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Anyone who runs a website for business purposes knows the importance of well written, accurate content in creating the right impression of a company and the goods and services it provides.
It’s always uplifting to see the fantastic effort made by the general public and celebrities alike for Children in Need.
The issue of re-branding is very much in the public eye at the moment.
As I write this blog post office workers have just completed another strike because no acceptable deal has been thrashed out between the CWU and the Royal Mail management.
The loss of community spirit is cited as one of the main reasons for social isolation in today’s hectic world.
The three leading political parties have all put the issue of small businesses firmly on the agenda at their recent conferences.
So much about our media is changing because of the Internet. Even our television viewing habits have been altered by it, most particularly when we download programmes onto our computers to watch when it suits us.
The Internet became officially forty this week, and like any forty year old, it’s a time for reflec-tion.
I’m an eternal optimist. I know that people who are always looking on the bright side can be quite aggravating at times.
As reported in The Post, Reading A level students have surpassed themselves yet again this year by achieving their ‘best ever results’.