Hitting the road with Momentum and Big Heart 750

The DigitLab team recently had the chance to work with Momentum on their Big Heart 750 initiative...


The internet world in 60 seconds

I was recently at a presentation where the presenter showed us this graphic. The graphic reveals a few interesting insights that we have been speaking about with our clients over the last year or so.


Wooing search engines with fresh content

Wake up and smell the fresh coffee! Or in this case, the fresh content...


Recruitment perks of a premium profile on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is without a doubt the leader in electronic recruiting.


DA dominates in digital space

The second formal website benchmarking survey of South African political parties was released today by World Wide Worx.


Banner advertising stats not matching Google Analytics?

I wrote about this on my blog a few weeks ago but thought it was worth sharing with our DigitLab clients. We often have clients asking why the traffic stats they get from google are so different to the traffic stats they get from their banner advertising service providers.


Is Obama thinking web 3.0? Are creating the connection?

Looking at the current Top websites visited in South Africa I was just blown away again while watching the Q&A session with Barack Obama at Facebook HQ. Every time i watch a webinar or an interview like this i just realise once again how technology has taken the world by storm. Even Obama cited Facebook in his January State of the Union speech as an example of innovative US companies that can help the world's richest country overcome its dreary present economic circumstances and "win the future" - according to a News 24 article.


Playing by the rules of the Consumer Protection Act

In a recent Memeburn article, Candice De Carvalho discusses how the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) will affect marketing across social networks, as well as online advertising and retailing in South Africa:


Get Your Head in the Game

On the off chance that you’ve been spelunking in a cave for the past two years, here’s what you’ve missed: Justin Bieber, the FIFA World Cup, a few other world events, and Foursquare!