Yasni had a brilliant week last week and managed to achieve incredible levels of national coverage in the UK. This included a huge article in the Guardian, which focused on Yasni and its many functions:
The UK release explored how to track people down on the internet and the amount of time people spent per month doing so. The coverage was phenomenal. The Times wrote about Yasni and how it can be used to track down the people you hate and the Daily Mail referred to Yasni as the Big Brother of the online world.
We just wanted to share some of our latest success with you! 😉
I thought I would share this wonderful piece of exposure for Yasni in the UK. The Association of Graduate Recruiters Conference is a chance for recruitment professionals from all over the UK to meet up and discuss the recruitment industry and this year, a site called Here Comes The Boss showed a video to all attendees about how and why Web 2.0 will affect the recruitment sector.
Yasni was included within the video presentation and was recommended as a website that would be useful to recruiters in the future! We are absolutely thrilled with this and you can watch it here…
Continue reading Yasni gets popular with recruiting experts
We thought we would wow our dear users with an update of our latest global coverage! We’re doing amazingly well and we’ve been blessed with some really great coverage from some great publications around the world!
We put out a news story about the amount of people who use the Internet to try and reveal saucy secrets about their partner and the results were shocking. So much that The Herald Sun in Australia has covered it twice!
On the Internet… Continue reading Yasni’s Global Press Update: June 2009