Posts Categorized: social networking

V2: Content Focused Direction

So, for our second blog post introducing KILTR V2 and some of our new improvements, we’re going to talk content. We hear that content is king. Indeed, content marketing has become the buzzword of 2013 but we’ve been asking do social networking sites really showcase content in the most effective way? Think about it. How… Read more »

V2: New Improved Profiles

Every week from today until we launch KILTR Version 2 this summer, we’ll be letting you in on some of the unique and exciting new features that will inform our new direction and the site’s new design. Firstly, we’d like to let you know about some big changes coming to the look and feel of… Read more »

The J-Word Tours

We hear a little from The J-Word Tours, a new jazz music project touring Scotland and the UK very soon. It looks like a terrific programme of events and the tour presents shows in Perth, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness, Edinburgh and Dunfermline. The J-Word is a new project, committed to sharing the best in live music… Read more »

KILTR's Preview Event in NYC

Have a look at a selection of photographs from the successful ‘Introduction to KILTR V2′ event at Highlands in New York City’s West Village on Tuesday 9th April. Hard to believe that was over a week ago! We launch Version 2 in Scotland on Wednesday 12th June – Details to follow soon. To find out… Read more »

Artist of the Month: Fat Goth

Halina from one of Scotland’s top independent music blogs, Glasgow PodcART, takes a look at the amazing and up and coming Fat Goth. First in a new monthly series from the PodcART team on KILTR! The immediate reaction when people hear the name Fat Goth is the unsurprising pang of laughter. Some have even thought… Read more »

Richard McKay Q&A

Richard McKay who runs one of Scotland’s top flooring companies, McKay Flooring Limited (and who is, I may add, something of a social media guru himself) tells us a bit about his company and what’s in store for 2013, on the run up to their 40th Anniversary. Hello McKay Flooring! Can you tell us what… Read more »

The State of the Stand Up Nation

Another great blog piece from one of our favourite Scottish comedians and comedy writers, Bruce Morton from the Greater Shawlands Republic. This time an appraisal of the contemporary stand up scene in Scotland. It has taken a while to get stand-up comedy embedded as part of the entertainment landscape in Scotland. Years, and years. At… Read more »

Colin Macrae's Highland Adventure

KILTR member and intrepid Scottish explorer, Colin Macrae, looks back on his social media project come Highland adventure, Lost In Scotland. There is a line in the classic Alan Paton novel Cry the Beloved Country when he describes Ixopo in Kwazulu/Natal as “Lovely beyond all singing of it” I am guessing he had never been to… Read more »