Social Media Sarcasm, Comparing Search Traffic, Facebook Censorship and Progress in China

Want to use social media to drive visitors to your website? Do the opposite of everything this article says.

Darren Rowse explains how you can use Google Analytics to compare search engine traffic over time.

Is Facebook censoring for spam or just trying to control the flow of information? Marshall has some theories.

The only good news I’ve heard from China in days.

CHINESE internet users appear to have been allowed an unprecedented degree of freedom in the wake of last week’s devastating earthquake, but some comments continue to be censored.

Internet posts questioning the disproportionately high number of children killed in last Monday’s earthquake and criticising the distribution of aid to affected areas have been appearing on Chinese websites since the disaster.

Hopefully this isn’t a short term development.

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