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by on September 1, 2013


Important news for B2B marketers : Make full use of reader tracking of your articles in theMarketingblog (Shaken) combined with bespoke email campaigns (Stirred)

by on August 30, 2013

A brand new service from theMarketingblog designed to turn interest in your content into worthwhile new orders. Better still - we are linking up with StrategyMix to give you even more leads

The objective is to combine results obtained from the reader tracking on multiple articles appearing in (Shaken) with bespoke result-driven email campaigns to (a) the prospects generated via themarketingblog and (b) your current database via our partner StrategyMix (Stirred).  It’s explained in more depth here

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by on August 16, 2013


Who else wants a FREE 21-page social media guide which helps you start generating leads and revenue from your social media efforts?

by on May 28, 2013

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Octaspring Research / Revealed – Strangest and most wacky places people have slept

by on May 14, 2013

Revealed: The Top 10 Strangest Sleeping Spots

To celebrate the end of this year’s National Bed Month, the innovative mattress brand, Octaspring, has commissioned a survey polling 3,000 UK residents, looking into the strangest and most wacky places people have slept.

Whilst many people know the importance of getting a good night’s sleep, over a third of those surveyed (35%) admit to sleeping in a strange and uncomfortable place – perhaps reinforcing the fact that the majority of the UK (51%), struggle to get a good night’s sleep, thus, leaving the British notorious as a ‘nation of insomniacs’!*


Virgin Media – 230 new jobs at its contact centre in Swansea

by on February 14, 2013

Virgin Media has today announced plans to create 230 new jobs at its contact centre in Swansea.

The communications company said the expansion is needed to help meet consumer demand for next generation television and superfast broadband.


Research : Are we being overcharged for town centre car parking?

by on January 12, 2013

Just published research on town centre car parking across the country suggests that some mid-range and smaller centres overcharged for parking space during 2011 in relation to their retail and leisure offers, suffering higher than average decline in footfall.

The report can be found at


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by on January 3, 2013


“According to Roseto, walking together is better than walking alone” / John Drummond, Chairman, Corporate Culture

by on December 13, 2012

Despite being within the grip of an economic crisis the British population seem to be, on the majority, in buoyant spirits according to an Office of National Statistics new study to measure well-being. Three quarters of the population rated their current lives as seven out of ten in terms of personal satisfaction levels.