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How Much Time Does a Good Social Media Strategy Really Take?

By Kevan Lee – What do you want to use social for:

  • Sales?
  • Loyalty?
  • Awareness?

These are the three main areas that Jay Baer identifies… 43 more words

Economy

Time Warner Cable Keeps Charging Customers More For Internet Because They Can

Time Warner Cable customers have been seeing their bills climbing at a pretty steady clip over the past few years. For all that TWC might complain about needing more negotiating power with content companies, though, the cable half of the equation isn’t the problem. 353 more words

Shaw Buying Data Centre Firm ViaWest In USD1.2bn Deal

Canadian cableco Shaw Communications yesterday agreed to purchase US-based data centre provider ViaWest for USD830 million plus USD370 million debt from private equity firm Oak Hill Capital Partners, the Wall Street Journal reports. 171 more words

Telnet Networks

Good news ahead for superfast broadband coverage for part of the West End

I have welcomed news that superfast fibre broadband coverage should finally reach the most westerly part of the West End Ward which is served – for both telephone and broadband – by the Invergowrie Exchange, which also serves Invergowrie itself and parts of the Carse of Gowrie. 194 more words

Broadband

HBO makes web push to fend off Murdoch

The US$49-a-month Internet Plus trial introduced last year with Comcast is the model for a new service, the sources said. The package is aimed at the 10 million US broadband customers, many of them younger, who don’t now buy cable TV. 48 more words

Streaming

Around the Tubes

It’s new comic day! What’s everyone thinking of getting this week when they head to the shop?

Around the Tubes

The Beat – The State of Conventions in 2014 (AKA – The Annual Gripes Turn Up) 54 more words

Comic Books

Report: You Could Be Overpaying For Your Data Plan

Lost amidst usage-based pricing and ISPs, MBs and GBs, many U.S. customers are unaware of just how much data they consume, and they are in turn purchasing plans with unnecessarily robust allowances, according to a new report. 872 more words