Ian Knox

Ian Knox

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This is my wife and I at the Royal Stables, Meknes, Morocco. We traveled to Morocco to see the Tissa Horse Festival, an amazing event. Teams drawn from tribes gallop in formation, skid to a halt then fire muskets in unison over the heads of the crowd. I still sell a few horsebooks online, but it is a small business now, and I have diversified into other online  businesses.

This is my wife and I at the Royal Stables, Meknes, Morocco. We traveled to Morocco to see the Tissa Horse Festival, an amazing event. Teams drawn from tribes gallop in formation, skid to a halt then fire muskets in unison over the heads of the crowd. I still sell a few horsebooks online, but it is a small business now, and I have diversified into other online businesses.

My public eMarketing board

My public eMarketing board

Where was social media then? Is social media the cause or a part of the cure?

Social media has nothing on these political disasters

Some good examples of Australian social media disasters

'Social media' is the only technology whose name includes complete instructions on how not to suck at it. The first word tells you not to be an asshole, an

Useful definitions of CPC, CPM, CTR. Trivia question - What domain is .ch?

Useful definitions of CPC, CPM, CTR. Trivia question - What domain is .

Facebook advertising is powering ahead in Australia

Facebook advertising is powering ahead in Australia

So much choice. So much noise. So much great stuff. So much crap!!

So much choice. So much noise. So much great stuff. So much crap!

This is about the best text I have found so far on SMM. Charlesworth is opinionated, a bit pompous, but insightful. I really like his thoughts on Technology Adoption Theory and it's (lack) of relevance to SM

This is about the best text I have found so far on SMM. Charlesworth is opinionated, a bit pompous, but insightful. I really like his thoughts on Technology Adoption Theory and it's (lack) of relevance to SM