Tag Archives: Facebook

since when did clicking ‘like’ become the price of beginning a conversation?

I got a press release from Lemsip’s digital agency the other day, rather belatedly letting me know about their ‘It’s a Man’s Flu’ facebook campaign.  I dutifully headed over there to have a look…but you couldn’t have a play with it unless [...]
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How *not* to do social media

It seems that Nestle haven’t quite got the hang of this Social Media malarkey.  Their facebook fan page has been hit by a lot of people not happy about Nestle’s use of palm oil and the link to rainforest destruction. But Nestle’s problems really [...]
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Thanks to facebook, you now get papped at parties

Late last Friday night I wasted a good half hour of my life I could have better spent sleeping having a major Clothes Crisis.  The crisis was in response to my sister’s Hen Do the following day, but it wasn’t the event itself that meant half my [...]
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when market research met social networking

One of my lovely colleagues in the Research team at work introduced me to Facebook Polls the other day. Having the ability to canvass the opinions of 100 Facebook users for just $26 (complete with online results charts) and to turn it around in just 24 [...]
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totally changing my mind, sort of…

I’ve changed my mind and signed up to facebook.  Not because I was desperate to connect to everyone I worked with in 1998 or did my GCSEs with, but because I couldn’t get to all the brand facebook pages, plannery things and blogs without [...]
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