Firstly my apologies for being crap. I’ve not updated this blog nearly enough recently. Too busy. But I promise to do better.
It’s a handy tool that gives you a quick demographic snapshot of your audience’s facebook usage. Next time somebody asks could facebook work for my brand – point them in the direction of this tool.
The tool is courtesy of the unofficial facebook blog, AllFacebook.
Rik Haslam: Group Creative Architect
Some musings (from me and my colleagues at RAPP) about interesting interactive work and the innovations that are reshaping the way creative agencies operate.
- From a marketers perspective Rubio is most sellable candidate #GOPDebate. From personal political viewpoint hope he doesn't win nomination. 3 months ago
- RT @nrossreyes: Great concluding panel @videoadnews #NVF15 w/@mattprohaska @keithgrossman @riksta. Love inclusion of creative to bring back… 5 months ago
- @CraigElimeliah - hope new gig going well. DM me & we'll catch up soon. Thought you might like this post I wrote: bit.ly/1JtsXI1 5 months ago
- "Are you ready for the digital crash?" --- bit.ly/1JtsXI1 5 months ago
- RT @LinkedInB2B: 9 thought leaders share their perspective on "creative effectiveness" @totoellis @jdaykin @riksta #ConnectinCannes http://… 8 months ago
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- L.A. to pay a white ex-employee $3.8 million for racial discriminationThe Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously this week to award $3.8 million to a white city parks worker who alleged he suffered years of abuse and discrimination at the hands of his Latino boss. A former gardener with the Department of Parks and Recreation for almost 20 years, James Duffy sued the city in 2011 for discrimination, harassment and retaliati […]
- Heartbroken dog finds favorite ball frozen in kiddy poolTrue despair is to reach for your favorite ball, only to realize that it is trapped beneath a sheet of ice. Scout the golden retriever experienced this life-altering situation firsthand when he went to fetch his ball from a kiddy pool and was met with cold, hard reality. See also: This brilliant photo series of smiling dogs will get your tail wagging Thankfu […]
- Valentine's Day cards from NASA's Curiosity rover will rock your worldLooking for the nerdiest way to say "I love you" this Valentine's Day? NASA's Curiosity rover has you covered. NASA released a series of free, adorable e-cards that you can send to your partner or whomever is making your heart melt this year. There are a dozen cards to choose from, and you can personalize each to send a message of your ch […]
- L.A. to pay a white ex-employee $3.8 million for racial discrimination
- Rock the vote for your favorite game in the GDC awardsWant to make your voice heard in this year's Game Developer's Choice Awards? How about doing the same for the Independent Game Festival's accolades? Boy howdy, you're covered in both cases. Once again, the GDCA and IGF are opening up the floor for au...
- Snapchat hopes you'll subscribe to video channelsSnapchat isn't content with simply offering videos through Discover and hoping you'll watch them... it wants to give you a reason to keep coming back. Recode sources understand that Snapchat is planning to let you subscribe to Discover channels. Yo...
- Apple is replacing USB-C cables that shipped with early MacBooksIf you were an early adopter of Apple's slimmed-down MacBook, then this may apply to you. According to the company, a "limited number" of laptops sold between its launch in April of 2015 and June 2015 have USB-C cables that could fail due to an unspe...
- Rock the vote for your favorite game in the GDC awards