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Author Archives: Janet Harkin
In the second of my week of infographics here’s one I like about customer surveys. In the olden days marketers used use postal surveys, people in the street with clipboards and inserts in newspapers and magazines as tactics to garner opinon from … Continue reading
I have long been a fan of the very wonderful Copyblogger and love to keep tabs on their latest inbound marketing advice. One of my favourite recent posts is this infographic with some useful reminders about keeping your WordPress blog in … Continue reading
Failte Ireland, the national tourism development agency for Ireland, is creating a new driving route along the west coast called The Wild Atlantic Way, to be launched in 2013. Ambitions for the route are high with the intention that it will rival Australia’s … Continue reading
My day invariably starts with the flick of a switch and the glow of this lamp. No need for an alarm clock on a normal day as the two human versions tend to be very reliable. Mornings are busy in any … Continue reading