According to The Times newspaper research by marketing agency found those who offered cash paid on average £800 per post – with one in eight paying more than £1000 for a single photo on a very influential Instagram site.
Byline banditry is something that should be stamped out in our industry – the name of the person who wrote the story should always be on the copy – and I think it is good practice to out offenders.
Chris Stylianou, MD of Sky TV Customer Service Group boasts “Sky is leading the way once again when it comes to happy customers” … but is Sky TV service really up to much? Sky TV expects customers to be mini engineers Sky TV passes off old films as new ones Contrary to what Mr Stylianou […]
Is instagram making you miserable? Ever looked with envy at someone’s seemingly perfect life on Instagram? Most of us have our favourites on Instagram – the perfect family which always seems so happy, the amazing home that never looks dirty or untidy or the woman who can do the most amazing yoga poses… But people […]
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After reserving saucepans at Argos, I was plagued by a spammer with cancer charity email from Macmillan … According to a survey 70 per cent of us will not be taking part in ‘black friday’ sales because we are worried about the safety of giving out our personal details online. And it seems we are […]