What have you done to David Reviews?
A lot. As well as all the cosmetic changes, we've updated all the gubbins behind the scenes and you should now find that your searches are much faster than they were.
The changes are going to enable us to enhance the service over the coming weeks and months - we hope you'll like what you see.
Speaking of searches, what's happened to the advanced search?
It's coming back. Having made such a fundamental overhaul of the whole site, we've had to rebuild everything from scratch and although we planned to complete this task over the Christmas break, we didn't quite manage it.
An improved version of the 'advanced search' will be in place by Monday 27th January.
Where are the news stories?
We're being sent more and more news stories all the time and we want to do them justice. By 24th January, they will have been re-introduced and we think you'll like the new format.
It sounds like it's been a lot of work?
It's good of you to notice.
You wouldn't believe how much work it's been. Managing the transition while continuing to stay up to date with all the latest work has been a Herculean task. But we're getting there.
When will the newsletter be back? We love the newsletter.
The Newsletter is now back. If you're not receiving it, please email us.
And we're glad you like the newsletter... we like it too.
Who is David?
When we first launched in 2002, we were selling DVD subscriptions and DaViD was a complex acronym that stood for 'advertising intelligence on DVD'. It also enabled us to position ourselves as 'David' against the 'Goliath' that was Xtreme Information. Are they still going?
When we launched the web site, it turned out that our audience liked it better than the DVDs so we switched our focus to that and even though the name didn't really make sense any more we kept it.
Can I call you David when I phone?
Why the hell not... everyone else does?
Where are my lists?
The lists are now back online and you can add to them and create new lists. Soon you'll be able to change the running order and delete clips from lists.
Aren't you going to have to amend this page as soon as you've delivered all these promises?
Er, good point. Or sneakily move the dates if we don't quite make it.
We don't have a subscription. How much does it cost?
A Standard Company subscription costs Â£599 plus VAT (if applicable) and a Premium subscription costs Â£999 plus VAT (if applicable). Just phone Jason Stone on 0141 776 7766.
Don't you have some kind of e-commerce so we can buy online?