When Google+ came along a couple of years ago we all thought we knew what it was. We'd done MySpace, then Facebook, then Twitter, LinkedIn... It's easy, this social networking lark.
"Have you Googled ‘renal medicine’ today? Please pass on my thanks to all the team. Could not have done it without YOU"
Glass is Google's next big product launch and it's quite fascinating. It's a sort of a mini-computer that's worn like glasses, positioning a tiny screen to the top-right of your field of vision, with a camera to take photos and video as you move around.
One of the most common questions we’re asked is whether businesses should be using social networking as a marketing channel. The answer is usually “yes...”, and left at that, people who are new to the idea of social networking for business tend to head towards Facebook and Twitter - maybe because they have personal profiles already, or maybe because they receive so much media coverage.
We've just launched our first Magento online shop, MacBrayne Wines, and it's been a really interesting experience.
We're quite often asked "do Noisegate make apps?" Well, yes, we do. But is an app really what you need?
Having initially called in search of CD duplication, we now provide the infrastructure for most of Brilliant Minds' marketing activitiesRead more