Monthly Archives: January 2009
On 17 October 2008, Lord Carter, the minister for communications, technology and broadcasting, began work on a report dubbed “Digital Britain”. The idea was to create an action plan that would secure the UK’s place ‘at the head’ of the new media age. There is more about this action plan here and here. Released today, […]
The best complaint letter ever. Sent to Richard Branson @ Virgin
In a rare UK presentation Seth Godin will present on how marketers must go beyond attracting eyeballs to tightening the interconnection and deepening commitment with their clients and staff alike. You can read more about it here and buy tickets here. In addition to his presentation, as usual Seth will lead a dynamic Q and […]
Although this is only likely to be relevant to my UK readers, I’ll post it all the same. Its also not very B2B’ish, so my humble apologies….. As you can see Compare The Market‘s campaign Compare The Meerkat is getting some funny PPC tactics applied to it by rival Confused.com. Nice work.
Digital guru Clay Shirky gives Guardian writer Tom Teodorczuk his media forecast for 2009 – taking in the role of newspapers, books and magazines and TV. Some Soundbites Newspapers: “The 500-year-old accident of economics occasioned by the printing press – high upfront cost and filtering happening at the source of publication – is over.” Books […]