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Why video hasn't worked for us ... yet

There is a fascinating Q&A in the New York Times Insider this week. (I’d link to it, but it’s part of the premier edition and you have to pay to see it.) It’s a discussion with Bruce Headlam, who is the newspaper’s managing editor for video. 448 more words


The Stages of Online Shopping.

I’ll admit it to everyone now. I’m an online shopping addict. Between books that I’m *definitely* going to read, clothes that Kate Moss would rival, gym-wear that will make the gym so much easier and household items that will make my life look like a Pinterest board, I’m hooked. 372 more words


Weighing up pros and cons of a FindMyPast subscription

I’ve been trying out a free 14-day trial with FindMyPast, prompted by them adding Staffordshire parish registers. My Moore ancestors came from there, before one family moved to West Yorkshire, and I’ve been keen to trace them more in parish registers. 889 more words


Write for the right reasons

Writing is something that flows through you, grammar aside, it’s the content that matters and that you can articulate what you need to, in the style that personifies you. 386 more words

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EBS Marketing Talk Portable Chargers

In the modern age, you’d be hard pressed to find somewhere which doesn’t have a point in which you can charge your phone, power your laptop or even plug in a pair of hair straighteners. 434 more words

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Turning a Website Platform to a Personal Stage

By: Morgan Brenner @morganbren 

You find a personal brand, you design your social media around that brand, but then what? Resumes tell future employers about work history and special talents but they don’t cover everything you may define yourself by. 384 more words


Winning customers by being consistent

I have learnt from my other business that relationships come first and sales follow. When you are developing a brand, it’s important to ensure that you remain consistent. 814 more words