Monthly Archives: July 2008

Digital helps Daily Mail after drop in advertising revenues

Yesterday’s Daily Telegraph, in an article headlined “Daily Mail owner says online helps offset fall in print advertising”, reports that Total advertising revenues at Associated were down 3pc, but that figure included growth in online advertising. When online is stripped … Continue reading

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How to live blog an event – part I

I am blogging live from a presentation by the Genie Group. Guy Sneesby, MD, and Martin Connolly, commercial director, both from Genie Group are here in our office showing us their kit which, they claim, can build a website in … Continue reading

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Why has Microsoft sent me a magazine?

How peculiar. Arriving in the post (remember that!), a full-colour magazine on glossy paper (and remember that!) called Microsft Connections in Communications. I cannot even find the address for a website within its pages. While Microsoft’s customers in the media … Continue reading

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How Twitter will make money

Great article in the Guardian this morning about Twitter from an interview with  founders Jack Dorsey and Evan Williams. Two points, one good, one not so good. 1. We now know how Twitter will try and make money [Williams] is toying with … Continue reading

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Radio 3 presenter Petroc Trelawny discovers blogs!

High profile radio present Petroc Trelawny – he is presenting the BBC Proms this year – has discovered the purpose and fun of blogs! As quoted in yesterday’s “My Media” column in Media Guardian. It’s great the way that it … Continue reading

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Growing pains of citzen journalism

@dedmond29alerts Twitterworld to an impassioned controversy concerning the role of moderators on an internet marketing news and discussion forum. Edward Lewis, who runs online marketing company SEO Consultants, has had his account at Sphinn terminated. Sphinn is a site for internet marketing … Continue reading

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What do Technorati’s rankings mean?

I have been fascinated by blog aggregator Technorati’s “rankings”. At first, it was to see where I stood which, over the two last weeks, appears to have been a rapidly moving feast. On July 9, I stood at 1,502,798, on … Continue reading

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