2013 – The year of the ‘selfie’, Vine and Snapchat.
All of these are short, easy ways to grab somebody’s attention on social media and convey a message in seconds.
Increasingly in today’s world, people are time poor. The rise of Twitter only goes to support this and reinforces a behaviour that is becoming the norm. Read More
Fascinating research was uncovered by statistical goliaths Nielsen last week who revealed that as much as 80 per cent of Twitter’s UK traffic is being contemporarily driven by mobile.
Having long been impossible to ignore for any aspiring business, the latest research now suggests that UK-based Twitter visitors are not simply mobile mad, but they are also more engaged that your average Twitter user. Read More
We are living in the age of the duel-screen, where real-time digital content is a key accompaniment to live sporting events.
Though the live event itself will always take centre stage, live blogs are starting to become an increasingly vital offering from digital agencies. However, what happens when you put the two together?
FootballFanCast.com is delighted to announce its new website re-launch – a bold, fresh statement with a striking look and opinionated tone throughout. You only need to visit the homepage to obtain a flavour of what the modern day football fan is talking about. Read More
Social media is a huge part of our everyday lives, but it is very easy to separate it and think of it as a sub-section, or not real life at all. Read More
The whole foundation of Google is a search engine that can answer people’s questions, now they are expanding so that humans can answer them too. Read More
Last week something amazing happened on Twitter. The best thing I have ever seen seen on the social network; it was very clever, spontaneous and everyone has gone wild for it since. Read More
Google verb [/ˈɡuː.ɡl̩] definition: to search for something on the internet through Google search engine. Read More
It is very easy to just see a football club for its well-paid footballers and stressed managers and coaches, and consequently very easy to forget that behind this curtain of wealth and tournaments there is a well-oiled machine keeping every club going. Read More
At Liberty Stadium this weekend two things of note happened. Firstly, Swansea achieved a 3-3 draw against Stoke at home. Secondly, as Wilfried Bony scored the FootballFanCast.com LED appeared in the background! Read More