Jayne Gorman

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Travel Tips From the Top Bloggers

(4) Comments | Posted 4 June 2013 | (00:00)

There is a sassy, globetrotting, female elite out there who have made travel a central part of what they do for a living. They are constantly on the road, sourcing hot spots and the not so hot, and sharing it with their online travel communities. I asked some of these...

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Brands, Social Media and Common Sense

(0) Comments | Posted 5 March 2013 | (13:50)

Many of you agreed with the points I made in a previous post about how and why brands need to be able to provide customer service via social media. But there is another CS brands need to employ as part of their social media strategy - and that...

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The Trouble With Business Class Travel

(0) Comments | Posted 20 December 2012 | (14:04)

The trouble with flying Business Class is that once you know what lies in front of the curtain that divides the privileged from the cattle, you never want to be on the wrong side of it again. Pleasures such as real cutlery, alcohol with bubbles and large seats which fully...

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Diary of a Freelancer: Week 1

(6) Comments | Posted 14 November 2012 | (11:26)

My new colleague is quite hairy and doesn't talk much. I've quit my secure, full time, well paid job for the exhilarating freedom and terrifying insecurity of life as a freelancer. It's Week 1 and already I am having conversations with my dog.

There are a few other things I...

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Single Traveller: The Pros and Cons of a Holiday for One

(2) Comments | Posted 16 October 2012 | (15:47)

Can there be anything more deliciously self-indulgent than solo travel? Going where you want, when you want? Creating your own agenda, sticking to it if you wish, and ditching it if you don't?

I've often flown solo and I prefer it this way. I can wander around the airport or...

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