I have been using Twitter for a littlewhile now. It is fast, very entertaining, and you can connect to and with friends, colleagues, business partners and like-minded people in your field.
A few days ago I spoke to a client of mine from a few years ago who wondered why his company was not using twitter for their own business since their RSS subscriber number was not that great (~150). The idea of his was to use twitter as a tool to show the more personal, more human side of the business, being able to interact with its customers and visitors, and engaging with similar companies, suppliers, even competitors. Well, that was the idea at least, and he asked me what I thought about that.
So what does twitter mean to a business? How can you make sure your business looks professional? Continue Reading
A lot has happened in the world of information architecture, usability and Flash development…and I have been really slow updating the blog with useful information. For that I apologise. I changed jobs in August and am now a Web Services Development Manager at a lovely company called Melon Design & Marketing (our new website will go live soon!). Obviously, a new job requires new challenges, and these have taken a lot of my personal time to get used to the new climate and to effectively make a difference.
So, a quick update on this blog (thought it might be quite interesting, it certainly is for me!):
- The blog was set up on February 19th 2008
- Since then it has attracted over 26,000 views
- The biggest referrers at the moment are Ubisoft’s forum, Gearbox software forum, WebForumz.com a few magazine sites (due to the BiA post) and Facebook
- The RSS feed has attracted 67 readers (hey, its a start considering I never expected the blog to take off anyway!)
- Spam Karma has caught 712 spam messages since February (in your face, spammers!!)
Additionally, I have now joined Twitter, why not say “hi”, I would appreciate it 😉
Thanks and best wishes to all my readers, I’ll continue about IA, Usability and Flash Development soon!