Why Pen and Paper Will Always Have a Place

Living in the digital age opens up amazing possibilities. Technology is moving at a breathless pace and it can be both scary and exhilarating on any given day. (but there will always be a use for paper and pens!) Anyone born in the final decade of the 20th Century will […]

Pen and Paper always has a place

Using Social Media Apps To Figure Out Who Your Customers Are

Before you write any content, you need to now who you’re writing it for. Successful businesses are more and more social. Understanding who the main customer is in your business is fundamental to its success. It may seem counterintuitive to narrow your focus, but it’s much easier to communicate and build a relationship […]

11 Essential Editing and Proofreading Tools to Polish Your Content

The content you produce can make or break your business. Poorly written content, littered with mistakes, makes you look sloppy and unprofessional. The real writing happens in the editing. If you are writing your own content and copy, make sure you do it well and do so consistently. There are […]

Sidekick business story

Who’s the Sidekick in the Story of Your Business?

Who’s the sidekick in the story of your business? So, you’ve done a piece of work for a client and you need to get the money out of them. A professional looking invoice and professional payment system reassures your client you are a professional business. You want to make it […]

The Unspoken Rules of Online Marketing and How to Use Them (Guest Post)

I’m happy to support another blogger and writer by hosting this guest post about online marketing.     Jennifer Scott is a business developer that works in different areas of education, technology, security and various types of online marketing. Prior to business developing Jennifer was a consultant at Deloitte, and […]

Unspoken rules of online marketing a guest blog

The Foundation Of Your Success? A Good Website!

This week’s contributed content covers the importance of having a great website. It’s the foundation of your business in the Information Age. Think of your website as your digital shopfront, it’s the first impression people get of your business as they browse the digital high street. However, building a great […]

Inspiration in the Unfamiliar : Top Tips for a Business Retreat Day

Could a retreat rejuvenate your business? Inspiration is easier to find in the unfamiliar. When we see and do the same things every day, in the same place, before long we’re living our lives on a conveyor belt. Stagnant, swaddled, oblivious to the unplanned momentum pulling us along in a […]

Event-Full Business Planning

Event hosting has been an integral part of my business since I launched in 2015. It took me a while to realise that hosting and filling events on my own was a tall order! Although I’ve moved away from putting on my own events – other than webinars – I […]

Blogging Or Vlogging: Which One Is Right For You?

It’s all about videos this week! Especially, vlogging. A great guest blog on 5 Essential Tips to Become a Professional Vlogger and today, some contributed content. Do you suffer from ‘screen fright’? This is also very timely for me as I’ve been setting up mini film and recording studies in […]

Blogging or Vlogging

5 Vlogger Tips

5 Essential Tips to Become a Professional Vlogger – A Guest Post

I’m hosting another guest on the blog this week. Vlogger, Martin Agger pitched this idea to me and I’m pleased to share his insights with you. Although writing it my thing – I am an Author after all – great content needs to have variety, to keep your audience hooked, […]