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#b2bcopychat  is back tomorrow on Twitter if anyone's interesting in joining in.
Join us for our fifth Twitter chat, where we’ll be discussing writing infographics, videos and other types of visual content for B2B audiences.
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So, yes, looking forward to a few games.
 
This week: much excitement. #e32015  
This week: we look at a selection of news and announcements to come out of this year’s E3. Please join Emily, Paul, Paul and Paul as they talk about: Fallout 4 Dishonored 2 Doom 4 Final Fantasy VII Shenmue 3 The Last Guardian Mass Effect Andromeda Xbox One “backwards compatibility” VR contenders from Sony and MS Nintendo having nothing but puppets And more… Plus we look at what we’ve been up to this week, ...
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Be afraid, very afraid.
 
Please join Emily, Paul and Paul as they take us through such memorable moments of science in films like: Volcano, Jurassic World, The Day After Tomorrow, Interstellar, Dante’s Peak, Transcendence, Lucy and more (it’s not all hate).
This week: Cookie is eaten by a Deinonychus and we look at how badly science is often conveyed in films. Please join Emily, Paul and Paul as they take us through such memorable moments of science in films like: Volcano, Jurassic World, The Day After Tomorrow, Interstellar, Dante’s Peak, Transcendence, Lucy and more (it’s not all hate). Plus we discuss what we’ve been up to, with some in-depth discussions around: Sense8, Jurassic World, Sup...
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Really pleased with what +Paul Blewitt, +Paul Everitt and +Paul Wood brought to this episode. You should totally give it a listen.
 
"Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion..." It's here, our Blade Runner special. Listen at the link. #bladerunner  
This week we discuss Ridley Scott’s 1982 classic sci-fi film: Blade Runner. Please join Emily, Paul, Paul and Paul as they talk about rewatching the Final Cut version of Blade Runner. We discussed a lot this episode, including: Just what is it about this 33 year old film that keeps us coming back to it again and again? Why is it such a cornerstone of sci-fi on screen? Is Deckard really a, y’know? So, are you sitting comfortably? Click her...
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Go Natasha, go!
 
Natasha, Natasha, Natasha... We want you to have your own film, we really, really do. #BlackWidow  
This week: women can be superheroes and be the main protagonists of films. Please join Emily, Paul, Paul and Paul as they talk about leaked emails between Marvel CEO Ike Perlmutter and Sony CEO Michael Lynton where Ike claimed it wasn’t financially viable to make female led superhero films. Plus: The end of Jackman as Wolverine How many Robin Hood films are heading your way Channing Tatum wants to be in Forever War Valve quickly dr...
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The panic about marketing to millennials (an insider's view)

I must now see several articles pop up a week, talking about marketing to millennials/Generation Y in either the B2C or B2B. The panic is here.
I must now see several articles pop up a week, talking about marketing to millennials/Generation Y in either the B2C or B2B. The panic is here.
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Last week's episode was interesting to say the least.
 
A lot happened in this week's episode (UK) of #agentsofshield , so what did Emily make of all the drama?
Things come to a head in this week's UK episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Emily takes a look at how the play off between Coulson and Gonzales goes down.
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This.
 
Google+ Pro Tip: If you want people to add you back, at least try to make your profile look like it belongs to a real person. Change the default 'row of coloured felt' art, add a tiny bit of info to your about page, and at least hide your spam.

Because yes, we can all see the 1000 times you spammed your shitty eBook about sexy wolves or generic insurance comparison website to various G+ communities.

It's also alarmingly easy to mask your spamminess on Google+, so you've got no excuse. In short: stop being shit at life, and we might add you back.

Signed,
Real People Still Inexplicably Trying to Enjoy Google+

P.s: The cat isn't related to anything. I just rule at marketing and getting people's attention. This is how it's done, kids.
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Please don't get me to support your thing, via Twitter, in this way

Mass messaging almost always looks bad.
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Some fantastic advice today on the blog... and a hypnotic GIF ;)
 
John talks tactics for getting past the demands of writing repetitive B2B content. #copywriting
Copywriters are often asked to write on the same topic again and again. John has five tips for how to do that without your writing getting stale.
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Really pleased with this week's episode. Think we all raised some very interesting points.
 
Are Simon Pegg's recent comments fair?
This week: we explore Simon Pegg’s recent comments regarding comic book and sci-fi films in popular cinema. Please join Emily, Paul and Paul as they talk about Simon Peggs’ comments about whether films are making us “childish” and then his later clarification of his original comments. We manage to take in some history of American cinema and the concept of blockbuster films; how studios affect scripts; the role of marketing in film; what happens...
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At least we didn't have to suffer through Episode I.
 
Coming straight to you out of hyperspace, is this week's episode dedicated to watching the Star Wars films in the Machete Order.
This week: Star Wars. Lots and lots of Star Wars. Please join Emily, Paul, Paul and Paul as they talk about watching the Star Wars films in the Machete Order as part of May 4th and just something to do over a Bank Holiday weekend. Important questions answered: did Padmé hurt herself in Attack of the Clones? Why is Anakin so creepy? What happened to the Force being a religion? And more. So, are you sitting comfortably? Click here to list...
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Tech Witer, Research & Marketing go-to, multimedia producer and editor and nearly there comics and script writer
Introduction
Freelance games and comics journalist, producer and editor for Nerds Assemble, plus author of Back Row which appears in volume one of The Pilgrim anthology published by Cape Fear Comics. I also like to make films in my spare time with Habitual Films.

My current employer, Radix Communications Ltd, is one of the few B2B technology copywriting firms in the UK.

Previously Multimedia Producer for BeefJack.

Former co-presenter on Kill/Screen, a web based show about videogames.
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Have a vendetta against Rick Wakeman (long story).
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Writing... a lot.
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