Her hips don’t lie… who wins the Facebook popularity contest?
NetGuide So you may have heard that Shakira became the most popular person on Facebook after hitting 100 million likes week – the most likes any public figure on Facebook has ever achieved. Read More →
Is Facebook’s Buy Now button a game-changer for SMBs?
Start-Up Facebook introduced a new feature last week that businesses are sure to like. It is testing a way for advertisers to make a direct sales pitch to Facebook users, and it could be a game-changer. Read More →
SMBs drive business growth through Facebook
Start-Up With over 30 million active small businesses currently using Facebook, including 19 million on mobile, SMBs are continuing to utilise social media as a key channel to build business. Read More →
For their eyes only… Facebook Mentions
NetGuide Facebook has released a new iOS app for celebrities and public figures, namely actors, athletes, musicians and other “influencers”, making it easier for them to interact with their fan base.
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Unhappy Kiwis air shopping grievances on Social Media
NetGuide Kiwis are unhappy with the way New Zealand businesses treat them, prefer to complain on Facebook and want something free in response to their complaint. Read More →
Has “emotional” studying Facebook crossed the line?
NetGuide “With this research, Facebook has skated too close to the edge of online users’ willingness to share data.” Read More →
Facebook dead? No chance…
Featured NetGuide Ever since Facebook CFO David Ebersman admitted last October that young teens were visiting the site slightly less frequently, most Read More →
State-funded Chorus fibre plans nothing more than a PR stunt?
Telco Review “UltraFast Fibre’s announcement of ‘gigabit’ services to eight towns across the central North Island confirms Chorus’ social media #Gigatown competition is nothing more than just a cynical public relations exercise.” Read More →
Football-mad Kiwis to join World Cup conversation on Facebook
Featured NetGuide Millions of football fans from around the world will join the conversation about the 2014 World Cup on Facebook. Read More →
Are teen social media users becoming anti-social?
Featured NetGuide Social media users are a fickle bunch. Teens, in particular, are influenced by ever-changing trends. What was once new and cool can quickly become old news. Take Facebook for instance. Read More →
Kiwis turn to tech for real life neighbour connections
NetGuide Social networking across New Zealand has become a little more neighbourly, with the launch of a private social network for Kiwi neighbourhoods. Read More →
Social Networking for the Antisocial – Cloak
NetGuide Who said social networking can’t be antisocial? There’s a new app claiming to be the antisocial social network, or the social network for those who are antisocial. Read More →
Too attached? How important is your smartphone?
NetGuide No matter how long we have phones or tablets, there are always new articles around the web about how much time we are spending on them. Read More →
Trend Micro helps Facebook users fight cyber threats with ‘HouseCall’
NetGuide With trillions of clicks occurring every day on Facebook, the social platform is a tempting target for spammers and criminals. Read More →
Sshh… Twitter doesn’t like you
NetGuide I’m 100% for any service or product that helps block annoying/stupid people from bothering me… Read More →