During my days at Uni, I was fortunate to take a few elective class from the School of Philosophy. While many of these classes were lessons in how to think and of questionable use in a practical day-to-day scenarios, i.e. in my Ethics class we were taught how to put forth the argument of why children and people with disabilities should be granted the same rights as a leafy vegetable or a garden rock – but you’ll be pleased to hear that we were also equipped with the counter arguments.
I always thought that Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of Britain would have been a great source of wisdom to most pommies, at least until he befriended George W. However I never realised that, by accident, he would become a source of enlightenment for me. Knowing that I would be a useless politician, I have contented myself with the private study of British and U.S. politics and in accordance with my latest work I purchased a biography from a well known book store, which featured the life and times of Mr. Blair.
The web is a great tool for educating your customers about the services you provide or the goods that you supply. The potential reach of a website is massive, extending to all corners of the globe, hence the name World Wide Web (WWW). This makes it a relatively cheap conduit to ‘tell’ the world all about yourself. But what good is it if you have the “Rolls-Royce” of websites if nobody is looking for you.
One of the questions we are often asked is, why don’t you produce much radio advertising? As this comes up a lot, I thought I’d dedicate this blog entry to shedding a little light on the pros and cons of radio advertising, and sharing why we often choose other media over radio.