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In our last post we talked about how people’s predictable whinging over the Facebook changes should be a lesson in managing expectations when re-designing websites. Here we remind you that while humans have a herd mentality, we are not sheep. … Continue reading →
So Facebook have rolled out another tranche of updates. Cue the whinging. The fact is that people are like the Tory party: they don’t react well to change. It doesn’t matter if change brings improvement; familiarity makes things easy. People … Continue reading →
We’re all watching the riots spread across the county. Most of us are appalled. TV, radio, print and social media channels are awash with reaction; however even the worst ambulance chasing lawyer isn’t thinking about how to make a quick … Continue reading →
I’ve wanted to write a blog on this subject for a while. I’ve been monitoring various clients’ analytics, checking direct referrals from Facebook and also keeping a close eye on our own website and blog’s traffic.
It starts with a statement, followed by some questions… “We should have a blog” “Why do we need to blog?” “Why don’t we blog?” “Why should we blog?” Repeat ad infinitum…