If I’d have told you 24 hours ago that The Guardian were the UK newspaper that used Twitter most effectively, you’d have believed me.
And then came the #guardianexclusive. Oh, well done Guardian Sport. To quote another sporting foot-shooter, “take a bow, son.”
Someone wants to make money blogging. So they write a blog about how they think they can make money blogging. The next person latches on, swallows down the original idea and deposits a version onto their blog, drained of even more charm, originality and quality….
Anyone who reads Econsultancy might well have noticed a recent post about a startup called Twadges. The firm promises to provide Twitter users with Foursquare style badges to mark any notable “achievements” in a user’s lifetime. Now I don’t know which badges they will be offering, but I’ve had a few ideas. And here’s a […]
I’m fine with people leaving comments here because they want a link, so long as they contribute to the conversation. However, if you’re just copy and pasting from a generic template, you’re not getting added. If you copy and paste in your multiple choice template and forget to delete as applicable, you won’t get a […]
Make sure you read this quickly. I’m not sure how long it’ll stay up before the CIA, Illuminati and those Lizard Men that David Icke dribbles about will find this and shut it down.
The information I have to share with you is so sensitive, I dare not put it on the front page of my website. So check who’s standing behind you, run your spyware filter and prepare to clear your cache.
I’m from Salford. I pronounce market as “mar-ki’.” My significant other is from Hale Barns and pronounces market as “marr-kit”. That’s about 15 miles. Now I’m no expert on Eastern European pronunciation, but I think that pronunciation will be as markedly different in Talin and Astana as it is in Brussels and Lisbon.
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