Like anyone serious about business, I spend time trying to figure out how Google’s search algorythm works. Because if you are serious about business you care about communication. And if you care about communication you have to care about the way most of the world now discovers information. Yesterday I was surprised to notice… Continue reading This is how to beat Google on search: the way Google+ is beating Facebook!
“The most influential people online” says the tagline for WebIt, an upcoming “Digital and IT event” (vague terms as nobody is sure anymore!) The idea isn’t new; a similar scheme had played out with the Influence Project some time ago. These sort of efforts are of course plagued with massive methodological problems. Obviously… Continue reading Measuring digital influence: the silly and the science
If you are posting original content on Facebook or Twitter, you’re stupid. No polite way to put it. You’re an idiot. Every day I see great thoughts, photos and other inspiring original content posted on Facebook and it makes me cringe. It is like cooking an interesting organic and original meal and… Continue reading Why Google wants to stop me blogging
It’s almost a decade since I bought my first DSLR. A Canon 10D. “Barely” 6.3 megapixel resolution, most smartphones I would consider buying these days have more than that. But it used all my EF lenses and has served me well. Too well in fact. For all of us in technology,… Continue reading How to know when not to buy the latest gadget