Don’t Miss Out On Publicity, Sales and Exposure For Your Business
Jan30

Don’t Miss Out On Publicity, Sales and Exposure For Your Business

Tech Function magazine is proud to bring our first comprehensive, one page guide to Public Relations to you. It’s full of tips, advice and everything a business owner needs to know about how PR has changed, why it isn’t just ‘media relations’ anymore, and how to avoid being left behind by businesses taking advantage of new technology many decision makers have never even seen, such as Snap Chat. Source:...

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Twitter Set For Massive 10,000 Character Tweets
Jan05

Twitter Set For Massive 10,000 Character Tweets

The 140 character Tweet limit could be coming to an end as soon as the end of Q1 2016 as Re/code reports that the social media giant is planning to up it by over 700% to 1,000 characters, allowing long form content on the platform for the first time. Facebook recently moved to host more content from publishers directly on their site and tests by Gary Vaynerchuk, the CEO of Vayner Media, where he posted long-form content directly onto...

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Is Dropbox Becoming A Risky Prospect For Consumers?: Kills E-mail App Mailbox
Dec09

Is Dropbox Becoming A Risky Prospect For Consumers?: Kills E-mail App Mailbox

The biggest problem, despite the enormous advantages, with the cloud as a solution for businesses and consumers was always the possibility that services would simply go out of business or adjust their strategy in ways that left users disadvantaged. Part of that problem came true this week as Dropbox announced that their e-mail app, Mailbox, was to be shuttered. Inc reported that this was in stark contrast to their original promise,...

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Spycup: Freaky Cup That Records Your Friends? Or A Revolution For Citizen Journalism?
Nov27

Spycup: Freaky Cup That Records Your Friends? Or A Revolution For Citizen Journalism?

If you’d asked me earlier today if I’d like to turn my phone into a hidden spy device, concealed James Bond style in a cup, I’d have thought you were mad. Who would want to do that? But that was before I came across Spycup. Perhaps in a stroke of marketing genius they are presenting the tool as a revolution in citizen journalism at the same time as having a name that suggests altogether different applications. One...

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Yahoo! Steps Up The War On Ad Blockers
Nov22

Yahoo! Steps Up The War On Ad Blockers

Yahoo! might not be the king of search anymore but their content and advertising businesses and overseas subsidiaries still drive revenue that makes the internet giant over $4 billion in revenue and their news and e-mail platforms continue to drive millions of visitors and therefore ad revenue. Unfortunately for many publishers, who depend on traditional banner and text ads, such as Yahoo!, ad blocking has become increasingly...

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