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Adriana Petroiu Spencer
Worked at stanley hunt jewellers retford
Attended Babeş-Bolyai University
Lived in Lincoln UK
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Learn to track Facebook Social Interactions with Google Analytics & Google Tag Manager. Learn about Social Interactions Tracking in Google Analytics.
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Your social media campaigns need to make the "next step" crystal clear. Here's how successful marketers use their social channels to convert visitors.
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Have you noticed that I do a great job at connecting with you? So much so that it feels like you actually know me? It didn’t happen by accident. When I
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Social proof can be a powerful tool for converting visitors to your landing page. Learn some ways to add social proof to your landing pages.
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In this episode of Rough Draft with Demian Farnworth, you'll discover six principles of first sentences that grab and keep your readers' attention.
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Contextual Advertising, as a phrase, sounds so sophisticated, doesn’t it? Throw that one around in a couple of meetings and it sounds like you, as the marketing manager, know what you are talking about and expert in all things advertising. First, let’s jump into some resources that you can use, to get started with contextual advertising: Infolinks Infolinks is the epitome of contextual advertising. Infolinks is a creative look at...
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Creating shareable content boils down to understanding your audience. Here are some powerful ways to create contagious content that begs to be shared
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Are you tired of your competition outranking you? Or even worse, seeing them rank for keywords that you don't even show up for? In this post, I will tea
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Google AdWords Qualified ; Marketing Strategy ; Social Media Marketing ;
Employment
  • stanley hunt jewellers retford
    Online Marketer, 2010 - 2010
  • Xilobaia , Aviva and Natural Wood Floor
    Economic Manager, 1999 - 2008
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Previously
Lincoln UK - Sighetu Marmatiei Romania - Cluj Napoca Romania - Timisoara Romania
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Marketing addict with interest in social media, SEO, web analytics and human nature
Introduction
Straddling borders-not that UKBA should bother about

  • Yeah , nowadays even from the cradle  you need to think seriously about your Online Presence Management otherwise you can get in trouble ! I created a Twitter profile in 2009 just to see what Twitter is like and now I feel embarrassed by what I posted there.

  • But not too many words about my professional profile , I leave it for LinkedIn as I am not a mono dimensional human.

  •  Yes , I live in two worlds ( or in between) and I think I should pass through a sieve the flow of impressions and keep only what’s best from each life. I was a fully grown person when I came to UK to share a life with Richard so I look at the things in my new country with no special reverence.

  • Better roads in UK but I miss the golden hot summers in Romania and the taste of the fruits bought at the vegetable’s markets by kilos not by grams like in a supermarket.

  • When I was in Romania I often listened to Visage-Fade to Grey , still one of my favourite songs.” Feel the rain like an English summer “ always made me dream , I was craving to know what it is like, imagining that it must be something very poetic. Now I know :(

  • But if the dull weather is the source for a national depression and , subsequently, the reason why the UK has supplied such a fine music , then long live the rainy weather !

  • I lived all my life in Romania in block of flats  getting a sense of safety from knowing I was surrounded by other apartments and people living in them were so closed to me.When  Richard, my English partner , goes away I simply can’t sleep even  if I know there is no real danger for me.
     

  • From the windows of my apartment in Sighet  ( county Maramures, near the border with Ukraine) all I could see was concrete and the rubbish bins. Now I take my coffee ( expresso like) in the garden and experiment with growing vegetables and flowers.Not extremely successful , so far :)

  • When I went shopping with two friends from the village ( Sturton by Stow, Lincolnshire) shortly after my arrival in UK  I was asked by the cashier the usual question : any cash back ? Full of enthusiasm  I replied “ yes “ , wrongly believing she was offering me bags for packing my shopping.

  • It was  a surprise for me when I realized 99% of TV programs are in English ( I know , I know I can watch a foreign film if I want at 2 o’clock a.m on Film4 ) so people really are in difficulty with subtitles. My struggle is with spoken English , this is why I don’t really go to Odeon for  watching films. It’s much better going to Bishop Greaves Theatre where Lincoln Film Society present off -mainstream films ( with subtitles , of course ! ). Honestly I’ve grown bored with all crime series re-loaded on TV.

  • The ethos of the communist regime in Romania didn’t include the idea of inequality between women and men. Women could take any kind of education or work. I never much thought about  but at some moment I noticed a change for the worse in the way women were looked at.And it was in my latest years spent in Romania when the market economy was up and running. No difference here in UK or at least in the area where I live. Simply I can’t come to terms with the idea that a woman should be shy in thinking she is as good as a man or even better !

  • I don’t really have somebody to talk about the books I read , except my mother and my daughter. Here comes Andrei Makine’s novels  ( my mother) or books about web ( my daughter, Loreley).

  • I like the Romanian plum brandy but I wouldn’t say “no” to gin &tonic or Bloody Mary. And I drink stouts as if they were milk. This doesn’t imply I don’t like wines , my preference going to Romanian ones , red , dry and rich in flavours.

  • What is tragic in my life is the fact that I can’t resist sweets :(  The view of a chocolate brownie makes me react like the Pavlov’s dog. I need a tissue to wipe my chin :)

Bragging rights
Introvert trying to turn into an extrovert, have one daughter Loreley , living in Romania. She is one of my best friends.The other one is Richard, my partner.
Education
  • Babeş-Bolyai University
    Marketing, 1999 - 2004
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A large range of food on the menu, certainly for you if you like home made meals. Unfortunately, sometimes it's not warm enough when they bring it to the table.Staff very friendly and helpful. Try goulash and tripe sour soup.
Atmosphere: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good food , good atmosphere, clean place.The staff should be smiling more, it wouldn't do them any harm. I recommend beef with cognac sauce, lovely !
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Not impressed with the food and drink, nothing special about it.Menu written only in Romanian and Italian , although there were a few english speaking tourists there at the time my husband and I were having dinner. I got locked up in the toilet because the door didn't have a handle on the inside. What if a fire would start when somebody is blocked in the toilet ?
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago