One Year Blogging For Media Week

Tomorrow is the 1st anniversary of my first post on DigiTales.


In 157 posts, as the tagline says, I’ve tried to bring “stories and insight from the digital media space back down to earth…”


The first post about The Search Works getting sold to TradeDoubler kicked the blog off and since then I’ve been commenting on events, and also trying to dish up some more esoteric yarns about advertising and the internet.


From Google’s scrapping of BPF to Royal Mail’s Direct Mail, the BBC’s new site to Faceparty age discrimination, thoughts on The Apprentice to rants about Amy Winehouse – it’s been a fascinating ride which will continue with aplomb as long as Rich and Steve will have me!


My favourite post had to be the one about Liz Jones – it’s just that kind of ignorance about the internet, web marketing and the digital industry that this blog is trying dispel.


Thanks for reading…

  • Rich Sutcliffe

    Congratualtions Mel, the card’s in the post…as in a card, not your cards.

  • Philip Smith

    yes, many happy returns. Are blogger’s years the same as ‘real’ years? Or are they like ‘dog years’?

  • http://community.brandrepublic.com/blogs/digitales/default.aspx Mel Carson

    If I spent 30 mins per post on average – that’s 78 hours in total! Ssshhh – don’t tell SteveB….