Posted by pascal at 2:30 pm
Posted by pascal at 12:49 pm
Latest post over on our SocialSafe blog explains the less than ideal default privacy settings for Facebook Places. Unethical? Maybe.
If you are looking for a Facebook back up tool and searchable diary, SocialSafe is for you.
Posted by pascal at 12:28 pm
If you’re looking to raise any money be sure to check it out.
*Okay I may have made that last word up .. could could you tweet it? If we get 10,000 mentions it can go in the dictionary
Posted by pascal at 12:32 pm
Posted by pascal at 12:07 pm
Julian was asked to guest post over at Social Small Biz about the power of blogging especially for new start ups. He hones in on regular, honest and relevant content, promoting your content and encouraging all of your team to get involved. It’s not always easy but is certainly what we should all be aiming for!
Posted by pascal at 3:05 pm
Julian discusses the need for transparency and standardisation of privacy settings for all services that we trust with our personal information. Full Techcrunch article here.
Posted by pascal at 2:52 pm
Monetising social media is something often frowned upon in the industry. Many people will tell you it’s about adding value – I couldn’t agree more, but for charities in an ideal world you’d be able to achieve both … Read more at Want&Blog and if you’re looking for a charity fundraising service ideally suited to social media be sure to check out Raffle.it.
Posted by pascal at 3:11 pm
I got caught on the phone the other day by Krystena Petrakas, a BusinessWings.co.uk journalist. She wanted to know about some of my experiences getting Raffle.it going .. Yes it was a little painful .. the interview especially ;)
Posted by pascal at 3:46 pm
Raffle.it is a highly innovative approach to charity fund raising using the web and can make a real difference to the causes involved. It’s a win-win situation for everyone as donators can also get awarded amazing prizes! – Jamie (one of Raffle.it’s winners)
Posted by pascal at 2:24 pm
We are currently looking for a Graduate Flex/ActionScript Developer to help develop and maintain new and existing projects. Needs to able to use a number of different technologies including W3C Standards, XML, OO Design. Training in other technical skills will be available.
Update: Position now filled.