Jon Davey,winner of Social Media Week’s Social Media Personality of the Year, lives in Windsor and in 2002 launched Business in Berkshire as a vehicle for local businesses to boost awareness of their products and services.
I love his enthusiasm, the hustle and bustle of all of his sites and his friendly, easy to read style. What do you think? Use the comment box to let us know your thoughts etc.
Jon writes .. Since the launch of our content management system in 2004, hundreds of local businesses joined in but 99% failed to add regular content to their BinB web space, so have not made the most of its potential. The few that listened have generated thousands of pounds worth of revenue… one over £100,000!
The website still commands a great deal of SEO power and we are happy to share that power with our business partners.
Through a process of trial and error, I have worked out new ways to maximise awareness of your business using online marketing & social media engagement… I am happy to share my thoughts with you as a one off meeting or alternatively, you may choose to engage me on a more regular basis… take a look at a couple of options over on my Social Media Directors website.
What is normal for the Chinese economy – and for the Chinese consumer? Can anyone know for sure? On a macro level, headline GDP growth is dropping from the heady days of the mid-2000s, although this appears to represent a slow, steady shift to a more balanced economy based on greater domestic consumption.
Meanwhile, the growth of luxury products in the Chinese market continues to increase but in an ever fluctuating way.
The teacher gave her fifth grade class an assignment: Get their parents to tell them a story with a moral at the end of it.---The next day, the kids came back and, one by one, began to tell their stories.
There were all the regular types of stuff: Spilled milk and pennies saved. But then the teacher realized, that only Janie was left."Janie, do you have a story to share?"
After World War II, an American soldier was going back to London from the front. He was on a very crowded train, and was looking for a seat, but the only empty one was next to an older lady, and she had her pet poodle on it. He said, “Please, madam, I'm very tired. May I please sit here?”