Monthly Archives: July 2010

August's Goodie Pack

29 July 2010
You're in for an extra special treat this August, not only have we done our regular desktop calendar wallpaper for your Mac's and PC's, we've also put the design onto wallpapers for the iPod Touch, iPhone 3G, iPhone 4 and iPad - PLUS a fun printable Cut 'n' Stick PDF if your fingers are a bit itchy and in need of some creativity this weekend! Choose the desired format you wish to download: ↓ Desktop calendar wallpapers (2MB) ↓ iPad...
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You Big Bully, Twitter!

29 July 2010
Remember the weird ginger kid at school (probably called Trevor) who used to walk round with his books in a briefcase?  If that wasn't you then the chances are you would have been one of the kids who quite rightly hurled abuse at the fiery haired suitcase carrying outcast.  Look at him, walking around on his own - the big weirdo.  What are you carrying round in your briefcase, Trev? Your sense of SHAME?  To those already getting angry at...
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How the King of Shaves Groomed Me (as a customer)

26 July 2010
I had a rather nice customer experience recently on Twitter. Let me set a scene: I've been looking for a new razor to get rid of the fluff from my baby face. I've been a Gillette Fusion man for years, but with cartridges now costing about a tenner for just four refills, shaving with them has become an expensive proposition. Looking for an alternative, I happened across King of Shaves' AZOR razor. At about half the price of the Fusion I thought...
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The Times and its paywall

26 July 2010
The Times paywall has been in full flow for almost a month now and analytics sites have gathered lots of data to see how the experiment for paid content has fared. Experian Hitwise, a web metrics company, showed that two thirds of The Times and Sunday Times' web traffic had disappeared since the mandatory paywall went up in June. Strategists at The Times did expect to lose 90% of its readership so keeping a third of its readers was actually...
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Five best SME Facebook business pages from up North

22 July 2010
We wanted to steer clear of the Pringles, Adidas, Starbucks and Coca-colas – don’t get me wrong their Facebook pages are a triumph but they’re never ending marketing budget and millions of fans come part and parcel with their brand and popularity. We want to show you some great SME’s that are using Facebook well to drive sales. Take a look at our five favourites from up North. Hopefully they will give any business starting out on...
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Fluid Update De-Luxe

21 July 2010
De-Luxe is a unique management company specialising in providing bespoke solutions for ‘direct to consumer’ projects with a well established client base including Manchester City Football Club, Bench, Ted Baker, Fila, Berghaus and many more. They are a fun and forward thinking young company that not only operate retail outlets and ‘pop-up’ stores for brands but will also organise events and develop and manage e commerce trading. De-luxe...
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