Tag Archives: blogging

Straight talking advice for Grads who want to be an Account Planner – part 2

Looking through my old blog posts recently, I came across this one from two years ago, dolling out some (very) straight talking advice for Graduates who fancied a career as an Account Planner. On reflection, I think I missed out a fairly important point, so [...]
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the lack of Lady Bloggers

Amelia over at Life Moves Pretty Fast as been writing about the lack of Lady Bloggers out there (not to mention Lady Conference Speakers and Lady Awards Judges), especially in the digital/tech arena. Amelia’s question is: are women just less good at [...]
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Note to PR execs – my blog is not free advertorial and it would help if you actually bothered to read it

I’ve obviously arrived (in blogosphere terms) as emails have started turning up from PR agencies looking for coverage. Today’s missive is a classic case of how-not-to-do-it: • They left a comment on my ‘about’ page rather than sending me an email [...]
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if campaigns go Stealth, what are we going to blog about?

There’s been a lot of fuss this week on t’interweb about whether Ad X is a ripoff (or homage) to Ad Y and if Campaign Z is actually any good. But what are we all going to blog about when all this media fragmentation, CRM and digital malarky [...]
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Its a nasty (virtual) world out there

Two of my favourite bloggers have recently been subjected to unprovoked attacks online.  I’m not going to link to them because a) that would fan the flames and b) some of the material intended to upset these bloggers is not nice to put it mildly. [...]
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Blogging 2.0

I use bloglines to keep track of my favourite blogs.  Its fab and user friendly, but I’ve found myself rationing how many blogs I subscribe to – keeping them down to just enough to fit on one screen.  If I want to add a new one, something has to go.  [...]
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