This post isn't a set of predictions. It's something far more useful. Andrew starts 2013 by asking the burning blogging questions that could be the difference between a year of successes and a year of failures.
There's a giant Christina Hendricks overlooking Manchester. But despite my undeniable affections for Ms Hendricks' acting talents, I'm completely and utterly unmoved by her attempts to sell me Scotch whisky.
Not only is the "Top 10 Scams of the Year" infographic featured on Mashable today dull, by-the-numbers fare; it manages to undermine trust in the company that commissioned it it
The advert above just won a Silver Lion at the Cannes Lions International Festival. And I have to say, it's memorable. But it's memorable for all the wrong reasons.
Do you want to hear a really bad joke? Here you go: When is a coach not a coach?
Could the seemingly regular downtime suffered by The Times' paywall be a clever marketing tactic? Andrew certainly thinks so, and the evidence is mounting.
Twitter has been all aflutter this weekend, with a brand new “copywriting agency” following all and sundry. They’ve been promising the untold riches of £0.02 per word and have met with responses ranging from the amusing to the incredulous. @SarahCopywriter £0.04 per word! Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, (breath) ha, ha, ha, ha,...
The most tragic thing about the Sea Kittens campaign is that Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall showed campaigners how to make people think about where their food comes from with his anti-battery chicken crusade. Wouldn't farmed salmon swimming in their own shit have made a more effective image than this?