Stickers a better tool for advertising with a short…
Added by Gliroy Farnandez on May 28, 2010 at 11:40 —
Hi, for all facebook users I recommend looking at your new privacy settings via the account option.
For those of you who are interested to read more about the changes, this article on the Guardian website is pretty comprehensive.
Keep your information safe!
Added by Chris Lunn on May 27, 2010 at 13:00 —
Having had some experience with Youth Charities & after having a Q&A session at my old university I realized that I really did want to do something useful and that concentrated on offering some young people in my… Continue
Added by Carli Adby on May 27, 2010 at 10:00 —
As you'll see from our Networking Groups section we have a range of groups for you to join in with online (for free) and keep up-to-date with other members and discussions etc.
I've pulled together a summary of the current groups and I recommend clicking in to the ones which catch your eye and joining them asap! If you would like to see your group featured, you can do so via the 'Add A Group' link towards… Continue
Added by Chris Lunn on May 27, 2010 at 8:00 —
The majority of web traffic is driven by the major commercial search engines – Yahoo!, Bing, MSN, and Google. If your site cannot be found by search engines or your content cannot be
put into their databases, you miss out on the incredible opportunities
available to websites provided via search – people who want what you
have visiting your site.
Whether your site provides content, services, products or information, search engines are a primary method of navigation for… Continue
Added by Richard Woods on May 26, 2010 at 15:47 —
The newly approved Digital Economy Act 2010 (Act) is set to amend Intellectual Property legislation by:
- Reducing online infringement of copyright;
- Increasing to £50,000 fines for all intellectual property offences for online and offline copyright infringement;
- Providing the…
Added by Dr Maria Anassutzi on May 24, 2010 at 18:37 —
I do a thrifty Thursday on my blog, a day dedicated to finding useful bits of info, chit chat, news or views online that I am interested in that week and think you good people may be too. Quite relevant to me at the moment is writing copy as I am re-writing my 'all about me' paragraph and basically all text that goes anywhere related to my business, so this is what I… Continue
Added by Carli Adby on May 17, 2010 at 13:07 —
...If you don't know about this yet or have not ordered your free tickets then check out the Business Start Up show taking place on May 21st / 22nd May in London. It has seriously loads for small and medium business's and is sponsored by Lloyds TSB.
I'll be there....camera in hand!
Hope to see some of you… Continue
Added by Carli Adby on May 12, 2010 at 22:14 —
I got involved with my local residents association and photographed a Barn Dance and Mayfayre....i know of a quite a few other local business's who got involved and offered their support so check out the pictures below for your overview of the event....lots of fun, laughter, dogs and wine!…
Added by Carli Adby on May 12, 2010 at 12:47 —
We all know that an increasing amount of economic activity is being conducted on the net. Regardless of the variations of the international economy, large profits are being made online. A decade after the bursting of the dot.com bubble, the tactics being deployed by online firms have become increasingly sophisticated. Along with the corporate giants and medium-sized enterprises making money on the net, entrepreneurs and small firms are also making the most of some of the… Continue
Added by Cheryl Howard on May 11, 2010 at 13:20 —
Hi friends, I would like to share with all of you a recent High Court defamation case, which highlights the potential legal consequences of social networking for ISPs and the provisions of “hosting defence”.
Currently, Internet Service Providers can claim exemption from liability due to:
- Regulation 19 of the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002, which gives an Exemption from Liability for Unlawful Content to Information Society Service Providers…
Added by Dr Maria Anassutzi on May 9, 2010 at 10:57 —
I read a fantastic blog post this morning by a sale coach and strategist Doyle Slayton. He talked about the big issue we all have in times of economic downturn, and that is PRICE.
Doyle says that it’s unrealistic to think that price doesn’t play a factor. Everything hinges on the prospect’s pain, need, and/or their perception of your company’s brand/reputation.
Pain – If the prospect is happy with… Continue
Added by Richard Woods on May 5, 2010 at 10:34 —
I have recently attended a marketing and sales event highlighting the benefits of marketing and of social networking as a way of creating a network of friends and finding support (whether for personal or business related matters).
However, just as it happened in 2000 with the e-commerce boom, what we do not hear about is the legal issues anyone using or providing a social networking site should consider.
So I thought it would help if I shared… Continue
Added by Dr Maria Anassutzi on April 30, 2010 at 17:00 —
No, this is not a blog post about political parties and your voting preferences. It's about reflecting on how our personality and our preferences for the way in which we work, live our lives, and communicate impacts on others and how they see us.
As an MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator) Practitioner I have been facinated by the recent debates by the Party Leaders, not only because of the election, but also because of the analysis by personality and body language experts. If… Continue
Added by Ian Wooler on April 30, 2010 at 15:53 —
Absolute bargain - for social media sites
In response to lots of demand for a professional studio photoshoot I have now booked some space at Danesfield Business Continue
Biscotti meeting on May…
Added by sue reeves on April 30, 2010 at 10:58 —
I've just received an email from 4networking telling me to watch this
tomorrow and I urge all of you to do the same - if you do miss it you
should be able to catch it on BBC iplayer.
I've seen Brad
speaking at an event previously and he's a fantastic character and you
can't fault his energy and desire when you look at how 4networking has
come to the forefront of the networking in a very short space in time. By his… Continue
Added by Chris Lunn on April 28, 2010 at 21:00 —
In these still uncertain times, a business may invest in creating its own intellectual property by way of inventing patents, registering trademarks or creating copyright or may decide that a safer option would be to invest in and… Continue
Added by Dr Maria Anassutzi on April 24, 2010 at 17:30 —
Intellectual Property (IP) rights are increasingly seen as a safe and popular market to invest in.
IP generates (extra) licensing revenues, when: (i) it is licensed out to third parties, (ii) it is asserted against potential infringers (who prefer paying royalties, than the exorbitant expense of IP litigation) and (iii) of course, it is used internally to achieve economies of scale and competitive advantage.
The increase in…
Added by Dr Maria Anassutzi on April 21, 2010 at 19:21 —
Ever increasing costs of maintenance, servicing and fuel prices for vehicles are placing financial burdens on individuals and businesses. It’s refreshing that Pinewood’s associates can save you up to 50% on these bills, using genuine manufacturers’ parts protecting warranties.
The service is aimed at individuals and businesses from one vehicle to… Continue
Added by Peter Morris on April 21, 2010 at 15:55 —
Talking about the Brochure Printing
for business promotional demands there's lots of kinds of types of brochures .From product brochures for the sales industry, to showcase brochures for the service industry & of coursework form brochures used as application forms for positive accounts & packages.
These types are named according to their specific purpose for which they are used. To guide you for brochure… Continue
Added by Gliroy Farnandez on April 21, 2010 at 14:24 —