Jeremy DentJeremy Dent
1st July 2013
Personal:Old-school corporate communicator who adopted digital communications early and with some fanaticism. Tall. Sometimes awkward. Often questions assumptions. Occasional bow tie. Hates hype. Trying to lose a very trying 10 kilos strapped around my waist.
Professional:The "supremo" in Digital Supremo is not about us, although we have enough to brag about. It's about making our customers their own Digital Supremos. Digital marketing (communications) is complex but, with some thought and planning, many routine tasks can be streamlined or automated. To do that, you need to map out the digital communication flows necessary to creating an efficient marketing machine. That can include email marketing, digital PR, social media, website, blogging, mobile and content management. Our strengths span creativity -- producing effective content which attracts eyeballs and search engines -- through technical knowledge to data analysis. We are hired by the day and, unlike agencies with heavy overheads and locked-in payments, we are flexible and accountable. If we don't add value, you don't pay! We have a unique auditing system, DAPS, which ensures that we go about reviewing your situation methodically and don't just put a wet finger in the wind.
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I've just gone back to Apple. Most of my apps are cloud-based so the pain was minimal. Office365 transferred simply to Apple versions (which are better).
I once "stumbled" across a list of emails for Greater Manchester which I shouldn't have had access to. I compared them to my Plaxo list using Excel and…
Old-style advertising doesn't work any more? This is a generalissimo of generalisations, Jackie, and you can't get away with that, sorry. It is true that…