Since Facebook’s IPO in May 2012, news stories discussing the fluctuating share price, issues with privacy and controversial monetization changes have been rife. Facebook’s critics have jumped on each story as a sign that Facebook is losing its relevance and popularity, or that it was over-valued, or else that Mark Zuckerberg is taking over the [...]
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Posted in Thoughts on May 21st, 2013
All great achievements start with passion. Passion is what fuels everything. Passion is what motivates you, whether your motivations are spiritual, artistic, political, economic, social, or personal. You know that you are passionate about something when you become restless, when you wake up every morning knowing that you cannot not create whatever it is that [...]
Posted in Thoughts on Jan 26th, 2013
Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most interesting and debated people of our generation. He started Facebook at 19 and, even though people called him baby-faced and inexperienced, he proceeded to build a multi-billion dollar empire in his early twenties. Facebook going public in 2012 made Zuckerberg the twenty-ninth richest person in the world and [...]
Recently I attended and spoke at WOMMA Summit 2010 (Word of Mouth Marketing Association). Tops down and without the doubt one of the BEST social media events I’ve been to (and I have been to lots of them). Next year if you are deciding which events to prioritize, I highly recommend this one to be [...]
Today, Facebook officially launched a Page Browser that suggests Facebook Fan Pages to users based on their interests, with an interface that allows users to filter by category. Suggestions are tailored based on pages users have previously ‘Liked’. Following a new Page simply entails clicking on its icon. This has huge implications for brands. On [...]