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Marketing Trends for 2013 and beyond 2013

Where will your 2013 marketing focus be? You may have seen my post last year on my top 5 marketing trends for 2012 but for me, there is nothing like looking ahead so I have been thinking about 2013 and beyond and here are some of my marketing trend predictions looking beyond this year. 1. The Social … Continue reading

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Do you need a Social Community Manager? [Infographic]

Before we start, lets talk about the role of a community manager. The recent rise in social media cannot be argued. It’s adoption from individuals to businesses has been astounding. But at what point does a business need someone to not only manage social media, but manage a community within it? Typically a community manager … Continue reading

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My Latest Creation

Yes, it’s finally here, the new ONI website. After 3 pain-staking months of Photoshop, WordPress, cross-browser testing and hosting issues it’s alive!!! http://www.oni.co.uk Would love to hear your thoughts and feedback on a site built entirely in-house by a self-taught enthusiast: Me. For those that want some information on some of the site features, see … Continue reading

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WordPress – The App Store for Web Developers

Web development has come a long, long way in the past few years. I have paid agencies anything from £10-£15K for websites in the past but these days in my opinion are numbered. Let me explain why. I remember in the late 90’s using FrontPage, Microsoft’s ‘attempt’ at a web development tool. Whilst it never … Continue reading

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Marketing Trends for 2013 and beyond

You may have already seen my post on my top 5 marketing trends for 2012 but for me, there is nothing like looking ahead so I have been thinking about 2013 and beyond and here are some of my marketing trend predictions looking beyond next year. 1. The Social Enterprise I have spoken about this innovation … Continue reading

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[INFOGRAPHIC] HTML5 – Web 3.0 is here but what does it mean?

I remember my first experience of HTML5, it was Google’s home page which can be viewed in a video here on YouTube I also remember thinking, ‘that’s quite cool, but what on earth will it be used for?’ HTML5’s capabilities are far greater than just a funky Google home page. It has massive potential and has … Continue reading

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