Research cast doubts on the real popularity of the IM service.
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Microblogging service finding it hard to retain users.
Emergency-focused Twitter rival goes into beta.
Facebook now used by nearly half of the UK online population.
Virtual people power sees off Facebook’s dodgy new Terms Of Service clause.
Bored surfers flee to the web to avoid the festive drudgery.
Nick Curtis has written a poorly-researched piece in the Evening Standard that attempts to take a chunk out of Twitter, while asking if ‘Twitter is the new Facebook.’ Why poorly-researched? Well, he starts the piece saying that Tweets are 160 characters long – and as anyone who has ever looked at the sevice will know, [...]
If you’re looking to expand your network of Twitter friends, but are finding that it’s taking more time that you thought it would, or aren’t able to find that time, Twollow could be a solutions for you.
We’d been faithful and steadfast to WordPress for a very long time. Over the years, the increasing numbers of people that asked for recommendation for a blogging tool, we’d enthusiastically promote WordPress as the tool of choice. We’ve held the WordPress faith until we upgraded Isle of Wight News site, VentnorBlog, a sister site of [...]
We know that Twitter gets under people’s skin, leading some of them to tweet their little sock off across many subjects from their view of emerging new business idea, through their inner most thoughts, to their love of sandwiches. Some people even get their