Repost from the Social Penguin Blog Cats have really had the internet meme down for quite some time now. When Icanhazcheezburger (or Lolcats) came along in 2007 everyone realized just how much mileage could be made from funny pictures of cats. Many emails and memes shared later (Google Basement Cat for a start) Cravendale have […]Read more "Social Media & The Evolution of Cats"
[tweetmeme source=”macfak” only_single=false http://www.kellyforbes.com ] Way back in Feb/Mar of this year I posted here on the blog about a video I anticipated would go viral on youtube. It was the very first of a series of Old Spice ads featuring Isaiah Mustafa as the Old Spice guy that caused a sensation last week when […]Read more "Follow up to “the Old Spice effect”"
I’m featuring on The Social Penguin blog this week, talking about the rise of Egosurfing and why it’s not just for the narcissists among us. It features some really insightful research by the Pew Research Centre on managing your internet image. Check it out here.Read more "Guest blogging at the Social Penguin again."
Days in Easter weekend not working – 3 Number of textbooks currently waiting to be read – 4 Total pages read so far – 0 Major Fail.Read more "Weekend Reading update"
I’m currently working on some research to quantify how far a negative brand message can travel via social media and I’m looking for some test subjects. If you’d like to help out I’m looking for people who have had a genuine bad customer service experience recently and would be willing to vent their frustration with […]Read more "Looking for disgruntled Tweeters"
This isn’t about a fight between Chris Moyles and Chris Evans (though it would be interesting to see who would win that bout.) It’s actually about an argument between my friends and I over Radio One and Radio Two. I am a Radio One listener, though probably exclusively mornings and evenings only. My friends (Lou […]Read more "Radio One vs Radio Two"
Yes, it is a Jurassic Park quote. What of it? Hello again world, I’m back on the blogsphere after a very loooong break away. I’ve been spurred back to the keyboard by my narcissistic need for an audience to my musings, that and the rabbit I used to ponder aloud with ran off, potentially to […]Read more "Mr Hammond, I think we’re back in business!"