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…blogging, it’s personal!

Posted: October 4th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Blogging | Comments Off on …blogging, it’s personal!

Indeep Media

In today’s ultra-competitive world, online communities are fast becoming the preferred channel for organizations who seek unparalleled customer loyalty and engagement. Building online communities is much more than marketing, branding or product recognition. If it’s not personal your wasting your time, money and head-space.

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Blogging, it's personal . . .

Blogging does so much more than simply create leads or generate sales. Blogging creates communities, reinforces branding, but most importantly, blogging instils trust…

Business blogging is an effective tool, an integral cog in your online strategy for generating traffic, leads, sales and brand recognition. Combined with other optimised social media, blogging speaks directly to your customers and prospects without editorial filters. Blogs also are the cornerstone of social media – meaning they are the perfect hub for social media campaigns. Problem is, blogs take a lot of time to write, edit and promote.

That’s where we come in: you provide the inspiration, and we provide the perspiration.

How does it work? We’ll interview you and key staff members, research, source, write, post and promote articles for your blogs. With Indeep Media you have a turnkey blog and social media marketing program :: Read the full article »»»»


We’re Stuck in 2005

Posted: June 19th, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: Blogging | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on We’re Stuck in 2005

Vote For Us!

This might come as a surprise to regular readers: We Don’t Exist!? We’re ghost writers/bloggers, we pen for people who have either no inclination or time to express themselves, and we do it anonymously – well, we did, anonymity just flew out the window – Not copping kudos or credit doesn’t bother us… ‘it’s a pleasure’

Our people are generally not tech-savvy – that’s where we come in – they are however a lovely bunch and seriously much-loved. From our Mad Hatter, our Alt-model through to our Brain Doctor, they all rely on us getting their word out: As our tagline says, “Blogging, it’s personal…” and for us it truly is.

Anyhoo, we’ve just taken a survey via Intel and it turns out our technology is stuck in 2005, which presents a problem – as previously mentioned –  we profess to our much-loved clients that we’re not only clever, we’re at the cutting edge of tech, oops, we thought we were. We’d love to drag our saggies back into 2013, but we need your help, please click on this link: https://t.co/NCTbjOo3Wi and vote to get us up-to-date [it’s painless, and the Intel site is too cute for words]

You might also want to enter Intel’s competition, tyhe prize is a pretty spectacular $12,000 office upgrade, including products like: ElitePad 900s, Dell Latitude 10 tabs, Lenovo ThinkPad Twists and Acer S7 Ultrabooks. Get entered here: https://businessyear.intel.com/


From My Personal Blog! Pharisaicalness? Hubris, Conceit and Vanity

Posted: July 15th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Blogging | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on From My Personal Blog! Pharisaicalness? Hubris, Conceit and Vanity

Pharisaicalness Hubris, Conceit and VanityI volunteer – for my own selfish gain – helping those with the impediment of bad-luck seems to allow me to feel more fortunate, it lends me a proper perspective of how I’m travelling through life.

The small community house where I help out has a pretty diverse group of souls floating in and out. From the elderly trying to stay in-touch to the homeless trying to stay warm, the mean seems to be human contact.

On Thursdays – I help setup blogs for folk who feel the need – one of my regulars kicked into a rather personal conversation, normally I’d abruptly curtail such talk, however with my current intrigue of pharisaicalness, I allowed the conversation a little space.

Apparently – according to Jo – I’m not bad looking, interesting as opposed to good looking. The line that most stunned me was: “compared to most of the men around here, your good looking.” Jo is a 65 year old homeless woman, who surely has more on her plate than what I look like? :: Read the full article »»»»


Blogging, it’s personal

Posted: June 30th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Blogger, Blogging, Wordpress | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on Blogging, it’s personal

Blogging, it's personalBlogging does so much more than simply create leads or generate sales. Blogging creates communities, reinforces branding, but most importantly, blogging instils trust…

Business blogging is an effective tool, an integral cog in your online strategy for generating traffic, leads, sales and brand recognition. Combined with other optimised social media, blogging speaks directly to your customers and prospects without editorial filters.

Blogs are the cornerstone of social media – meaning they are the perfect hub for social media campaigns. Problem is, blogs take a lot of time to write, edit and promote.

That’s where we come in: you provide the inspiration, and we provide the perspiration, from as little as $75 per post, why aren’t you blogging? :: Read the full article »»»»


REBLOG} LA’s Getty Center puts Herb Ritts in perspective

Posted: April 10th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Blogging | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on REBLOG} LA’s Getty Center puts Herb Ritts in perspective

In the 1980s and ’90s, photographer Herb Ritts’ black and white portraits of movie stars and models like Cindy Crawford and Naomi Campbell created a look that was emblematic of the era, and now they are the subject of a major exhibit at Los Angeles’ Getty Center.

“Herb Ritts: L.A. Style,” which launched on Tuesday and runs through August 26, features renowned work by the artist including vintage prints, magazine covers, commercials and music videos. Around 20 percent of the photographs are on display for the first time. Ritts died in 2002, age 50.

“These were either never seen before or published once in an editorial spread in a magazine, then just sat in the archive,” curator Paul Martineau told Reuters. “I was looking to balance the iconic pictures that everyone knows and loves with the pictures that no one knows.”

Photographs that “everyone knows and loves” include a seminal portrait of Richard Gere in a San Bernardino gas station in 1977, wearing a t-shirt and smoking a cigarette. The shot was taken while the movie star and Ritts waited for the station attendant to change a flat tire.

Gere’s “Looking for Mr. Goodbar” hit theaters a few months later with the actor in a memorable supporting role that launched his career. Within months, the young photographer found his photos in the pages of Vogue, Esquire and Mademoiselle, with the last publication offering him his first assignment photographing Brooke Shields. Read the full article »»»»