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Taking the p*ss: customer service fails in a digital age

Tuesday 17th October 2017 | Tagged as: Digital Media, Customer Service, Daniel Porter

Author: Dan Porter

When Andrew Wilkinson, 39, of south-west London, boarded a flight from Heathrow to Cape Town back in July, he probably didn’t expect that in a few short weeks his name would be appearing in all the British tabloids, American news outlets such as the New York Post and USA Today and other media from Turkey to South Africa and from Hong Kong to New Zealand.

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Quality or Quantity? Read all about it

Wednesday 08th February 2017 | Tagged as: Print, Digital Media, Daniel Porter

Author: Daniel Porter

Here are a few numbers – some of which may surprise you:

14 million – the approximate number of unique daily visitors to The Daily Mail’s website mailonline.com (source), the UK’s most visited newspaper website.

1.5 million – the approximate daily circulation of the print edition of The Daily Mail (source).

2 – the average number of minutes a visitor to mailonline.com spends on the website. Not two minutes per article, two minutes per visit – and this number is far higher than that of any of its competitors. The average across UK national newspaper websites is just 30 seconds.

43 – the number of minutes the average reader of the Daily Mail print newspaper spends perusing the paper (the average across all national papers is 40 minutes).

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Avoiding distractions and improving productivity

Wednesday 13th July 2016 | Tagged as: Daniel Porter, Productivity, workplace

Author: Daniel Porter

“Being a good writer is 3% effort – 97% not getting distracted by the internet” - Anonymous

The quote above first came to my attention a few years ago when I was working in the book publishing industry. It was pasted into the email signature of an author whose book I was creating a marketing plan for and, though I’ve never managed to find out who said it first, I’ve always felt it had a real ring of truth about it.

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