You’ve slaved over your laptop to write your latest blog post and you’re just about to hit the publish button. You sit back and think, ‘ahhh, my work here is done.’ Sorry my friend, but that’s wishful thinking. I hate
When you’re blogging for your business every week, it helps to have a few go-to tools to make the job easier. Because let’s face it, creating blog posts and everything that goes with them sucks up time. There are a
Being everywhere on the web can be exhausting. The big marketing guns say in order to succeed, you need to be active on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter… The list goes on. Just thinking about all the content you need
Headlines are tricky business. They’re the difference between getting clicks on your article, or sending them scrolling on by. They are the gateway to getting people onto your website. So why do so many businesses throw headlines together as an
Blogging consistently is tough, right? There are so many moving parts it can feel like you’re spinning the whole kitchen cupboard of plates at the same time. But if you over complicate things, at some point those plates are going
If you’ve been following my previous posts you’ll know I run a thriving dog blog. But it didn’t get to this point without a little know-how and a lot of hard work. And today, I’m all about sharing the knowledge,
OK, hate is a strong word. But what if creating content just isn’t your thing? What options do you actually have? The way I see it, you have 3 options: 1. You can give up and stop creating content altogether.
There are billions of blogs on the internet, and unfortunately the blogosphere is filled with a lot of guff. At least 90% of it in fact! And that, my friends, is down to some of the writers that create it.
Let’s be real for a second. Writing isn’t everyone’s bag. For some it comes naturally. But for others, pulling words from their noodle is like torture. The magic doesn’t flow for everyone which can make blogging a hard slog. But
So you’ve written an epic blog post and you’re about to slap on a sparkly bow and call it done. But did you know it’s the very end of the blog post where many writers miss a trick? The end