As a huge Amazon fan I have applauded so much of what the e-commerce Goliath has done over the years and how easy, and accurate, their system seems to be.
It’s so easy to click ‘Like’, to ‘ReTweet’, to ‘Share’, to ‘+1′ something you see on the web. Easy peasy to forward stuff on to anyone who may be interested – or not.
Yeah – I know – Facebook has made us all become ‘Likers‘ (I know it’s not a word but that’s what we are now)… I, like you, perhaps, was a ‘Fan’ of oodles of businesses but now I just ‘Like’ them – enough said about that though ‘cos here’s a big whopper of a warning!
I know I already sang the praises of the ‘Universal “Like” Button‘ and I stick to that but when Facebook originally unveiled the latest changes I, like many, was asked the inevitable “what d’ya think” by loads of people. Okay maybe not ‘loads’ – my wife asked me.
Change is good! Do we all agree? I hope so ‘cos that’s all I’m going to talk about here – changes! Facebook, by implementing the “universal ‘LIKE’ button” have, in many ways, done something cool. How often have you stared at a “please complete your personal profile” form and thought ‘oh gosh, what shall I […]
Building your foundations. Sowing your seeds. Planting your roots. If you don’t do the ground work, forget to do the hard work that goes into preparing for the future – how can you expect to succeed in anything
I’m sure most people who live or grew up in the UK will have heard the phrase “Yesterdays News is Tomorrows Fish & Chip Wrapper” and that applies to the web – what you publish today could be completely forgotten (or be out of sight) by tomorrow.
Strange as people can be I was actually very surprised what happened this morning / over night on Twitter. I was unfollowed. Ooch Ouch. No big deal right. Well, actually, yeah – no big deal. But this was odd.
Why oh why do these scam-artists keep doing it? I am really starting to dislike (I mean hate) Twitter. Scam, BS, Con, Trick, Spam… Is that all there is to it?
So what if I clickety clicked on ‘Follow’ or I became a ‘Fan’ or even if I gave you my darn email address so I could get your RSS in my spam box every week – I’m not even slightly interested in whatever it is you’re selling.