and bloggers – have an increasingly important role to play in consumer behaviour and purchasing decisions. With so many conversations taking place online, the digital space offers the perfect opportunity to tap into or harness the power of those interactions and influence the influencers. Ed … [Read more…]
Facebook is trying to work out a deal to integrate Skype’s Internet phone service into the social network’s site, according to reports.
With the rise of ‘event TV’ like X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing and sporting events, more and more Brits are using social networks and instant messaging to chat to friends as the events unfold.