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Bored of Blogging About Marketing – What’s Next?

| April 26, 2017 | 0 Comments

Have you ever read through a bunch of recent blog posts and realised you sound cross, crabby and intolerant? Whoops… reading back a few of my recent posts I’ve realised I’ve been exactly that. How come? A rummage around my brain reveals I’m actually bored of blogging about marketing and content creation. Bored of blogging […]

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Mad World – The Latest on Personal Data Privacy

| April 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s all go in data privacy land this week. Here are just three of the stories currently making waves in our digital world. Trump trashes data privacy for US citizens You thought our own ‘Snooper’s Charter’ was bad. Now there’s more. Donald Trump is at the centre of yet another scandal, this time concerning data […]

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First Impressions – Networking on LinkedIn

| March 30, 2017 | 0 Comments

I only have time to get involved with one social network at a time. The rest of my day I spend actually generating money. A couple of posts ago I talked about deserting Twitter after six years of fun, to try business-led networking on LinkedIn. A few weeks down the line it’s time for a review. […]

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It’s Scandalous – Tesco Finest Packaging Fail

| March 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

In this day and age, with recycling, re-purposing and waste reduction so crucially important, I’d expect big supermarket brands to minimise the amount of packaging they use. But a packet of Tesco Finest smoked salmon contains a shocking amount of pointless packaging, so much of the damned stuff that I found myself wondering just how ‘fine’ the […]

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The Telegraph Newspaper 1, Content Marketers 0

| March 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

The tiled roof of the summerhouse at our new home is smothered with beautiful, vivid green moss. It’s absolutely gorgeous and we’d love to keep it. With that in mind I thought it’d be wise to check whether the moss was causing any structural damage. One Google search later, I realised the information was going […]

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