Category Archives: Content Writing

3 Free Ways To Promote Your Blog

You’ve created your blog, you’re regularly adding articles to it. You’re done right?  Actually no, you’re not even 10% done and this is where many businesses come unstuck. Whilst creating great content is essential to the success of your blog; marketing it and creating virality and traffic are the parts that actually make your blog

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5 Killer Content Curation Mistakes

Content curation is the process of gathering information as opposed to writing it and sharing it on your social media networks or blogs. This can be a lifesaver for busy marketers because you are populating your channels, engaging readers and not needing to sacrifice too many hours to do it. Of course it cannot permanently substitute

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6 Writing Tools for Social Media Marketers

It goes without saying that social media is one of the most essential aspects of any marketing campaign. Companies that haven’t leveraged this powerful paradigm shift in how human beings interact and consumer content simply haven’t done their due diligence. The growth and widespread adoption of social media means that companies now have another venue

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5 Tips For Awesome Guest Posts

Guest posts are a fundamental part of my digital content strategy and I’m going to give you my 5 tips for awesome guest posts. Whether you are an individual blogger or a brand, guest posts can elevate you higher, boost your SEO and improve your web traffic. How Do Guest Posts Work? Guest posts are pieces of

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5 Multicultural Marketing Mistakes

Multicultural marketing… what is it? According to Forbes, by 2042 there will not be a dominant ethnic group and globally we will be an increasingly integrated community. Great right? Sure, but is your marketing keeping up? My latest article, 5 Multicultural Marketing Mistakes takes a look at some common errors you may be making whilst

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Election 2016 on Social Media

As published by Charli at Linkedin. The political landscape has changed dramatically in the last five years, as social media has permeated every aspect of life. It therefore comes as no surprise that the political elites have taken to social media to boost their campaigns, connect with voters and even manipulate the public. Below I’m

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