Today, more and more people are using social media as a platform for protest, as a service that can be channelled to enact change and allows its users to speak out against humanity’s wrongdoings.
As the General Election campaign intensifies, we reveal which PPCs and MPs have the highest – and lowest – percentage of fake Twitter followers.
Yes, Caps Lock Day is “a thing”. But it’s not to encourage you to use caps lock – oh no! It’s quite the opposite.
We’ve been developing our own data analysis tool at ICS-digital HQ, capable of delving deep into the Twittersphere to analyse the way in which people behave on social media.
“They didn’t have these problems in the Prehistoric era, all you had to worry about was whether you would be taken out by a huge asteroid or if you had sharpened your spear that day.”
“We asked bloggers to share some of their best social media tips with us. Here are some of our faves – feel free to share your own in the comments below!”
“Sometimes, the little things can make a huge difference.”
“The initiative encourages females around the work to speak up for what they really, really want to obtain in order to improve their lives.”
“When producing shareable and reader-friendly content, a creative and clever approach is needed.”
“The app announced in February 2013 that Snapchat users were sending 60 million messages daily.”
“The 2014 FIFA World Cup is predicted to smash social media records this year.”
”Robin Hood Airport is closed. You’ve got a week… otherwise I’m blowing the airport sky high!”
“This week, The Telegraph ran a story about a vicar from Weston-super-Mare who has taken it upon himself to bring the church crashing into the 21st century.”
“New York is often seen as being on the cutting edge of pretty much everything.”
“Instant Messaging (IM) has been one of the victims of the growth of social networking according to a new study.”
“The officials have been concerned that the ease of communication offered by the internet could act as a vital weapon in the opposition’s armoury.”