The ever increasing scarcity of fossil fuels and other energy sources means there has never been a better time to consider saving energy in the home and in the car. The increasing prices of power, which are likely to keep increasing, means that alternative sources of energy are being developed that are becoming more viable.

Conserve Energy is a new site that I am developing to help people make decisions about saving energy and using alternative sources of energy, to help save a few quid, and maybe in a small world, help to save the planet too.

This is another site built using WordPress.

 

Written on June 27th, 2011 , CMS, work

Renting your spare room is a good way of earning some extra cash in these austere times.

the website mondaytofriday.com provides this service, mainly aimed at people who want to rent a room during the working week, when their work takes them away from home. It is a popular website and has been running successfully for a few years.

The owners want to improve the website and build up the traffic and  services on offer, and have taken on myself and Ad-hoc media to meet their goals. I am responsible for the execution of a new strategy for the website which we formulated. Working with the owners and the existing employee and PR company, I am working on the marketing and technology side of the plan.

 

 

 

 

Written on June 27th, 2011 , work

Howopia.co.uk is website dedicated to publishing How to guides in  a similar fashion to eHow in the US.

The site is very much UK focussed and the idea is that anyone, normally professional writers or people who would be considered experts within their chosen field, write the guides and the site shares the advertising revenue with them.

This is a website that I set up in partnership with Mark Smith, formerly of TMN Group plc. I set up Howopia.co.uk using the Drupal CMS framework which gives the site a great deal of functionality. We operate a strict editorial process to ensure only quality guides are published, and we have a workflow in place to ensure each written article is reviewed by an editor before being published or sent back to the author for a rewrite.

Howopia.co.uk officially launched in December 2010 and by June 2011 has almost 100 articles and over 300 authors.

 

 

 

 

Written on June 27th, 2011 , CMS, work

Another CMS project for accountancy firm, website Davidjbeeny.co.uk. This was the second website I had built for this small firm of regional accountants in South Devon.

This version utilised WordPress for ease of use and quick updating. It also means that the firm could easily incorporate new features in the future without any additional programming.

Written on June 27th, 2011 , CMS, work

My good friend Andy partridge who works as a recruitment trainer and presenter In the New World of Work asked me to build a website for him and help to build up his traffic levels. Read the rest of this entry »

Written on June 24th, 2011 , work

I get lots of people and companies asking me if I can set up or improve a website for them. Two of the first of such sites I set up for some clients were CoSector Network and Jo Ouston Career coaching professionals. Read the rest of this entry »

Written on June 24th, 2011 , CMS, work

In June 2008, I joined an internet startup called Wigadoo.com. This was a website set up by 3 INSEAD graduates that was designed to solve one problem: that is organising a group of friends when money is involved can be a headache. Read the rest of this entry »

Written on June 24th, 2011 , work

In 2002, after a few successful years working with affiliate programs, I set up a website to list discount vouchers. Initially the idea was to encourage users to sign up to an email newsletter, which I would send out once a month, listing all the new voucher codes that had been released on the web. Read the rest of this entry »

Written on June 24th, 2011 , work
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