Facebook Impressions vs Webpage Pageviews

I manage the SMU Facebook page and over the summer I started looking closer at the stats for that page to find ways to improve. I quickly noticed the number of impressions our Facebook page’s content received was significant, more than 100,000 per month. I wanted to place that number in context with our other digital marketing efforts… Continue reading Facebook Impressions vs Webpage Pageviews

What the Font?!

What to do when you need to know which font was used for a graphic? Well, if you’re short a typographist or font-spotter graphic designer you might try What the Font. It’s a free web service from myfonts.com who I’m guessing hopes you discover that the font you need is sold right on theirwebsite. So,… Continue reading What the Font?!

The Pogue-O-Matic

David Pogue, technology columnist for the New York Times, has released a entertaining way to narrow down your choices before a tech purchase. This new tool called the “Pogue-O-Matic” basically just narrows your choices as you select the options you want. The treat comes as Mr. Pogue’s video commentary helps you choose which option is… Continue reading The Pogue-O-Matic

WordPress for iPhone

WordPress released a new application for the iPhone today. The new self-titled application allows bloggers to post to their blog directly from their phone. The app also supports multiple blogs so prolific bloggers can update multiple blogs. I wouldn’t expect long posts from the new application, those are still best left to keyboards and monitors.… Continue reading WordPress for iPhone

Blogging from my iPhone

I joined the bandwagon this weekend and bought an iPhone. So far I’ve been very impressed with it. One of the biggest questions that I had was if the on-screen keyboard would be easy to use. So far the answer is yes. The software correction is what makes it especially useful. I can just type… Continue reading Blogging from my iPhone