The world’s most in-demand employers: by LinkedIn

This infographic is of particular interest to me, as someone who spends their working life between South-East England and the US West Coast. According to a study by LinkedIn, and based on the data of job seekers within their network, the most desirable location in the world to seek work is San Francisco. This isn’t surprising given the burgeoning success of the Tech sector. It’s backed up by a strong showing from the UK, which leads Europe in terms of desirability and opportunity.

 

On the face of it, things look rosy for me as a freelance Technology copywriter. But with desirability of course, comes intense competition – so I’ll continue to do the best job I can for all those I work with.
If you’re looking for copywriting support within the Technology sector, at home or abroad, please give me a call!

 

Welcome to Brewster

OK. This sounds interesting. A new app that merges your various social media contacts together but in a convenient way. Like most people, I’ve got some Facebook friends, some Twitter followers, some LinkedIn business contacts and a shedload of iPhone names and numbers – but I don’t have the whole picture for more than a few people. It’s more a disorganised list of names, numbers, email addresses, photos and statuses. But what if something could combine them all for me? It sounds like this is what Brewster can do.

Going to vread more about this…

 

Introducing Brewster

 

Now that’s what I call a goal celebration…

Clever stuff, this. The Surrender Monkeys have got hold of some decent goal celebration footage and made it much, much more entertaining. If we got to see things like this every time someone scored, I might even watch England play. Occasionally.

See some serious celebrating.

 

 

 

The irresistible infographic

When I first started viewing infographics, I wasn’t sure I liked them. They looked a bit like a mathematician had thrown up on a bookmark. Stats, numbers, graphs and pie charts everywhere, and eagle-eyed vision needed to make any sense of them. However, since then I’ve warmed to the medium, as a fast, efficient way of conveying a large amount of usually quite interesting information.

The communications agency Milestone felt the same way when they wrote this attached blog post:

http://www.milestonedesign.co.uk/blog/design/strength-numbers/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=Milestone+Strategic+Design+Ltd&utm_campaign=1305337_Edge+Issue+18&utm_content=MilestoneInfographicBlogPost&dm_i=LEO,RZ7D,6D2KUU,29PTL,1