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3 March 2014
Companies love it when you ‘like’ their stuff on Facebook. They love it so much that they’re willing to trade you discounts and free gifts just for clicking on that little upraised thumb button. This is why a dummy Facebook account is your friend.
19 February 2014
Google is slowly but surely improving Google+ and trying to bring the social network to the masses. Yet some of its best features are less than obvious for both avid Google+ users and those who are still wondering what the point of it is. Here are some of the less obvious tips for getting the most out of Google+.
17 February 2014
Dear Lifehacker, I love social media marketing. I’ve been doing it for my blog for over 12 months and have recently been brought on as a content manager for a small online business. At what point can I call myself an expert and start charging for consultancy work?
11 February 2014
Housenet is a social networking app designed to introduce local residents to each other for platonic fun. According to the creators, it’s also a great way to arrange a non-romantic play date on Valentine’s Day with like-minded neighbours.
7 February 2014
iOS: If you’ve ever taken a snapshot and wanted to pair it with the perfect song to fit the moment, Snippit is a new app that will let you do just that and then share the combination with your friends. It gives you a fun way to communicate the moment with others and discover new music at the same time.
4 February 2014
Twitter is a serious communications medium with a really silly name. Regardless of the vernacular, Twitter can actually be really useful for getting up-to-the-minute information. That’s assuming you know how to get just the good stuff and filter out the junk.
29 January 2014
Most us react to meeting famous or important people we admire with a reaction somewhere between giddy elation and dumbfounded drooling. If you want to stand out from that crowd, offer something useful.
27 January 2014
iOS: What insightful musing did you post on Twitter last year on this day? Want to see the crazy photos you uploaded to Instagram 365 days ago? Timehop makes it happen.