About & Contact

Bio
I am a marketing communications professional (it says here). I am British, but currently live and work in New York. I have specific expertise in the digital and social media arenas.

12 thoughts on “About & Contact

  1. Pingback: BumRush the AoC! « Francis Anderson

  2. I was looking at your digital marketing ecosystem and would like to use a portion of it for a school presentation. However, the image is small and i cannot read the title headings. Would you be so kind to provide me a larger graphic so I can read it. I will ensure to give you credit for my assignment.

  3. Hi Francis,

    I’d like to use the image you have for your November 18, 2008 post on Social Media for an editorial piece. Do you know the origin of this image (credit, useage rights, creative commons?). Please let me know if you have a chance.

    Thank you!

    Emily Kathan
    emkathan@mit.edu

  4. Hi Francis. I am a can collector and noticed the picture of Narragansett beer cans on your 30 Jun 2009 entry. Do you know who owns those cans? If so, would you please forward my email address to them? Thanks.

    Keith

  5. Hi,
    I am writing in regards to ask your contribution. I have written an article about sleeveface for a hungarian website and I saw, that you have some pictures about it. It would be great if I could complete the text with a photo.
    Could you please be so kind and contribute to use the pictures from your homepage?
    Of course I refer it accordingly.
    Thank you in advance.
    Best regards,
    Judit Buzás

  6. Hi! I’m an editor for a student newspaper and was wondering if you knew were you got the social media picture for your

    Social Media: Waste of Time, Waste of Money, Kills Campaigns?
    November 18, 2008
    …entry

    if you know it’d be great! If not, that’s okay to…my supervisor just wants me to ask you.

    thanks!

  7. Hi! I’m an editor for a student newspaper and was wondering if you knew were you got the social media picture for your

    Social Media: Waste of Time, Waste of Money, Kills Campaigns?
    November 18, 2008
    …entry

    if you know it’d be great! If not, that’s okay to…my supervisor just wants me to ask you.

    thanks!

  8. Francis

    I would like to use the image of the old man found on the October 23, 2009. Could/would you please provide the source/usage rights/credit information?

    Thanks!

  9. I work for Adzookie.com, a mobile advertising company. We’re doing something a bit out there …. we’re turning homes into billboards. You can see pictures at http://www.adzookie.com/paintmyhouse.php

    I thought you and your readers might be interested so I’ve included our press release below. So far 223 homeowners have contacted us as well as 12 businesses, 7 restaurants and 1 church.
    If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

    Sincerely,
    Mark Oskorus
    http://www.Adzookie.com
    1122 E. Lincoln Avenue Suite 219
    Orange, CA 92865
    800-435-4360 Office
    866-904-9358 Fax

    ADVERTISING COMPANY IS TURNING HOUSES INTO BILLBOARDS

    Advertising is getting edgier every day. It’s getting harder to attract people’s attention. Adzookie.com has come up with an innovative way by turning houses into billboards.

    ORANGE, CA April 4, 2011 – Got the flu? Call a doctor. Can’t pay your mortgage? Call Adzookie.com. Why? Adzookie.com, a free mobile advertising company, is doing something revolutionary, not only to advertise themselves, but to help homeowners pay their mortgage. They’re turning houses across America into billboards.

    Romeo Mendoza, CEO of Adzookie.com, was struck with the idea while driving his daughter home from school.

    “I saw signs outside homes saying ‘bank-owned’ and suddenly I felt for the families I imagined lived there,” said Mendoza.

    “I was trying really hard to think of ways to help …then it hit me. Our company buys advertising all the time. We could buy ad space on their house and pay them for it.”

    In fact, for Adzookie.com the idea of helping others is part of their corporate infrastructure.

    “Adzookie.com is a free mobile advertising company. We help local businesses reach new customers by placing free advertisements where ads get noticed the most, on smart phones,” says Mendoza. “Promoting our business in a way that’s outrageous and fun just make sense.”

    Adzookie.com is looking for homes that are owned and not rented or leased. The entire outside of the house is painted, minus the roof, the windows and any awnings. Painting takes approximately 3 – 5 days. Adzookie.com will pay the mortgage every month for as long as the house is painted, which can be up to a year. Homeowners can apply at http://adzookie.com/paintmyhouse.php

    Ask Mendoza how many homes his company plans on painting and he’ll tell you, “As many as we can. We’re promoting our free local mobile ad network so the more neighborhoods the better.”

    About Adzookie.com

    Adzookie.com is a free mobile ad network. Adzookie.com’s technology expands the reach of the mobile banner ad industry by 5000%. Other mobile ad networks are limited to working with the 50,000+ mobile enabled websites that can display mobile ad banners. Adzookie.com’s technology goes beyond that, allowing them to place mobile ad banners on any website … all 255 million. Think Google adsense meets mobile. Adzookie.com links together the websites of local businesses. For the first time, advertisers can buy mobile banner ads within defined neighborhoods. Mobile banner advertising is now possible for local businesses.

    Follow Us on Twitter:
    twitter.com/adzookie

    Check out our Facebook Page:
    Facebook.com/Adzookie.com

    YouTube Videos available on:
    Youtube.com/Adzookie

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