Crazy Like A Fox

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Ode to a Google Web-Bot Part 3: In for a penny…

Hi everyone. As per my musings in an earlier post, please find attached a copy of the original “Ode To A Google Web-Bot” for your reading and down-loading pleasure. Click on the thumbnail opposite to view a larger version. The second (edited and expurgated) version is still with the original post that accompanied it – I have decided […]

A Sea of Opinion

How do you measure opinion? And by you, I mean YOU – the person who owns the eyeballs scanning these words. How do you – personally – manage the oceans of opinion the whole world is currently floating on? With the rise of digital media, has come a tsunami of opinions. You probably have a […]

Ode to a Google Web-Bot Part 2: An interesting request…

Hi everyone. 🙂 I’ve had a few requests now for me to re-post the original, cheekier version of my Haiku protest to Google. Frankly I am severely tempted to do so, but also a little hesitant. I’ll sit and reflect on those requests for a while, and make a decision shortly. Stay tuned…

Ode to a Google Web-bot (…as written by an irate word-smith).

Like a lot of writers – I have a covert love of poetry, and an overt love of language. Like a lot of marketers – I have to accommodate the minutiae of Google’s inscrutable whims into my work, whether I want to or not (…Google is now so powerful, if I want to reach my audience […]

PORTFOLIO: New Examples Of Our Work…

For those who have been wondering what else I’ve been up to over the last few years, you can find a more recent copy of our creative portfolio on our corporate Behance page. Feel free to wander over and have a gander for yourself. (NB: Behance is a website dedicated to creative individuals, and to creative […]

One Big Reason Why I Became A Creative… (And Why Great Content Never Ages).

  This is a true story – but it really doesn’t sound like one. You have every right to doubt me, and I don’t blame you if you do… but I swear on everything I hold sacred, these events happened just as described! When I was eight years old, my grandparents lived in Mount Pleasant in […]

Do You Remember ‘The Long Tail’? …Turns Out There’s A Sting In It!

I’d like to ask my readers a marketing-related question that’s been bugging me for weeks.  I’m asking you this question because you’re the only ones on Earth who can answer it: “Why did the visitation stats on this website go up after I stopped making regular updates?”   This small, humble, horribly-neglected little blog consistently received more visits over 24 solid […]

Back From The Dead – (…Without All That Nasty Zombie Business.)

Hello everyone!! 🙂 It’s good to see you again. I’ve been neglecting this blog horribly for three years straight – but I’m back from the virtual dead, with plenty to speak about and discuss with you. It feels good being back here and discussing this stuff again – hopefully you feel much the same. So what was I doing all […]

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