Loquax Newsletter

Loquax regularly used to send out a newsletter to subscribers. At one point we were reaching over 125,000 inboxes. However GDPR and an ancient mailing system hit us hard and we had to start again. Unfortunately to comply with some partner terms we had to stop sending the relaunched version of the newsletter. Today we try and keep you all up to date with what’s happening at Loquax via a blog post or two.

Loquax 25

Reflecting On 25 Years Of Loquax

On the 7th February 2008 we wrote a blog post celebrating 10 years of Loquax. In that article we looked back at some of the many logos the site had adopted during it’s first decade

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A Loquax Update – April 2022

We thought that it was high time to do a quick Loquax update blog. Remember we don’t send out newsletters any more and so our blog, forums and social media are usually where we let

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2022

A Belated Happy New Year

A belated Happy New Year to you all from Loquax! Hopefully the festive period was a peaceful and enjoyable one for you all. It was quite a quiet one for us and a far cry

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Loquax Bingo

A Loquax Update – October 2021

We’ve not done an update for a while so thought we’d better give a quick update on what’s happening at Loquax. The biggest change is that we’ve made the decision to make Loquax.co.uk first and

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Radio Competitions

A Loquax Update – June 2021

Unbelievably it’s coming up to almost five months since we last did an update about Loquax on the blog. Back then we were still in lockdown and making little changes to Loquax. Since then there’s

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Loquax Updates

A Loquax Update – January 2021

A very belated Happy New Year from all of us at Loquax. What started as hope for a more optimistic 2021 quickly changed with further lockdowns and to be honest it’s taken us a little

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Advent Competitions

Advent Competitions Coming Soon

Can you believe that advent season is almost upon us yet again? If you’re new to comping this time is when the number of daily competitions usually goes through the roof. It can get a

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