Has the internet displaced other media and communications? In many cases yes! It has been well documented that there has been a downward trend for several years in readership and circulation of newspapers and magazines, especially with the introduction of smart phones and tablets. Television and radio audience have remained strong, as they are able.
The digital advertising world is a world filled with acronyms, from SEO, SEM, SEA, SERP, PPC and plenty more. Now we can hear you’re probably thinking WTF? (wait there’s further?), so what do they all mean and how are important are they for your business when trying to expand your digital reach? In this article.
It has been well documented that Facebook recently updated their News Feed algorithm, aiming to focus on higher quality content and display regular status updates to those who choose to interact with a friend or business page and not just those listed as friends or fans. These changes have seen businesses report a huge decrease.
Gone are the days when you could bluff a search engine into getting you hits for your page. In August 2013 Google launched an updated SEO algorithm in a move towards a more semantic search thereby trying to answer your questions, giving users more relevant search results. This means Google continues to get smarter and.
You may not be surprised to hear that social media has become the number one activity on the web and that more Australian businesses are flocking to the world’s leading social media site, Facebook, to build their brand. After going live in 2004, Facebook in Australia has reached more than 12.2 million active users or.
As of June 2013, more than half of Australia’s population are active on the world’s favourite social network, Facebook. Facebook is now well and truly over the one-billion users mark, expanding from a basic means of communication to an interactive floor for businesses, consumers and brands since its formation in 2004. In comparison, Twitter is.
In mid-2012, it was widely reported that, of its 1 billion users, 83 million or 8.7% of Facebook profiles were fake accounts. By May of 2013, it was reported that this number had increased to over 100 million, equivalent to over 10% of all accounts. Ranging from spam accounts to hackers and false profiles, Facebook.
In mid-June, Instagram announced on their blog that they were launching a video feature on their exceedingly popular sharing platform. The feature went live later that day, allowing users to record and share videos of up to fifteen seconds, with newly added filters to continue to “share the world’s moments simply and beautifully”, as Instagram.