Comment posted Emergence of Kintyre and Gigha Marketing Group completes Argyll and the Isles jigsaw by John Sinclair.
Mel Gibson are you implying Randak are bandits.
Welcome to capitalism, how many of us are held to ransum every day, high fuel cost, high rent, vat 20%.
John Sinclair also commented
- “Looks like Linda’s post above is just so much hot air and that OLTA is still a closed shop, part of that cosy club we were talking about . . .”
- Pole Position Internet Service Ltd
I have noted “I also feel compelled to point out some truths and set the record straight on some of your (potentially) more misleading points.” and “I cannot comment on the Oban Times’ stance on your advertising. All I will say is that it has been a long time since I wasted 70p on buying a copy of this poor local comic!”.
As at Thursday 7th June 2012, the price of The Oban Times and West Highland Times was 77 pence, was that the news paper you were meaning.
“I apologise for this reply being ‘off topic’ but I will not sit back and let my company’s reputation be tarred with a brush when the brusher is not in possession of the full facts and makes unfounded accusations.” So is this fact that Obans local news paper is a “poor local comic”.
- Scots Renewables
In my view you have explained the situation very well and have noticed the lack of replies to your input. This topic no longer shows up on the home page under “Most Commented”. If I had to sum up this whole debate I would use your quote “Let’s face it, there is only room for so many snouts in the local trough.”.
- Scots Renewables
I find your last post very intriguing, the first person to question AISTP ability was flamed out. What I read from your post, there may of been negligence and sever lack of marketing experience. No wonder you then question the confidence level, but the most damming part is based on fact about Randak retaining control of the domain name, “Randak are almost certainly not bandits”, almost is a interesting word used in this context. Finally, by passing “the many highly professional Argyll-based web companies” well, I copied this from RandaK web site, maybe someone else could answer your question. Our council do not appear to hold your view on many highly professional Argyll-based web companies.
“Argyll and Bute Council
Market research demonstrates that Argyll is primarily known for it’s landscapes and coastal scenery. Randak created a graphic that captures this feel and this has formed the basis for us to be able to develop a stronger regional identity. We are now working together to develop a website facility for Argyll that can act as an invaluable promotional tool for the region.
Fergus Younger – Argyll Area Agricultural Strategy Development Manager”
- more like Backgammon
Recent comments by John Sinclair
- Thuggish Yes campaign benefits from media’s artificial ‘balance’ as Murphy forced to suspend campaign tour
The “No” people here on their no forum can only undermine, there are many Simon’s on this forum some are as good as Danny Alexander, truth will always seep out.
- Scottish National Party selects candidate for by-election in Oban North and Lorn
The default position will be a Yes vote, only the few who are voting No need to say. By the 18th September 2014 the couple of councillors still intending to vote No will most probably vote Yes to get re-elected.
- Jim Murphy hit by eggs in Kirkcaldy
This video shows just how corrupt the UK government really are.
- BBC indy debate: incoherent uncontrolled unedifying bear pit
Boris Johnson is moving in to become the next Tory leader, Cameron is fighting a rearguard action to blame Darling for the loss of the referendum. It would be political suicide for him to go north to take on Alex Salmond on his home turf. That would be a debate to get tickets to go and see.
- Indy, the banks and the Scottish economy
With a Yes vote on the 18th September, I would like to think our closest ally will be rUK. The fear being peddled here by the minority group within the No camp will wither along with this web forum if they continue this negativism.
powered by SEO Super Comments