News 27 March

‘Spoonievision’ – our latest appeal project for WWT lands in UK

An appeal by the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust (WWT) to save the world's rarest wading bird – the spoon-billed sandpiper (or 'spoonie') – from extinction is our latest project to go live.

News 19 December

The Non-Marketers Playbook: Ian to pen regular feature for ABR

Financial planning business title Adviser Business Review (ABR) has invited its readers to take part in an online poll to decide the topics that will be covered in a new regular feature to be penned by New Tradition’s Ian Thomas.

News 16 July

One minute sentiment tracking survey: BP and you, Round Two

You may remember that, a couple of weeks ago, I invited people to contribute to a survey about sentiment towards BP and politicians associated with the Deepwater Horizon incident. Before I publish…

News 17 June

Are corporate social responsibility programmes defunct?

I don’t often plug work by a colleague, but Jenny Crossland has put together a really interesting case for the prosecution against running CSR programmes. For a CSR specialist, her argument may seem c…

News 15 June

BP and you

In case you missed my tweets yesterday, I’m trying to gather a decent sample of opinions on perceptions of BP, Barack Obama et al in the wake of the Deepwater Horizon incident. I plan to publish the f…

News 17 February

Quickquid.co.uk’s 2,356% typical APR is wrong

I’m on something of a mission. I was watching the TV earlier today and saw quickquid.co.uk’s advert offering ‘payday’ loans at 2356% typical APR. I thought it was wrong, so I started this Facebook Group. …

News 15 February

Where’s the proof? Google, the luge and the reliability of online news sources

Over the weekend, the social web has been rife with news that Google decided to withdraw a homepage illustration depicting a luge competitor, which was published within hours of the tragic death of…

News 26 November

Johnston Press and the plucky pay-wall pilot

According to holdthefrontpage.co.uk, Johnston Press — owner of the Scotsman and Yorkshire Post in the UK — intends to pilot a pay-wall for a small number of its local titles as early as next week. If tha…

News 22 October

Who’s afraid of Barbra Streisand..?

I presented these visuals at a dinner this evening hosted by Cofunds. The penultimate slide — posing a question about the statement made earlier today by Goldman Sachs International vice chairman L…

News 18 July

One small tweet for Man…

It’s amazing how much Apollo Eleven’s legendary mission to the moon continues to capture the imagination of people. For those of us who weren’t quite born — or were too young to remember — it’s hard to imagine …