I AM set to chat with Allan Beswick on BBC Radio Manchester on Wednesday afternoon at around 1pm; you can listen online if near a computer.
I will be talking about blogs and how representatives of charitable groups, business owners and individuals can use them to publish their words, video and experiences.
And I've told myself not to get too animated about it all and gas on endlessly, like I do to most people when I get onto this subject.
I've been able to get a recording of the chat I had with Allan Beswick, just hit play to listen.
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Good luck for this afternoon Craig!
Are you going to be posting the recording of your interview on the site for those of us who are not allowed to listen due to UK licensing laws?
Posted by: Claire Sutton | 13 September 2006 at 09:02
Well done Craig!
just listened to you on t'radio.
I've decided I must be one of those 'weird Herberts or sadoe's' that Bessy mentioned!
But like you I am totally convinced that blogs/blogging is the bizz!
Thanks for all your help and advice...I'm still working on it all....lots to learn.
Good luck with all your blogs.
ps. I hope you changed out of your pyjamas for the interview!
Posted by: Widget/Phoenix | 13 September 2006 at 17:00
Well done Craig. You came across as really knowledgeable, which of course you are, and sounded good on the radio - I reckon you've done this before! I hope you enjoyed it.
Robin @ the BBC Manchester Blog
Posted by: Robin Hamman | 14 September 2006 at 17:53
I have just resigned as ceo from Perigordvacance.com and landscapejuice.com in protest at Manchester radios take on Bloggers lol:-0)
Well done Craig, you could get a job on the radio full time I reckon.
I can honestly say that regular updating of the blog snatches top spot on google regularly.
I can even report coming above This French Life on one search result (I wont say which one)
My google earnings have increased five fold in the last 2 months and most of it is down to Craigs advice.
Posted by: Phil Voice | 14 September 2006 at 22:22