Hey. Let’s Talk About RefME for Once.

by Tom Hatton

A quick note from our CEO, Tom Hatton: I rarely blog and tweet about RefME, as I know RefME has a lot to learn and achieve still before we start preaching, but I think it is time to have a quick look back on what has certainly been a great …

Introducing RefME WebClipper, Making Online Referencing Even Easier.

by Tom Hatton

We’re excited to announce our newest feature, the RefME WebClipper. This new add-on to Google Chrome lets you reference web pages directly from your browser, making referencing online resources even easier. You can also: Reference in one-click – Create references for articles, journals, videos, social media sites (and more), directly …

Sign Up and Start Earning as a RefME Digital Rep

by Tom Hatton

Over the last two weeks we’ve had over 150,000 signups to RefME from students all over the world! We’re now reaching out to everyone who’s using RefME to spread the word and in doing so, save students everywhere from referencing hell. As a rep you’ll get your own personalised link …

RefME Library Book Cash Competition

by Tom Hatton

Want to win some cash while you’re stuck in the library? Introducing The RefME Library Book Hunt! We’ve launched a fun little Twitter competition today for everyone stuck in a Library. We’re giving away £50 cash to the first person to complete round two. In order to get into round …

Why I Left My Freelance Role to Become Permanent

by Michael Tempest

First a little history about me, early 2013 saw myself take a big jump into the freelance world and leave the stability of my agency role. For the past 14 months I have had a very successful entry into the world of freelancing, I took the approach of mainly contracting …