Here Comes The Social Internet Bank!

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Money is important to us. Control over our life situation is too. But then, how can we possibly accept Internet banks as they are today. How can we possibly think that it’s okay to, say, not be able to get a visual overview analysis of our expenses and incomes? How can we possibly put up […]

SEO-Expert Simon Sundén to Honesty!

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Yesterday I cleared a desk for our new partner at Honesty who has his first day at the agency today. And this is not just any random guy, but one of Europe’s leading experts on SEO and search marketing, Simon Sundén. As many of you know, I’ve been quite frank in my criticism of the […]

Dagens Industri on Honesty

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We got a great article in Dagens Industri this morning by the way. Don’t quite understand the headline (Facebook is really only ONE interface to the world of many), but well written in every way. From what I can tell, the article can’t be found online, so pick up a copy of Dagens Industri if […]

Top SEO-Presentation From Simon Sundén

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Simon Sundén’s presentation on SEO was one of the best presentations of the entire SSWC-conference. Despite the fact that there was no projector for him to show his prepared presentation on, he still managed to present this fairly technical topic really well. Now his presentation is translated to English and presented on Slideshare. Oh, how […]

Friends, vanity and Nova Barakel

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There is a funny discussion going on about how people were fooled by the fictional Nova Barakel, who was really a marketing product for a new novel. Some people insist that you should only have “real friends” on FB, and not let people like this in, most seem to agree that this is really bad […]

Ohoy Sailors!

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All work and no play makes Walter a dull boy. And we don’t want that. I’m currently reloading the batteries out on a boat in the Stockholm archipelago, which is why you don’t get a lot of updates right now. But I am reading up on some interesting stuff and will be back soon with […]

Facebook Releases The Facephone!

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Okay, not really. But if they would? Think about this for a sec. Imagine an iPhoneish creation with Facebook pre-installed as the OS of the phone. You would have all phone numbers up to date all the time because everyone would be responsible for their own contact information. You would have the chat funktionality, the […]

Esomar WM3 2009

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This morning I spoke at Esomar WM3 – an amazing event with 150 delegates from 30 countries. After the event I had the privelege to chat with people from all around the globe from China, to USA, to Italy, to Switzerland, Slovenia, to Iran and beyond. Fantastic. I’m already looking forward seeing these people and […]

Google’s New Move to Kill Facebook

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Like Picasso, I paint in periods. While he had his periods like blue and pink, I have periods like the recent one on copyright policy, certain internet technologies, and psychology. If you are a long time reader of this blog, you might remember my Open Social and my Friend Connect periods. These are very exciting […]

Checkmate. Spofity Opens Up API To Developers.

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Finally it happened. Spotify released libspotify, thereby making it possible to develop third party applications to interact with the Spotify platform. I know we’ve all been talking about it since the start, and that it has been a long time ambition, but we were never quite sure if they would make the move or when. […]