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SIPA UK Congress 2009

June 10, 2009 by


Details for the upcoming SIPA congress, which will take place in London on Wednesday 8th July, were recently sent through to me. SIPA is an abbreviation for the Specialised Information Publishers Association. It aims to serve publishers and providers of specialised information – such as online publications, newsletters and directory services. This year’s congress is […]

Getting back to work

June 3, 2009 by


I’m finally back in the UK after a big sailing expedition from the Caribbean to Newport, Rhode Island (via Bermuda).  You’ll be pleased to know we survived the Bermuda Triangle and after a monster 1500 nautical mile trip, Gulf Streams and rolling fog, it’s good to get back to work and reality. Really! Beers A […]

Get your TweeterTags here

April 7, 2009 by


TweeterTags has been launched today. It’s a new website which enables Twitter users to tag themselves with their relevant interests so they can find and follow other people more easily. You can register you Twitter profile here. It’s worth checking out, particularly if you’re trying to find people in your community of “business media” for […]

TFM : Technology for marketing and advertising

February 18, 2009 by


If you’re heading down to TFM next week, here are our top speaker picks: Online advertising The future of affiliate marketing Making Money with social media – turning clients into brand evangelists Digital marketing Email marketing that delivers real results – real life tips from industry leading brands Unleashing the power of […]

The future is social business media

February 12, 2009 by


We recently attended a call with Forrester Research which looked at how companies can incorporate social media into their business. Spend on social networking is forecast to grow and company websites will become more open. Just look at what Intel has created. Its community site features everything from forums and radio, to blogs and video. […]

Linkedin secures £14 million in additional funding

October 23, 2008 by


Image via CrunchBase Linkedin, the business social networking site, has secured an additional £14 million of funding from Goldman Sachs, the financial giant, and McGraw-Hill, the publisher. Also interesting to note that technology company SAP is getting in on the act with funding. Related articles by Zemanta LinkedIn raises another $22.7 million