Tinashe Nyaruwanga Social Media and Digital Marketing (Zimbabwe)

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MAY
09
2014

10 Reasons Why Social Media is not for You

  One of the most wondrous things seen at Google’s Complex is a real life Gigantic Dinosaur skeleton. Folklore has it that the founders Larry and Sergey put it there to remind Google staff that if they do not keep innovating they can become extinct like Dinosaurs. There is defini
MAY
08
2014

Who have Zimbabwe fastest growing Twitter profiles?

Twitter has always been a favorite of mine. On the 5th of March 2010  I joined Twitter, it was the second social media site I joined after Facebook and like many others who use the Twitter for the first time I was not really sure what it was and how to use it. After my first tweet, an
MAY
05
2014

4 Content Marketing Lessons from Big Brother Africa

Some Christians call it worldly, Cynics call it a sham, Traditionalists call it immoral but many entertainment enthusiasts in Africa say it is the best thing to ever happen to TV since African movies. Whatever your opinion, one thing is for certain, Big Brother has got Africa’s attent
APR
24
2014

5 Lessons from Top Bloggers in Zimbabwe

  From the time Evan Williams built a simple internal diary Website that he named blogger which allowed people without any computer-programming knowledge to create a Web-log or blog, the world of publishing has never been the same. Publishing up to that time consisted of only the
APR
15
2014

5 Key Elements of Econet’s Successful Facebook Contest

It only seems like yesterday when having a presence on Facebook for businesses was frowned upon and seen like child’s play during business hours. It was something that you did at your own spare time with your own resources. Fortunately, times are changing and Facebook is now the Holy
APR
05
2014

What was the first tweet of these Zimbabwean Influencers on Twitter

    From the time Jack Dorsey (co-founder of Twitter) sent out what is supposedly Twitter’s first tweet “Just setting up my twttr”, the social network has never been the same. It has inevitably become interwoven into the fabric of our society and has played a part in major e