So you have a raft of beautiful photos that you want on your website. But oh no! They’re all 5mb+. Now I have to manually go through 179 photos and optimise them for web. Or do I?
Using Klout (I know, I know) it appears that a lot of ‘influencer’ engagement for MFBR happens on Facebook. Facebook is a bit more difficult to manage systematically in my situation so I’ve decided to automate some of the posts - making it look more active, popping up in our followers’ timelines and dropping a few calls-to-action encouraging people to interact.
Naturally, I didn’t want to use any old software so I’ve done some investigation - and the winner is: Buffer App.
Real-time Social is a bit of a buzz at the moment. People are expecting more and more brands to engage after the standard office hours. I’ve been guilty of this and then terribly confused when I had a Twitter reply two days later not even remembering the question I asked (which happened initially to be at around 10:05pm). Larger companies, I can understand, may have the resources for this - but can the little guys keep up?
Müller’s new TV spot, featuring a ridiculous ‘dancing’ bear (that looks as though it’s going through the onset of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva) singing along to Vanilla Ice’s Ice Ice Baby is quite possibly one of the strangest adverts I’ve ever seen.
The Galaxy S2 served me well, but it had grown bored of my fingertips, my voice whined into its microphone - a far cry from the soft-purr through the mufflers a new found companionship filters you with all those many many months ago (bloody contracts). And so, never one to let a bargain go, I impulsively purchased the Google (LG) Nexus 4. Impulsively; as I was neither prepared or ready for such newfangled technology.