Category Archives: social media

Clawing back creativity

So it has been a real long time between posts. Time and time again I read some amazing articles, and have amazing ideas about what I’m reading, but I never seem to find the space and time to have more than … Continue reading

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Learning to play

Are you one of the 9 million + people who have shared one of the latest quirky wall posts doing the rounds of Facebook? I didn’t share it, but I must admit to thinking that the photos two parents took … Continue reading

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The internet popularity contest

I’ve been thinking a bit about the internet as a marketing tool recently. I’ve got a lot out of writing this blog – it has really renewed my passion for writing and engaging with ideas beyond those I have to … Continue reading

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The death of the drop in

Hands up who has had someone they know knock on their door in the last year without prior notice that they were coming? Dropping by, calling in… Call it what you will… it’s dying out. It’s a really interesting aspect … Continue reading

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Friends and Followers

If you’ve never written a blog before, one thing that is interesting about it, is that programs like WordPress provide you with a whole bunch of stats about your blog. You can find out how many people have visited your … Continue reading

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