E-Insight Digital Marketing Blog: Emarketeers
7 June 2012, Gwyneth March
My agency decided we would nail digital training for good in 2007. Like many a WW1 General, I believed that one heave and we’d be over the top and away…
1 May 2012, Tracey Stern
Last week I was fortunate enough to be invited to a dinner where the guest speaker was Ed Vaizey. Ed delivered some really interesting insights into the role of culture and creativity in the UK today. He also spoke most passionately about the critical importance of technology and digital access for 2012 and beyond.
30 April 2012, Dave Birss
What better place to write about the importance of understanding languages than from a cafe in a departure lounge of a foreign airport? I’m currently sitting in Sao Paolo waiting for a connecting flight to London. I don’t speak a word of Portuguese. And I was foolish enough not to bring a phrasebook.
23 April 2012, Jonathan Saipe
When I passed my driving test and had just started to drive independently (yes that was a long time ago in 1987!), I was always curious to know what was going on under the bonnet.
4 November 2011, Jonathan Saipe
A small business environment is challenging at the best of times. Aside from the obvious commercial challenges, there are a myriad of operational challenges that are too often a distraction for senior decision makers. With the advent of cloud computing, small businesses have the opportunity to increase productivity, save time and reduce risk at minimal expense.
28 October 2011, Tracey Stern
How many times have we, as consumers, been lured with promises of discounts, added value, and a life of customer service utopia for ever more.
15 June 2011, Jonathan Saipe
Google has announced an enhancement to its image search facility allowing users to upload a picture or paste a URL to a picture and search for similar images.
8 May 2011, Tracey Stern
I read the Wired Second Annual Survey on the UK’s Digital Power Brokers last weekend, with much interest. The list is published annually, and to my mind is a far more interesting read than Tatler’s 100 most eligible men and women in the UK, although admittedly, there may be a small amount of cross-over in each list.
1 May 2011, Jonathan Saipe
Last week, I read rather bemused that a 75 year old woman in Georgia, who had never heard of the Internet, managed to sever the Internet connections in Georgia and neighbouring Armenia by cutting fibre optic cables when digging for scrap metal. Whilst outages are not uncommon, this event highlighted how a simple mistake can cause a large amount of disruption for both individuals and businesses who are increasingly reliant on Internet connectivity.
10 March 2011, Tracey Stern
All too often, we feel compelled to share our thoughts about negative brand experiences. With spring just around the corner and the sunshine finally making an appearance, I have decided it’s time to briefly reverse this trend….