Category Archives: marketing

Updates in JJland

Tweet Well it’s been a busy few months.  Christmas and new year have come and gone and I’m flat out at 1000heads working with new clients and getting things into gear for the rest of the year.   I’ve also … Continue reading

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Keeping up with the JJsphere

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Tweet I’ve been at it again, blogging away on other sites and not updating here. So here are a few links to recent blog posts. As usual, all feedback appreciated. 1. 1000heads – Forget what you can sell, ask what … Continue reading

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Help needed: how can I improve this formula?

Question

Tweet I need some feedback on the following and am genuinely looking at ways to improve this formula to better explain the effects of content sharing on reputation. I’ve been thinking about a way to calculate brand reputation online with … Continue reading

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Updates, blog posts and general excitement about the new job

Tweet It’s been a while since I have had a chance to blog here, but that’s been because I’ve been flat out moving back to Oz and getting settled at 1000heads. I’m now happily ensconced in the Sydney office and … Continue reading

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New job for JJ – and a move back to Oz

1000heads

Tweet So now the processes are all in motion, I’m at last able to publicly share my news about my next challenge! 🙂 I’m joining the word of mouth marketing firm 1000heads as its Chief Operating Officer in Australia.  And … Continue reading

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Influence & marketing

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Tweet Last night I spoke at an event in London for marketing and PR practitioners on influence. I quite deliberately constructed a presentation which I knew would not be popular; I wanted to challenge marketing professionals on their focus on … Continue reading

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