<tl:dr> Using SSL for your website on WordPress is great, but has a downside if you’re using Twitter cards to make your social stuff look purdy, images don’t show. Hooking in to a filter on the hugely popular WordPress SEO… [read more]
<tl;dr> Twitter buttons stopped showing how many times a page is shared damaging social proof and potentially their own growth. The count is down On 20, November 2015 millions, if not billions, of Twitter buttons stopped displaying the numbers of… [read more]
And there goes the morning. If I could describe a deeply annoying start to the day, it would be thus: Wake up to discover that you’re offering your Twitter followers a sweet deal on Jordan’s (whatever the hell they/s/he is/are). Then follows a flood of tweets, direct messages, emails, text messages and the other half shouting across the room, “your Twitter account has been hacked”.
If, like me, you read the recent announcement that Google Analytics just added social tracking to their tool, you’ll probably be thinking, “Nice, I’d like to get me some of that social media analytics”.