December, 2014

All the posts published.

December turned out to be a pretty good month for Twitter, despite its earlier plunge in share price. The analyst firm Argus …

The term “amicus curiae” might not mean much to content creators; but it could be the means by which the US Government …

An established era may be coming to a close amongst marketers: the age of YouTube exclusivity is waning as Facebook’s video player …

RebelMouse, which describes itself as “the first digital publishing platform that is fully wired for social,” has added to its repertoire of …

Picture this: you’re at a friend’s birthday party, the celebrations are going riotously well and everyone’s buzzing with buoyant sociability. You and …

Microsoft and Google are licking their wounds after the two Goliaths took a tumble in the US equities market. Microsoft shares fell …

Every now and then, laws paved with good intentions backfire spectacularly and end up somewhere else entirely, as Spain is just about …

Were there any noteworthy trends in 2014 for those of us immersed in the world of creating digital content? As the year …

Well, there’s been a lot of discussion out there in Webmasterland after Google belatedly confirmed that it had indeed pushed out a …

There’s a big problem emerging for social media companies (and tech firms more generally): they don’t really know how to respond to …

You don’t have to be a genius to work out that Tumblr, as the internet’s fastest growing social media platform (November’s Global …

With diverging views on data privacy emerging between the UK and pretty well the whole of the rest of the EU (Ireland …

There’s a big problem with internet advertising: more and more consumers are getting irked by pop-up ads while they’re trying to concentrate …

The hopes of Google, Facebook and other US internet giants for a single, one-stop-shop data privacy watchdog in the European Union are …

Well, it’s finally happened: as more and more publishers navigate the tricky path toward digitalising their content, and more and more consumers …

It couldn’t be true, could it? Google couldn’t really have pushed out a Penguin refresh that hit on Black Friday weekend of …

The Social Media Examiner recently reported that 92 per cent of marketers consider social channels crucial for their business. That’s a lot …

Now here’s an ironic turn of events: consumers who bought iPads so that they could access their news feeds and other digital …

December, 2014 | Purecontent