Twitter Changes Its Profile Design (Again)

This evening I jumped onto Twitter on my laptop and got this: If you are reading this in the future, this is what the old Twitter version looked like. It’s almost responsive, in that the “Who To Follow” right-hand column disappears at a reduced window screen. With a sneaky nod to Instagram, a greater emphasis has been placed on Photos and Videos, which have a newly dedicated tab. There’s also a new “tweets and replies” filter, where you can see only...
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Should small businesses outsource their social media?

Thinking of outsourcing your social media? Please read this first. People in the digital marketing world have been debating back and forth over the last couple of years whether outsourcing SM is acceptable – but I find a strange lack of online information discussing the small business in particular. So here we go. Firstly, it is notable that there is a difference between Social Media Consulting and Social Media Outsourcing. SM Consulting Consulting is when someone like myself comes into your business and...
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Issues with the Site

Couple of problems I’ve been looking at today with regards this site. Firstly, Chrome on Mac OS X seems to hate Typekit (particularly with HTML5). I’m not the only one with this – see a related discussion. Which is unfortunate because it seems there is very little one can do but wait for Typekit to get its ass into gear. I’ve tweeted them about it regardless. The second problem is I have an unusually wide page – and I have...
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