Dundee Tourist Information You Should Know About

Whether it’s by car or train, as you approach Tay Road Bridge, you’ll start to know why the river is called Silvery Tay. The city is located right on Scotland’s east coast. It sits right on the firth of Tay. The fourth largest city in Scotland is Dundee. It’s also one of the gorgeous cities […]

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About Blogging

Have you ever asked yourself why it seems as if most teens nowadays have an addiction to the internet? Well, it is because it is packed with everything that their young minds want to explore. From surfing the web from school researching, cooking, shopping, chatting, gaming , and everything else that is being offered by […]

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Employee Benefits Conference Attracts Thousands Amidst Economic Downturn

Motivation, employee loyalty, engagement and communication are catch words for businesses, especially during the recent economic downturn. The two-day Employee Benefits Live Conference, organised by Centaur Exhibitions and held at the Business Design Centre in Islington, is aiming to bring together more than 230 companies and experts to discuss the future of business models. The […]

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Young Journalists turned blogs into jobs

Professional journalists stressed the importance of brand building, self-promotion and conversation through blogging as the keys to finding jobs in journalism and get noticed. In a panel discussion chaired by Dominic Ponsford, Editor of Press Gazette, three recently graduated journalists attributed their job-hunting success to marketing themselves through their blogging and microblogging habits developed during […]

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Let’s be honest – my confession being a trainee journalist

Let’s be honest; let’s not pretend. Let’s not pretend we are professionals; let’s not pretend that we are confident because you know deep down we are just amateurs and we are just human. Every day I wake up, excited about the fact that I am a (trainee) journalist. But more importantly, I am thankful that […]

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