Category: AOM Blog

Business data is probably the most valuable and important tool for any business. It’s used for reporting, forecasting, hiring, firing, development, growth and a multiplex of other functions. In fact, a business without data is well, not very useful. A…

Facebook has released all its free design tools to the public in a repository called Design Resources.  Here, you can use Facebook’s proprietary Origami tool and use iOS 9 graphical user interface templates, you can even gain access to blank image…

Social media, a hero’s tool

Most people are aware of the flooding that is currently happening in South Carolina USA. It is a terrible situation for any community to have to endure. Watching possessions and homes flood and be ruined must be not only frustrating…

Will social media ever be as annoying as people with Bluetooth headsets?

It’s a question that was raised after reading an article on Wired which focused on the evolution of how people communicate using technology. In one instance the article refers to how annoying it was when the Bluetooth head set came…

This weekend provided one of the greatest upsets in Rugby union history. Japan beat the 2 time world cup winners, the Springboks. The odds were heavily stacked against Japan and many of the people who bet on Japan to win…

In the world as we know it today very few facets of life have been left untouched by the effects of social media. From the entrepreneur on the streets to global politics, social media has an influence on what we…

It’s no secret that social media generates a colossal amount of data every day. Facebook for example generates five times the amount of data the New York stock exchange does on a daily basis and Twitter twelve times that. The…

Spring is in the air. We can hardly believe it but it’s that time of the year again, when we all get a bee in our bonnet and start our spring cleaning. For most people this means cleaning out the…

We were asked an interesting question this week, which emotion is the best/worst to convey on social media platforms? What a great question. Happiness, sadness, anger, and disappointment, we see or are at least aware of these emotions in some…

Think back to when you went to your first party at varsity or the first time you went out after receiving your first pay check. You felt good, looked hot and probably matched the “in” trend back then didn’t you?…