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Tis nobler to have caught up with Ross Noble

Tis nobler to have caught up with Ross Noble

July 3, 2014 at 5:07 pm

I could spend forever describing what happened in the above video and the circumstances, but that would make me a slave to SEO. More than that, the video speaks for itself.

 
Another Accolade…

Another Accolade…

June 26, 2014 at 12:46 pm

Armistice Day – Silver Radio Winner – New York Festivals Here’s the scenario. It’s November 11 and it’s about to strike the 11th hour, and you’re listening to the radio. But wait… there’s nothing on. Where’s the news? Or why isn’t Adele singing about rolling deep for the umpteenth time […]

 
The Folly of the Freebie

The Folly of the Freebie

June 10, 2014 at 11:37 am

Admit it. You’ve been seduced by the lure of free. There exists a  notion that giving something away somehow press gangs a lead into submission. Furnish them with your service or product at no charge and quicker than you can spout an unconvincing elevator pitch, they’ve been blinded by the […]

 
Preferred Supplier – preferred by whom?

Preferred Supplier – preferred by whom?

June 9, 2014 at 12:41 pm

Thankyou for your enquiry, but we do have a preferred suppliers list. This list is reviewed occasionally although we are tied in for at least the next couple of years. There’s a good chance you’ve faced this crushing response when trying desperately to forge new contacts, fresh openings and entrepreneurial […]

 
Podcasting – could do better

Podcasting – could do better

May 30, 2014 at 10:44 am

It’s reminiscent of a school report, but some podcasts really do need to stay behind after the bell has rung. I’d love to strike a line of red pen through some productions with a gigantic “No!”. It pains me to say it, but much of the podcasting world has no […]

 
Jonny Wilkinson – What business needs to learn

Jonny Wilkinson – What business needs to learn

May 22, 2014 at 3:15 pm

“And Jonny Wilkinson drops for World Cup glory !”  Metronomic were his kicks, brave his defending. This week, the epoch defining number 10 laid out his retirement plans. I don’t envisage for a moment that we’ll see Jonny perusing the tungsten tipped screws in B&Q, or poring over a jumbo […]

 
The great video disconnect

The great video disconnect

May 12, 2014 at 12:18 pm

Audience. Or the absence of it. I dare say my bugbear,soapbox and gear-grinder rolled into one. It will be the death of me. I’m fully aware that I allow myself to be far too affected by the emerging chasm that imposes an increasing stranglehold over online video. It’s not so […]

 
Not so social social media

Not so social social media

April 30, 2014 at 10:26 am

Some days I have to really hold my tongue. Or keyboard. Or pen. The great unspoken doctrine of social media is that you must be kind. Be nice – embrace the opposition, share other people’s ill formed opinions and promote the undeserving. Distribute your virtual hugs generously and play to […]

 
The things you do in the name of podcasting

The things you do in the name of podcasting

April 29, 2014 at 5:01 pm

Impersonating Tony Blackburn whilst trying to make a list of sports books sound funny. Now there’s a blog opening line I didn’t expect to write. However, that’s exactly what I’ve been doing for a fair slab of the afternoon. We’re aiming to impress a potential client with some trial podcasts […]

 
A friday pep talk for podcasting

A friday pep talk for podcasting

April 25, 2014 at 3:44 pm

The workmanlike requirement to produce conveyor belts of content is, I realise, something that can prod your conscience on occasion. How often have you thought of the blog you didn’t write and felt a pang? I’d freely admit that over the Easter break, there is a noticeable let up in […]