January 2009

Lee Hopkins: spontaneous, rapid, decisive

by Lee Hopkins on January 16, 2009 · 2 comments

in reviews,tools

The Impulse Factor could well be the book that propels you from mediocrity to stardom in 2009. Seriously!

links for 2009-01-15

by Lee Hopkins on January 16, 2009

in clippings

Is it possible to be logged into multiple GMAIL accounts in one browser? – Mahalo Answers YES is the fabulous answer — courtesy of a Firefox extension called Gmail Manager (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1320). Mega thanks to @JasonCalacanis (tags: tips email browser hints lifehacks firefox gmail plugins extensions calacanis)

– and I absolutely guarantee that you could NOT make a better investment in 2009, no matter who you are!

Now, back to the ‘$0.10 per word’ writing project for me… [sigh]

It’s a pity that our Australian politicians are too afraid to spend on broadband infrastructure, despite their claims to the contrary.

Esso and Tchibo and the Nazi PR disaster

by Lee Hopkins on January 15, 2009 · 4 comments

in ethics,marketing,pr

The firms caused a stir by using the phrase Jedem das Seine, a version of “to each his own,” which also hung above the entrance to Buchenwald

links for 2009-01-14

by Lee Hopkins on January 15, 2009

in clippings

7 ways to integrate Twitter with your WordPress blog – Crane Factory Nice collection from Paul in Queensland about integrating the mighty Twitter into your blog, particularly if you have a self-hosted WordPress blog rather than a freebie over at WordPress.com. (tags: twitter blog WordPress widgets)

and both contribute a tremendous amount of in-depth thought leadership to the business communication industry

Sort-of ‘Keynote’ for Windows

by Lee Hopkins on January 9, 2009 · 1 comment

in clippings,miscellaneous,tools

Amit Agarwal reckons there’s a sort-of ‘Keynote’ in the pipeline for we Windows lovers.

Proposal Kit for Windows, Macintosh and Linux

by Lee Hopkins on January 9, 2009

in marketing,tools

In over five years of use this kit has won me more new business (and more compliments on my proposals) than any other template proposal and contract system I’ve tried.