I put it to you, the readers, to nominate the most interesting, engaging and useful posts that have been featured over the past 24 months. So here it is - the definitive Unmemorable Title. Read on!
Google+ (Google Plus) is going to be huge. I know, because I've seen it, and it's convinced me. But there's still one thing standing between Plus and greatness...
Sphinn or SERPd? Facebook or Twitter? If you want to find readers for your SEO, Copywriting or Marketing blog, you need to have a read of this...
Do you want to sit around for weeks waiting for someone to Google "Andrew Nattan thinks that Google +1 is a giant waste of time, space and energy"
Ever get the feeling that the brilliant, insightful advice you've just received might not be as groundbreaking as you think?
You're relying on other people to promote your work. And no matter how good your tremendously fantastic stuff is, you're going to be hard pushed convincing them to put in the effort that you're unable or unwilling to do.
Well, after nearly two years and 111 posts, I've decided that as of the start of April Unmemorable Title can no longer continue as a one man band. So I'm delighted to unveil the ALL NEW Unmemorable Title Team!
Back when the world was young and Twitter was new and exciting, a tradition developed. Every Friday, the users of the burgeoning social media site would take the time to promote their friends. They'd explain why a certain person was interesting, and tag it #FollowFriday.
If I'd have told you 24 hours ago that The Guardian were the UK newspaper that used Twitter most effectively, you'd have believed me. And then came the #guardianexclusive. Oh, well done Guardian Sport. To quote another sporting foot-shooter, "take a bow, son."
Have you ever sent a Tweet like this? "Help! I need 500 followers by noon! Please ReTweet this!" If you have, you're doing yourself more harm than good. Read on to find out why desperation won't win you any friends, or any followers.
Man says something stupid in front of journalist. Journalist does job. Twitter backlash Man sulks, flounces. Moral: Don’t say stupid things on the internet. Stupid = Backlash. I don’t want to have to do this again.