wedding in Reading to spend much time blogging.
Lately Revellers I’ve spent far too much time planning my lovely
However you may have heard the good news from Yell Group, about the company’s plans to become a 75% digital company by 2015. (We are now 25% digital and 75% print). Read the rest of this entry
The Cumberland Hotel's lobby included bizarre art and this fine pod, in which I sat. (Seated girl not me.)
Good Saturday morning to you all, fine Revellers!
It’s the first weekend in ages I’ve been able to sit in my living room and just… sit.
This was a busy week — my second as a web account manager for Yellsites Premium, part of Yell Group. Lots of new information going in one ear and out the… fingertips! Type, type, type, so much to learn, practice and use. Mainly, I’ve been doing lots of copywriting, including for a company that serves as the official carpet cleaner to Buckingham Palace! Read the rest of this entry
Puffins in Reading
Recently, my employer — Yell Group — invited employees in Berkshire and across the UK to submit a response to the following question:
If you could yell for anything for one day, what would it be and why?
Reading-based Yell are continuing their Day V Lately advertising campaign, in which a DJ seeks out his one-hit wonder by way of the great Yell machine doing its thing.
This contest plays on that theme, in the sense that whomever wins the contest gets VIP entry to a 90s ‘pop up’ shop in London next Thursday. You can trade music at the shop — vinyl, CDs, whatever. There will be 90s music dance lessons and other general cheese, plus a free trip to London with hotel and food included. (Free food? I am easily motivated!)
I submitted my entry today. On behalf of puffins everywhere, I hope you enjoy: Read the rest of this entry