Apr 27, 2015

Several factors determine what goes viral on social media. To increase the chances of your content going viral experts will recommend that you focus on current events and trends, be controversial, make a video, use popular keywords and tags or even start a contest. Also, getting noticed on social media by a celebrity will help your chances.
One of the most prominent of those viral factors is humour.  And even #Potus, the President of the United States of America, knows how to get a laugh on and go viral:

Mar 10, 2015

Jamaicans are very expressive. And the Internet is just another medium to share their many expressions. There are lots of videos showing Jamaican culture in a fun and entertaining way while others mock current affairs issues.

Here are a few of the popular ones:

Lesa Anna & Father How Long - Beauty and the Priest


Feb 25, 2015

The advance of mobile technology has turned the bleak future of the offline retail industry completely on its head. Yes, customers are continuing to shop online, but increasingly they’re using the internet to enhance the offline shopping experience.
The future of shopping isn’t online or off. It’s both.

Feb 03, 2015

Jamaica’s Miss Universe Kaci Fennell sell off social media during the contest, and not only from Jamaican users either. We were her big supporters, of course, but the surprise was the overwhelming response and support globally. Here’s a roundup of some of those moments:

1. From USA Today

2. From E! News

Dec 30, 2014

Much of the news, events, happenings and gossip got their buzz via social media this year. Here are a few local and international items that created online frenzies.