Photo sharing is all the rage nowadays: we share party snaps with family and friends on Facebook, post news-worthy pictures on Twitter, and reveal our most fashionable and likeable images on Instagram. And if you are a keen blogger, business or photographer, sharing great images online is the perfect way to promote your product and […]Read More.
Most of us are now aware that employers vet potential employees through Google. They look at our Facebook and Twitter pages, and scour the net for any indications of our character and skills. 70% of US business managers admitted that they decided not to hire someone because of a Google search1, and countless online articles […]Read More.
On 25 October, Twitpic announced that Twitter had agreed to take over its failing service and would keep its users’ photos and data “alive”. Twitpic was once an independent third party photo sharing site that enabled people to upload photos quickly and easily to Twitter. However, since Twitter allowed its users to upload photos directly […]Read More.
I remember the first time I ever came across the concept of a selfie. I was about 15 years old and the only social media site that I knew of was MySpace. I didn’t know much about selfie photo-taking, but I did know that the most flattering angle was to hold the camera above my […]Read More.