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The Facebook dilemma

Neville Hobson joins Shel Holtz for the December installment of “The Hobson & Holtz Report.” The stories Neville and Shel covered include… The passing of PR fixture Jack O’Dwyer Marketers are turning their attention to messaging apps Not everyone is free to leave Facebook, even if they want to The death of keywords (or is it?) as audiences become key to targeting in search Rising Instagram stars post fake sponsored posts to get brands’ attention What we learned about GDPR…

SDF Podcast 24: Reading the runes for 2019

The SmallDataForum celebrated its third Christmas with a highly calorific and somewhat alcoholic Italian lunch, followed by post-prandial musings about high- and low-lights of 2018, and some crystal ball gazing for 2019. Our regular followers / listeners – or just about anybody with any interest in tech and communication – won’t be surprised by a list being topped by Facebook, and then some more Facebook. Followed by GDPR and other regulatory activities, mainly by the EU. And of course we…

Welcome to the Gutenberg Editor

Updated on December 7, 2018 A new version of WordPress is expected to land during the next few weeks  – perhaps even as soon as December 6 – if development plans proceed smoothly. I’ve been a WordPress user since version 1.5 over a decade ago, and I’m excited about 5 mostly because of Gutenberg, the brand new post and page editor that aims ultimately to replace the traditional classic editor that’s been part of WordPress since its beginnings. This new version…

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