You know how every group of friends has that annoying idiot that everyone tries to avoid? That obnoxious fool that thinks they’re really cool, but everyone else thinks they’re a loser?
We have a long-running joke in our house that if we go food shopping straight after work, I have to take my boyfriend a snack to have in the car so he doesn’t go completely batshit and buy everything in the supermarket.
And I mean everything. Things we usually wouldn’t dare have in the house are suddenly overflowing out of the shopping cart and into our faces.
For every hand there is a glove.
The problem is, all the other glove-sellers are constantly trying to get you to buy their gloves instead, and other people keep recommending a whole load of other gloves that just don’t fit you at all.
In my previous entry, I discussed how a blogger could utilize Brandwatch to help in content management. Based on my personal experience with the social measurement tool, I devised the following solutions that would enable me to create content that could increase my content’s relevance on the web:
Summers span decades. Winters can last a lifetime. The struggle for the Iron Throne has begun.
Game of Thrones is one of the hottest series on the planet right now. Having just finished its fourth series, and with a further run already commissioned, the show continues to grow in popularity and success.