Monthly Archives: September 2009
The 3rd a4uexpo will be taking place on the 13th and 14th October in London and as always it will rock. I’ll be taking part in 3 sessions this year (more details below) and will be joined by an amazing lineup of speakers and panelists. So, first of all, here’s what I’m taking part in: The Affiliate Doctors Live – Day 1, 12pm to 1pm Myself, Chris Garrett, Duncan Jennings and Dixon Jones will be offering frank advice on issues … Continue reading
Today I’m delighted to announce the launch of a new product that we’ve been working on for months now, namely the ContentNow.co.uk News service. As I’ve been saying for years now, fresh quality content is the most important factor you need to help your website climb the search engines. I’ve seen it happen hundreds of times, add unique content to your site on a regular basis and your search engine rankings will improve. The Content Now tailored news product is … Continue reading
Regular readers will know that I’m a big fan of Spotify, from when I first reviewed it in October last year right up until I reviewed the iPhone App a few weeks back. Since the iPhone and Google Android apps were released yesterday there has been some debate about the whole premium subscription model. I was chatting with a few people on Twitter about it this morning and decided to put down my thoughts and opinion in a blog post. … Continue reading
Back in February we saw the first ever Twestival. A fund raising event held in various locations around the world that raised over $250k for charity: water. From the Twestival site: What is a Twestival? A Twestival or Twitter-Festival is a global series of events organized by volunteers around the world under short timescales, which bring people offline for a great cause. Twestival is run 100% by volunteers and independently from any not-for-profit; although the organizing teams do work closely … Continue reading
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