A lesson in saying thank you from one of Rochelle’s hobbies.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, the Americans lead the way in the seasonal sales madness but hopefully some seasonal giving too; Tumblr releases a pricey add-on and Richard Branson goes all Ashton Kutcher on LinkedIn.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, here’s how two of the internet’s biggest players are supporting Hurricane Sandy efforts.
A new tablet, a new social payments platform and millions of new playmates.
We’re looking for an extraordinary person to join our team, to run campaigns on time, on budget and on brief for our charity clients.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, Tumblr and Google come bearing gifts to delight any marketer.
This week’s beautiful bytes is photo themed: Twitter gives everyone new photo headers but is reportedly looking to take away your Twitpic while Facebook pulls facial recognition.
We were absolutely thrilled to learn that we’ve been nominated for the some comms awards 2012… twice!
All other tech news took a back seat this week as Apple tried to save us from the post Olympics and Paralympics slump with the announcement of its iPhone 5.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, Twitter and Google Analytics both unveiled updates to their products, which made Rochelle cry a little bit inside for totally different reasons.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, Twitter has a busy week and one of our favourite brands re-connects with us.
In this week’s beautiful bytes we discuss whether HTML5 will triumph over native apps, how Twitter isn’t making any new friends, the growth of that there t’internet and ask you what’s the best thing you’ve learned from Twitter?
Rochelle signs up to App.net and explores the implications of a paid-for social platform for marketers, family and friends.
In this issue, Google implements anti-piracy measures, Twitter riles the development communities while its founders launch more platforms on which to get sharing.
In this edition, Tumblr goes in search of the original, I cave to the Google Doodle, and IE10 brings us DNT by default.
Important lesson fundraising: be careful what you ask for. Or, more to the point, how you ask for it. Simon shares the mistakes of his filmmaker friend and what makes a good fundraising proposition.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, Facebook increases targeting options for Brand Pages, we get an email marketing lesson on more effective email targeting, and Olympic data visualisations are just targets in the making.
YouTube introduces a new feature and the sector debates a broken watch metaphor, but first, it would be wrong to ignore a little sporting event that has finally overtaken our city…
This week Twitter steals the show, YouTube gives back to nonprofits and Boris gets a bashing.
In this week’s beautiful bytes we get excited by new technology, nostalgic over newspapers and ever so slightly frightened by Facebook.
Although we now live in a 24/7 consumer culture, I wondered if the same expectations applied to charities and how they were going to meet them.
Much excitement this week as the beautiful world team was out and about for the IoF National Conference and the Technology4Good Awards. And, after weeks of Facebook feature announcements, Google announced an exciting piece of kit for all you reporting geeks!
At IOFNC 2012 the popular social network was put under the microscope as delegates looked for new ways to engage with donors through social media.
As online audiences across charities have now overtaken offline, IOFNC 2012 explored what charities can do to engage their online audience.
In this week’s beautiful bytes I get excited by tea, irritated by hashtags, contemplate the next generation of fitness apps and inspired by wise words from a man who sourced Parsnip recipes online…
In this week’s beautiful bytes, Skype, Youtube and Google+, and yet another reason why you should kill IE7.
This week, I get all kinds of gleeful over one quarter of Facebook users and Pinterest leads the purchasing way (with donations to follow suit?).
In this week’s beautiful bytes, Twitter does DNT and I start the ball rolling ahead of NFPtweetup 15 on taking the question of content out of production and into curation.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, Facebook hits us with not one, but two new announcements and leaves me questioning whether they’re trying to be Foogle.
In this week’s beautiful bytes, cookies potentially wreak havoc on Google Analytics, APIs play their part in online giving, and a shoutout for nominations for the Technology4Good Awards.
In this week’s beautiful bytes we marvel at the growth of Facebook, admire Google’s determination and I laugh (if only accidentally) at Mashable.
Google+ gets a redesign, Facebook Ad engagement is higest on Sundays, mobile payments could be the norm by 2020 and farewell to Ash!