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Google Mobile SEO penalties on the way.

June 20, 2013 by


Time to get your act together. If you are not delivering SEO best practices in mobile you could soon witness major decreases in traffic to your Websites from smartphones resulting from the changes Google is making to ranking mobile search results. Google has decided to take a stronger stance on mobile SEO, stating last week […]

In the year 2013 the Mobile revolution continues unabated

February 8, 2013 by


So according to Gartner this is the year mobile phones are set to overtake PCs as the web access device worldwide and the number of smartphones will exceed 1.82 billion worldwide. Also according to Gartner Windows Phone 7 will overtake iOS by 2015. This, however, is something I just can’t get to grips with. Maybe […]

Sodexo’s Mobile Recruitment Strategy Recognised With Multiple Awards

November 15, 2012 by


Sodexo’s mobile recruitment strategy was recognised by two organisations for its forward thinking approaches to talent acquisition in an increasingly competitive labour market, and its pioneering adoption of innovation and technology to attract and retain diverse, top talent in an increasingly mobile, digital world. Workforce Management Magazine cited Sodexo as the winner of the 2012 Optimas […]

Recovery, Mobile, Social – South Africa Recruitment Round-up

March 17, 2011 by


Last week was the CareerJunction Information Exchange – CJiX – in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is the 2nd year CJiX has run and was highly informative and full of interesting people. The big topics were economic recovery, social recruiting and mobile recruiting. As a visitor from Europe who is also familiar with the US market, it was very […]

Out with the old, in with the new

February 2, 2011 by


5 years ago the smart phone world was very different. A lot has changed in the mobile sector in a very short time. Nokia, the inventor of the smartphone, Ericsson and Blackberry were out their as leaders in 2006. The old PDAs from Palm and Compaq / Microsoft had merged with the mobile. Then on the […]

Introducing: The BlackBerry PlayBook

September 28, 2010 by


BlackBerry have finally quashed all of the rumours and speculations that have been flying around over the past few months with the introduction of the BlackBerry PlayBook, which they have hailed as “the first professional tablet” at their Developer Conference in San Francisco. The industry is expecting tablets to take off significantly in the next […]

What we Learned at the BlackBerry 2010 Developer Conference

September 28, 2010 by


On the 27th September 2010 BlackBerry kick started its Developer Conference in San Francisco. The Keynote gave us some interesting BlackBerry stats to sink our teeth into: BlackBerry have 50 million active subscribers worldwide. 115 Million BlackBerry Smartphones have been sold. BlackBerry is the Number 1 smartphone in The Netherlands, UK and North America. There […]

Google, Nokia and BlackBerry – Mobile News this Week

September 9, 2010 by


BlackBerry BlackBerry have announced via their official Twitter account that the BlackBerry AppWorld has reached a new milestone with over 10,000 apps: “BlackBerry #AppWorld is 10,000 apps strong and growing – what apps do you love?” Via @Blackberry (Twitter) Nokia The official date for the Nokia N8 has been announced for the UK as Friday […]

60% of Apps are Free in Android Market

September 6, 2010 by


A report released by app store analytics provider Distimo has shown that Google’s Android Market has the largest share of free applications when compared with other mobile app stores. The findings, from July 2010, show that 60% of the apps in the Android Market were free of charge. This figure has increased by 3% from […]

BlackBerry App World: Reloaded

August 23, 2010 by


RIM have unveiled a new, updated version of the BlackBerry App World, the imaginatively titled, BlackBerry App World 2.0; which was made available to users on Friday. The new App World has a few significant updates which includes new pricing structures for apps. Where previously paid for BlackBerry Apps would cost you a hefty  $2.99, […]