August 2010

To tilt or not to tilt, that is the question, ladies (and gentlemen too!)

FontShop has some gorgeous new fonts for sale

by Lee Hopkins on August 25, 2010

in tools

My favourite source for fonts,, has some luverly new fonts for the connoisseur of all things fontastic

links for 2010-08-24

by Lee Hopkins on August 25, 2010 · 1 comment

in micro-blogging

57 Social Media Policy Examples and Resources | As it happens, lots of organizations publish their social media guidelines online, ready for you to review and use yourself. Here are 57 61 great social media policy templates and resources to use when building your own. (thanks for the suggestions in the comments!) (tags: socialmedia […]

In two years’ time most businesses will be wanting to harness the power that comes from people sharing their location

As a way of working with and moving forward with obstinate employees, try these phrases

But what we can’t do is tell you in advance whether Twitter is going to be a better bet for you than Facebook. Sorry.

links for 2010-08-19

by Lee Hopkins on August 20, 2010

in micro-blogging

35 Fresh High-Quality Free Fonts for Professional Designers | Fonts | instantShift We know that typography can be used as a way of mutual understanding between you and your users. To communicate effectively, typography requires appropriate typefaces as there are a lot of unsung fonts out there that have really inspired us. Color and size […]

links for 2010-08-18

by Lee Hopkins on August 19, 2010

in micro-blogging

How to Calculate Your ROI With Social Media When it comes to measuring and tracking online and trying to determine what your return on investment is with social media, you first need to ask yourself why you want to participate in social media in the first place. If the answer is to build your brand […]

Answers to a MSc Marcomms student

by Lee Hopkins on August 16, 2010

in interviews

Who are they looking to reach; Why do they want to reach them…

we should not only pass comment, but also link to the reason(s) why we say what we do