The Norfolk Show 2012

The Norfolk Show 2012Last year I wrote a post entitled The Not Norfolk Show based on my experience from working one day in the food hall at the show. My beef back then was that the hall was mostly filled with producers and commercial outfits selling goods produced far out of Norfolk. Having just gone back to read it it’s funny how I comment that next year I would definitely go back as a visitor. Who would of...
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Why you’re not a social media expert revisitedAbout 18 months ago I wrote my first post about the dark world of social media experts. It was very popular and seemed to strike a chord with many folk but time has flown since then and to be honest nothing much has changed. However, I’ve been thinking once again about this subject and so I thought it a good time to revisit. In musical terms we always talk about the ‘difficult’...
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Attitudes to Klout

I plan to write a few posts about Klout in the coming months but here’s a starter for ten. Observing the behaviour of tweeters I’ve come to the conclusion there are 4 types of attitudes to Klout amongst the users. There are: Those that truly believe that having the greatest Klout score is everything. Those that know it’s not ‘everything’ but act like group 1...
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The Not Norfolk Show

The Not Norfolk ShowI was at the Royal Norfolk Show this year helping on a client’s stand in the food hall. It’s actually the first time I’ve been (for various reasons) but next year I definitely want to go along as a visitor. I had a long tiring day but learnt a lot and enjoyed it. Now maybe my view was some what unfairly biased by working in the food hall and not getting to see much outside but...
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The power of one

The power of oneI’ve been thinking today how powerful a single person is. At one end of the scale a single person can start a war and bring around peace or a single person can build a business empire and destroy it (Ratners). Then maybe at the other end of the scale a single person can choose to smile or be miserable and make or break someone’s day. The power of one is very powerful. In the world of...
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Belief – the 4th element?

Belief – the 4th element?In the film the 5th element we see Korben Dallas (played by Bruce Willis) chasing across space to collect 4 stones representing the 4 classic elements and then a 5th element, a women called Leeloo, which makes the other 4 ‘come alive’ in order to fire a weapon and ultimately save the planet. Know – Like – Trust we’re told are the 3 classic elements for people to do...
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