Why Cameron’s snap decision holds lessons for PR teams | Earlin’ PR abuse

Agencies should do more to extoll the virtues of quality, regularly updated and more expansive photography to their clients, perhaps to the extent of having a line item for it in all of their plans. It should be a primary consideration for every announcement, not a bolt-on a few days before. Not just for major … Continue reading Why Cameron’s snap decision holds lessons for PR teams | Earlin’ PR abuse

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Don’t buy anything from cheapbatteryshop.co.uk or emerald48s because they are scammers

Before you buy, shop around. Not just for the best deal, but for the honest deal. And if you find dishonest deals, by dishonest dealers, then make sure you warn people about it. I've been 'had' twice recently. Cheapbatteryshop.co.uk are scammers Cheapbatteryshop.co.uk sold me a dud battery (you don't have to click that link, in … Continue reading Don’t buy anything from cheapbatteryshop.co.uk or emerald48s because they are scammers

The Universal Process™. Or: the Gartner Hype Cycle of Life

Life. Work. Birth. Death. And everything in between. Read on. I wrote some time ago about the process of writing. Unless I'm writing for myself - that is, when I had time for 'recreational writing', or even blogging for that matter - I tend to procrastinate. I sit in front of the monitor surrounded by … Continue reading The Universal Process™. Or: the Gartner Hype Cycle of Life