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The history of technology is the history of the invention of tools and techniques and is similar to other sides of the history of humanity. As you may be aware, Technology is derived from the Greek word, “Techne” (τέχνη) which means art (Craft or skill) and “logia” (λογία) which can be defined as the Study (or science) of.. Technology has always impacted society in significant ways and has generally been used to automate, improve, inform, or destroy (Can be combinations) with positive and negative consequences. Nowadays, the pace of, and impact of, technological change has become almost instantaneous so let’s have a quick look at our infographic below and some important events that have shaped the digital landscape. We have obviously left out many other landmark dates but which one is the most important one to you or the one you believe has had the biggest impact on our society? I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate…

Brands are trying in more ways than ever to connect with audiences across a range of social platforms on a regular basis nowadays. Brands are struggling to catch the viewers’ attention with an ever decreasing attention span and an abundance of competition out there. It is estimated that each day users globally scroll through 300 feet of content, giving brands a very small window of time to grab the users’ attention and in the correct way. Therefore, how can your brand start building ideas that work for the speed of feed? Here are some useful information on the Social Media landscape in 2018 along with some very useful stats. Do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

I  am part of numerous blogging support groups and an ongoing theme I see is other bloggers stating (or complaining) that they do not have time to blog. I wanted to share what a typical day in my life looks like. Do not hesitate to contact us, subscribe to our blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

There was a time when the phonetic alphabet was used to spell out letters of the alphabet. Remember the “P for Papa” or “D for Delta”? Are you a Beginner on Social Media ? Does it all seem a bit confusing and baffling ? Are you constantly hearing and seeing words and abbreviations you have absolutely no idea what they mean ? Let’s give you a little hand in to getting a better understanding of some crucial terms. Nonetheless, we live in a digital world today, often dictated by Social Media interactions and relationships. So here is my version of how to teach the “Social Media Alphabet”. Tell us what you think of our Social Media Alphabet and give us your suggestions ! Feel free to contact us, subscribe to our blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

I am often asked by my clients who run a blog, of methods as to how they can create unique posts that will interest their customers but also generate traffic from new users. It is something, I myself also struggled with when I initially started my blog due to the thousands of active bloggers currently and the millions of potential subjects out there. Being able to identify the right topic can be quite tricky so why not have a thought about using some other methods to attract customers to your blogs. It is a known fact that you require awesome, engaging content on your website to compete for organic search traffic nowadays and that will still not necessarily rank you high in Google’s competitive search engine. So let’s have a look at how you can create intriguing SEO-friendly content with these alternative types of blogging. Make use of an Infographic Infographics are a…

Social networking didn’t start with Facebook..honestly ! The Birth of Social Media. The first social media site that everyone can agree actually was social media was a website called Six Degrees. It was named after the ‘six degrees of separation’ theory and lasted from 1997 to 2001. Six Degrees allowed users to create a profile and then friend other users. Have a look at our infographic made below to get a brief idea of the creation of Social Media and take a trip back in time and discover the history of social networking, and how it grew, one step at a time…network by network focusing on the main ones that had an impact globally. We are more than certain that this is only the start of Social media and its meteoric rise will only continue. However, time will only tell and we eagerly await to see the future as our crystal ball seems to be ..out of…