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Christian Resources Together: Tuesday’s Twitter Stream #CRT2012

A SELECTION of yesterday’s tweets from the CRT2012 Retailers & Suppliers Retreat, most recent first, starting with the evening’s awards ceremony courtesy of Eddie Olliffe; congratulations to Tom Wright/SPCK and CLC Wholesale on their well-deserved wins: #CRT2012 Book of the Year was awarded to Tom Wright for 'Simply Jesus' (SPCK) – a worthy winner. CLC Wholesale … Continue reading

News Roundup – the twitter feed edition

MY APOLOGIES to those readers who’ve missed the News Roundups over the last few weeks: life, as they say. The good news is that this trade of ours is at least as busy as I am, with as much going on as ever. Don’t forget, you can pick up on news as it emerges via … Continue reading

Social Media Update: Alban Books, Christian Bits, Christian Bookshop Ossett, CLC Inverness, CLC Wholesale and a note about security

GOOD TIMES on the social media front with several new entrants from the Christian book trade. Without further ado, then, a warm welcome to: ALBAN BOOKS on twitter: @AlbanBooks — already on facebook at facebook.com/pages/Alban-Books-Ltd/85130147120 Alban Books’ first tweet brings us a reminder that a certain wedding is imminent — an opportunity to kill two birds … Continue reading

The Mission Ball: A Social Media Survey

Neil Batty, purveyor of Scripture Candy and other fine Christian novelties, requested an opinion on another product he hopes to start bouncing around here in the UK: the Mission Ball. Being a complete ignoramus when it comes to anything football related (tennis, however, I understand perfectly) I thought what better way to garner feedback than via … Continue reading

The Lost Symbol and the Lost Hashtag #LBF09 #LBF

It’s a tricky business getting to grips with new media, especially when you’re dealing with a two thousand year old story — always assuming, of course, that Dan Brown’s new novel, The Lost Symbol, actually does take up the plot where The Da Vinci Code left off rather than lose it completely. But this post … Continue reading