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Hate Valentine's? We show you how to block the soppy crap
Hide, unblock or unfriend any exes or former love interests whose happiness is going to make you depressed, angsty and listen to Kelly Clarkson.
Twitter forms council to do something about its abuse problem
"It is extraordinarily complex to strike the right balance between fighting abuse and speaking truth to power.”
Are Kiwi businesses facing challenging times?
"To prosper, businesses and other organisations need to apply best practice risk management processes, keep thinking ahead and remain agile."
Facebook turns 12: Bigger, better and more secure
Hard to believe it but Facebook has only just turned 12, meaning it is still young enough to have not been around at the turn of the millennium.
Internet hits back against legal rape campaigner
Unsurprisingly, the digital world is enraged over face-to-face meeting plans by pro-rape group Return of Kings across several countries, including NZ.
Do you take selfies at funerals?
Is there something about expressing feelings of loss on a social network that makes it trivial?
Three customer experience lessons from social media performance in 2015
The performance of social companies contains lessons about the future of social media and the present of marketing.
NZ in a frenzy after undercover video shows animal cruelty
The disturbing footage aims to expose the 'dark side' of the NZ dairy industry, with social media and online news exploding with Kiwis up in arms.
Social customer care: Are you doing it right?
Aspect Software’s Kristen Pimpini offers up some tip on harnessing social media for your business' customer care.
Parents: How to approach social media and your child
With more social media avenues available than ever before, the need for education about being safe online is increasing, according to NetSafe.
New investment tool launched by Treasury
“We are already using data effectively to better understand those who rely on a range of social sector and other public services."
New social media tool to 'revolutionise' event engagement
“Building a community through engagement and interaction is the goal of every event."
How effective is social media for Kiwi SMBs?
“There is a solid case for why businesses need to be online and social media forms a large part of marketing strategies for many businesses."
Burglars using social media to target victims
"We are living in the age of the digital criminal and people are taking advantage of social media to access information about would-be victims.”
New Zealand's already winning the RWC... at least on social media
“New Zealanders have generated the highest volume of social media buzz of any country with a competing team, along with the most positive commentary."
New partnership to help businesses with social media engagement
Sprout Social has teamed up with Meltwater with the aim of helping businesses engage more intelligently with their audiences.
Media Design School to run short courses on emerging digital tech
The specialist workshops will feature an array of tools, tips, and transferable skills in the fields of new and emerging digital technologies.
What are SMEs using the internet for?
The penetration of technology and e-commerce is increasingly pronounced in small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
Upper Hutt social media forum 'huge success'
“This workshop was designed to support these groups and give them the tools to market themselves more successfully to the local community.”
Social media retail activities boosting online purchases
Players such as Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram have an impact on global e-retail figures, says Juniper Research.
Social media - how to get it working for your business
An increase investment in social media marketing means businesses need to learn which tactics work, and why.
Kiwi parents 'oblivious' to children's online lives
We talk to our children about keeping safe in the physical world. We need to be having the same conversations about keeping safe in the online world.
Forum on social media marketing offered in Upper Hutt
The sessions aim to help local community groups learn about free marketing tools that are available, such as Facebook.
Potential backlash to analytics, BI and big data use
Companies looking to use social media monitoring to create targeted advertising could face a backlash from Kiwis according to a new survey.