Imagine for a moment that every time a print request hits your desk you just make ONE phone call or email – and you have complete confidence that it will be taken away, sorted correctly, efficiently, on time and on … Continue reading How a good print broker can help with these 3 common problems
If you want to raise your profile, gain more leads, have more promotional opportunities, be right up to date with what’s going on in Woking, there is simply no more cost effective way of doing so. We have a great … Continue reading Why join Woking Chamber of Commerce?
For the last year I have been watching with interest the UK Column’s YouTube channel as they bring to the attention of those who care to listen, the failings of our current systems… This week they were left with no … Continue reading What’s happening to free speech in the UK?
Late yesterday afternoon I received a tweet @windsordaily from @muddybootsmusic telling me about a new England song they’d written, produced & animated… Could it be “England’s Year” & even your year? Read on… Reminded me of a pal of mine … Continue reading Rolling out your marketing strategy…
I was in Maps4News.com world yesterday and when you apply some simple logic, it’s very apparent that we, as people, love Maps… BUT WHY? Figured I need to put a call out so went over to Twitter and got drawn … Continue reading Why do we love MAPS?
Have you been to Sochi in Russia where the 2014 Olympics are being held? Tell us your stories in the comments section below… if online, share links to your stories… happy for those in Sochi to join in 😉 If … Continue reading 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia
Maps4News have produced a great piece of software that allows sub-editors to add maps easily to their news pages. Here are 17 examples of how newspapers are using maps… Review these examples of how newspapers are using maps and as … Continue reading How are newspapers using maps?
First job of a citizen journalist in the morning, check what’s in the news so you don’t look like a blogger… second job, check what your job title is this week 😉 With my new fangled site attracting the attention … Continue reading Citizen Journalism is the new Blogging isn’t it?
Picture is of One Direction’s biggest fan… sorry no, that’s my biggest fan, my mum! @onedirection now have 16,669,943 fans because I just started to follow them… so I can listen & learn how their agency use it to nudge … Continue reading 2014 Twitter Strategy : You need to be heading in One Direction
“Oh yes it does…” “Oh, no it doesn’t…” “Oh yes…” Well it is the Panto season 😉 When Camelot, The National Lottery, was bought out by a Canadian Pension Fund for £389 million in 2010 it pushed a few of … Continue reading Making healthy connections in Berkshire doesn’t have to be a lottery…
Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Maria Miller announced Hull as the UK City of Culture 2017, beating Leicester, Swansea Bay and Dundee to the title. Hull was on my patch when I worked for Nestle back in … Continue reading Putting HULL’s Digital Agencies well and truly on the MAP
News journalists from around the world would be interested in this story as it appears to be targeting the French media… we’ll not know till the man responsible is found… When a news story breaks it’s advantageous for the readers … Continue reading International news story breaks in Paris yesterday…