Sparks Fly as Marks’ Expensive Website Nosedives

Few brands animate the chattering classes like wardrobe staple Marks and Spencer – especially when the seams appear to be unpicking themselves. So when M&S’s latest quarterly results – the first since an extravagant website relaunch – were disappointing,...

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No Room For a Review – PushON’s Friday Thoughts

With the dust still settling in Europe in regards to the ‘Right to be Forgotten’ ruling, the French have only gone and opened up another can of search engine worms. Sacré bleu. The BBC reported on Wednesday of a...

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How To Get Twitter User And Mention Stats With Google Docs and Topsy

We're huge fans of Topsy here at PushON - it's a great source of Twitter stats but sometimes a bit time consuming to use. Suppose you wanted to stalk 50 Twitter users and give them awards based on the amount...

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Right to be Forgotten Leaves Peston Pest-off

Search on Google for “Robert Peston caused the credit crunch” and the results are disappointing. To Joe Public, it would appear that he had nothing to do with the financial travails of the end of the noughties, when everyone...

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Why the long Facebook? – PushON’s Friday Thoughts

There's been a lot of talk in the news this week about Facebook's secret Newsfeed experiment, and the ethical implications this has on both the website and its users. For those that don't know, two years back, Facebook altered their...

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