I'm going to start off with a disclaimer; I've never particularly liked TweetDeck. I find its interface clunky, and as someone who works in social media, it doesn't quite have the suite of tools that other products like Hootsuite offer. However, it is one of the most popular Twitter clients out there, and the news of it now being discontinued on mobile, to live on as a Web and Chrome app, has been met with widespread dismay. But Twitter (mostly) killing TweetDeck is a good thing, and here's why.
With great power comes great responsibility. Somebody famous once said that. With almost a third of the world’s population connected to the internet, it’s crucial that brands maintain a strict level of responsibility when communicating. As a warning, here are four examples of when a company has failed utterly.
Our regular readers may have become accustomed to us raving about the Web Awards, Social Media Awards, or Blog Awards Ireland, but this year we'll also likely be ranting about an alternative addition to the Irish online awards scene - The Tweeties.