Facebook: A look back

This blog post is written quickly, and happily. Facebook turns 10 today (hurrah!) – I think most of us have heard. And most of us have tested how long we’ve spend on the social media site. But have you looked back on all of your years on Facebook? The creators behind Facebook have summed it…

Instagram babies

Photos of babies – don’t you just love them? You know those photos of food stuck to their faces while they’re putting a grin on? They’re not cute the first time, and certainly not the next fifty times on Facebook. So, are babies banned from social media? No. There is actually some clever moms and…

Social Media Week 2014

I was so lucky as to participate in Social Media Week last year, and I loved it so much, that I promised myself I’d return for more knowledge, networking and interesting events. So far I’m living up to that promise after booking 16 events in five days – that’s six more than last year. Below I’ve…

Funeral selfies – the new, creepy trend

Just in time for Halloween a new, and rather creepy trend has arrived. It is as it sounds, selfies taken at funerals. Mostly young people are taking photos of themselves before or during a funeral. Afterwards they’re futured on this tumblr. So there you have it. Social media has reached new heights. I’ve gathered some…

Michael Larsen is talking about on page SEO

What is SEO?

I went to an event today held by UngKom Nord with this exact thought; What is SEO? Below I’ve summarized what I’ve learned so far. The speaker was Michael Larsen from Nordjyske Medier. Enjoy. SEO – Search engine optimization is: Used to make a website more visible in a search It’s a longterm investment in…

Twitterstorm in Denmark

Yesterday we had a storm in Denmark, and it was way stronger than we usually experience. This brought us Danes together, not only in the streets but also on Twitter. While I was safe inside, I could follow everything that was happening even before News organizations  would broadcast it. This can be a rather uncommon phenonenom…

Using Twitter as a tool for finding a job

This blog post originates from a small meeting with a friend who needed help to use Twitter efficiently, when it comes to getting a job in Denmark. I’m keeping the blog post in English, so that it’s sharable and understandable to most. This will be just above beginner’s level, which means you may have a…