I’m a big fan of BuySellAds. They made media buying simple and efficient like no other service. As many bloggers, I’ve been using their service to sell ad real estate as well as buy ads on other sites for a long time now. This incident happened last week, when I tried to buy a 300×250 image ad on one of the popular sites today, thenextweb.com through BuySellAds. Actually, I was… Continue reading
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Social games are huge business in social media. You can either love or hate, but cannot ignore them. One look at the user number statistics on these apps will tell you where all of the facebook population are spending their time on facebook. Games like Farmville and Cityville are so popular that they’ve amassed almost quarter of the total facebook population. They’re addictive, fun and social. Here are fifteen of… Continue reading
With every new big budget movie going online for its marketing efforts, things are getting very predictable and mostly un-interesting, especially on channels like YouTube. A huge favorite of producers are YouTube takeovers, which we’ve seen for movies like the Invincibles and brands like Tipp. Where in the user is taken to a dedicated YouTube page where a lot of engagement happens with the brand (mostly without the user’s knowledge)… Continue reading
Its been only a couple of days since Google Plus launched and there are problems already with it. Well, one can argue that these are bugs and are natural. I agree, and wish that they’re only “temporary”. For a super star product like Google Plus, it doesn’t look nice anyways. 1. Circles cannot be sorted in stream view. The circles feature (much similar to how it was predicted earlier) lets… Continue reading
Huge traffic is a relative term. When I say huge traffic, I mean, in the order of thousands per day. A unique visitor count of 3000 per day sounds good. And I’m talking about blogs that are struggling out there to get to that point. Is it really possible for a new blog/unheard-of blog to really pull in so much traffic in a day ? Yes, and a solid one… Continue reading
If you have been trying Facebook Ads you would’ve already realized that although technically, they’re the same, Google Ads (or any other CPC model Ad Network) and Facebook Ads have a completely different reach and effect. Many of us try Facebook Ads like Google Ads, placing sometimes, the same copy and Ad. While it would be immature to predict if it’ll work or not, its a fact that Ads needs… Continue reading
Quick question : What have you heard most on Twitter? Complaints about brands or praises ?
I bet its complaints. Because, that’s the way it is online, etch that in your diary.
When it is online talk, people love to talk negative things about brands. Negative things like complaints, errors, problems with service/product, suggestions etc. Yes and a bit of praise too but that’s very rare.
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Linked In is called the boring social network by most of us. We’re on it but we don’t spend as much time on it as Facebook or Twitter.
Here are some very interesting facts about Linked In, in an infographic that is.
Source: Hubspot… Continue reading
Apparently, the biggest example of how social media is taking over traditional media is the fact that facebook is more popular than TV in the UK. At least, according to this infographic.
Source : Expansys… Continue reading
Once it was the FBML app. There were limitations. And then facebook introduced iframes. Since then, custom facebook page designs have grown to a complete new level of unlimited possibilities. Flash, Ajax, jQuery – all that you can think of in design is now available on facebook pages.
A custom facebook page design is no easy game. Because a facebook page design is your landing page, you have to do a… Continue reading