Why isn’t my Facebook like box showing?

Late last week, I was working on a couple of Shopify tweaks for a new client, including adding a Facebook like box to the footer. It’s not something I’d done for a while, but I managed to create the HTML5 and Javascript code using the Facebook Developers Like Box tool, insert that code into the […]

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What’s ahead for 2014?

I’m writing this blog entry on the 27th of December from the upper floor of a stone cottage, looking out over the fields and hills of North Devon. On arrival, we were teased by a sticker on the kitchen wall with a wifi code, but so far this combination of letters and numbers has not […]

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Your charity Facebook page – a marketing space or a support forum?

Online support communities are growing organically in social media spaces all over the Internet. We’re not only seeing them develop in spaces set up specifically for support but also in spaces originally intended for marketing or advertising. Sane – the mental health charity – say that people contact them for support through any space where […]

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Hello, this is Taskforce Digital

Hello. This is Natasha Judd, blogging for Taskforce Digital for the first time. It’s a first time that has been a long time coming. Back at the start of this year, after two years of freelancing by myself, I was again wanting to be part of something bigger, something that could do more, achieve more, […]

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Pinterest has got my interest

One from the old blog… So I’m back on the blog today after a long absence. I’ve been busy with baby and business, and suddenly it’s February 2012. Facebook’s rolled out timelines, Google Plus has launched pages for business, and the next big thing in social media seems to be Pinterest. For the uninitiated, Pinterest […]

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Are you promotion ready?

From the old blog… Congratulations to local team AFC Wimbledon! After a tense penalty shoot-out, you’ve been promoted to the Football League. You’ve caused great excitement in this living room and far beyond that. In fact, right now, you’re trending on Twitter worldwide. Thousands of people are talking about you. Oh, and your website has […]

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Do Some Good review

From the old blog and also iPhoneCafe.com.  Before I begin, let me just say that this is a review of an iPhone application, not the concept of micro-volunteering. The idea of using your technology to perform small but necessary tasks to help out not-for-profits has a lot of positives, but there are definitely some drawbacks as well. For […]

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Are you writing the blog entries that people are looking for?

From the old blog. Blog entries are a great way to bring people to your website. They provide fresh content related to your organisation or business – the type of fresh content that search engines love. Other bloggers are also more likely to link to your blog posts than the home page (or services page) […]

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Fair Tweets for Fair Trade Day

From the old blog. Today, May 14, 2011, is this year’s World Fair Trade Day. The day is an initiative of the World Fair Trade Organisation whose mission is to enable producers to improve their livelihoods and communities through fair trade. A certain favourite ice-cream company of mine is raising awareness of the day by asking […]

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Cake Days: The book vs the app

From the old blog. For Mother’s Day this year, I bought myself the new Hummingbird Bakery recipe book, Cake Days. In the week that followed, I spent whole afternoons drooling over the gorgeous glossy photographs of cakes and cookies, muffins and slices, found within its pages. On April 16, however, I learned that Hummingbird Bakery had […]

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