Archive for the “Mammon” category

Socially useless

By Nick Holmes on October 22, 2012

A recent story/scandal I keep being drawn back to is that of Grant Shapps, Tory party co-chairman, former housing minister and former (result!) web enrepreneur and marketing guru, aka Michael Green, now, vicariously, aka Sebastian Fox. I’m quite happy to (…)

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Light at the end of the tunnel

By Nick Holmes on May 12, 2009

Asked whether he envisaged fees at his British papers such as … the Sun …, he replied: “We’re absolutely looking at that.“

IHT – die happy

By Nick Holmes on October 10, 2007

Time to mention the blogs IHT Solutions and Law and Death and Taxes who both post about the death of the nil-rate band discretionary trust. IHT Solutions: You could certainly call the government politically cynical but for once, one can (…)

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Adnonsense (3)

By Nick Holmes on September 27, 2007

Google is in a bit of a bind. On the plus side it can be credited with: opening up access to the web with Google search, providing advertisers an effective channel for their web marketing through its AdWords scheme, and (…)

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Adnonsense (2)

By Nick Holmes on November 29, 2006

Kevin O’Keefe blogs sensibly that running Google ads is inappropriate on blogs marketing professional service or product, pointing out that at the very best you may earn only a few hundred dollars a month. If you’re a law firm or (…)

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Adnonsense

By Nick Holmes on July 11, 2006

I’ve been running Google Adsense on Lawfinder for a few months now – mainly in the interests of research, though it does become seductive. I’ve also followed up on some of the research, blogs and forums about it. Here are (…)

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