#092 The Business Hub Show Podcast 04 December 2011Posted by Ian on Dec 4, 2011 in Podcasts | 0 comments
In this weeks show we begin with a Corporate Social Responsibility project that’s become an opportunity for businesses in the region, an analysis of the Chancellors Autumn Budget, we learn some tips on writing for the web, and find out about affiliate marketing, and how your business could win a share of a One Million Pound prize in a brand new competition. Finally we finish off with Ian’s top tips for getting the best results on YouTube.
Interview with Heidi Mulvey, the Community and University Relations Manager at Cambridge University Press, about a new Corporate Social Responsibility project that’s set to become an opportunity for local businesses in the region:
- Heidi Mulvey – Head of Community Engagement
- 01223 326 155
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Interview with Joe St Clair, best selling author of the book 100 Tips For Total Life Fulfillment, Management Consultant, Life Coach and Global Business Consultant who shares his hints, tips, inside knowledge and know-how on “Writing for the web”
Interview with Rob Wilson, Market Unit Leader North-West, at Trade Doubler.com who tells us all about affiliate marketing, and a new competition where businesses could win their share of a One Million Pound prize.
Ian McKendrick shares his top tips on making your YouTube videos more visible on on Google, and how to make make money on YouTube. Visit the Watercolour Journey website here>> You can watch Ian’s YouTube video, “How to make a Watercolour Colour Chart” Here
Vanessa Burkitt from Cathrine Jones Jewelry announces the Fashion Show on Tuesday 6th December which is rising money for the Breast Cancer charity at the 12A Club in Cambridge. More information on the 12A Club Website.
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