Thursday, 25 July 2013

Follow up to Attitude Magazine - Future of the Gay Scene

56-years should not be running a gay bar?

No - Gay Bar owners need to become BUSINESS men and not do it for the Sex, for the Dates, but do it for the Cliental. http://www.nextmagazine.com/content/exclusive-splash-owner-brian-landeche-talks-about-why-legendary-bar-closing-after-22-years

My piece in Attitude Magazine the Future Issue Addresses this fact. There's TOO MUCH NOSTALGIA... TOO MUCH Desperation and not enough FACT. You're a business...if you need to Reinvent yourself to survive, you need to reinvent yourself. A business is not built on YOU, it's Built on your CUSTOMERS. So start looking after them, not your needs! HARSH, BUT TRUE!

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Attitude UK - the future of the gay scene

Check out the most recent issue (July 2013) The Future issue to find my column on the future of the gay scene 


Thursday, 4 July 2013

Featured: Tripping blog - Tripper of the week

So here I am being featured as Tripper of the week with my very own interview.


Check out the full interview https://www.tripping.com/blog/blog/2013/06/20/tripper-of-the-week-ryan-c-haynes-world-travel-explorations/


Ryan C. Haynes has visited 28 countries and is adding even more to the list…
1. In what part of the world did you grow up?
I grew up in Poole, Dorset, in the south of England, known as the Jurassic coastline, in the largest ‘natural’ harbour in the world, and the home of the boy scouts – Brownsea Island. I grew up in an area shrouded in mystery and draped in intrigue, there was always so much to see. I would often grab my bike and cycle 20 – 30 km into the countryside in the middle of summer. This is where I learned I loved to explore!

https://www.tripping.com/blog/blog/2013/06/20/tripper-of-the-week-ryan-c-haynes-world-travel-explorations/

Wednesday, 3 July 2013

Meeting the HEAD of Google Travel

Let's meet the Head of Travel at Google, Daniel Robb. We learn his background, his take on Google, travel and technology adoption and how he perceives political and economic impacts on travel. 

Is he making predictions about thus year? Will hotels build in business? How will inbound travel fair? What impact will there be on the airline industry? What will this mean for information delivery?

How will the way we buy and book travel change with our use of digital devices like smartphones and tablets? What do we need to provide to get people buying - it's all Digital Marketing.

Become passionate and succeed. 
 

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Tips to Facebook success

Take heed from this advice on Facebook. These few tips could make you stand out from the crowd.

1. Use more bold visuals, images and videos
2. Optimise your facebook landing page, provide a point to call.
3. Connect posts with other pages and websites, show your connections
4. Plan what you want to post, know how content will be distributed on Facebook
5. Upgrade with the Facebook business account to get greater insight
6. Trial and error. You need to see what works and what doesn't - for you! Every business is different.
7. Make it fun, it needs to be entertaining and relevant

For more: http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/17232a46-3bd3-48d3-b4a3-9b0ffa01fdf5.aspx#

Monday, 1 July 2013

Getting to know International Gay Prides with Gogobot

It's doing it's circles in the global press, so it's about time I post a link to my own work. Huffington Post has covered it, as well as SoSoGay. So here is my list of the best gay prides to check out across the world.

http://www.gogobot.com/ryan-haynes-best-gay-pride-events_2

Of course, there are many more. And I certainly need to experience other gay prides. There is no shortage, and as we just end one of the busiest weekends in the gay calendar - I wish you all a

HAPPY GAY PRIDE 2013