Category Archives: In The Media

Top 5 Best TED Talks on Finance

This article was first published at Forex.Info, a leading market analysis website. Money management and personal finances don’t come easy to everyone. Luckily, there is a series of passionate videos designed to not only educate, but inspire you toward action. TED Talks are a series of influential videos from experts and industry leaders from around

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How to market your brand during Olympics 2016 without being a major sponsor

An article originally published at Fresh Business Thinking The Summer Olympics is undeniably the biggest international sporting event in the world. That’s why big brands drop millions of dollars buying up ad space during the major events. Games that are guaranteed to draw hundreds of millions of eyeballs are a big opportunity for companies to

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Chronicling social media’s response to Brexit

This article was first published at Fresh Business Thinking, The global business and economics site. To say that my Twitter feed blew up on Brexit day would be a severe understatement. Social media was at the centre of the global reaction storm to one of the biggest news events of the past decade. As investors

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How to find (and retain) great financial writers

Article originally published at Fresh Business Thinking Regardless of time and place, amazing writers are always in high demand. The ability to communicate clearly and tell an interesting story are not only great for business, they are essential in a highly competitive market. As a content manager I can tell you that unfortunately, amazing writing abilities are not

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Why politics and social media don’t mix

This was a guest post written by CharliSays and published at Fresh Business Thinking. As a British writer I’m watching with uneasy fascination at the onslaught of political posts on my social media networks. I’m encouraged to “get aboard the #TrumpTrain” seek #SolutionsForAmerica” and #FeelTheBern” but to be honest I’m just not feeling it. It’s

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Top 5 Social Media Management Tools for Small Businesses

Article written by Charli and originally published at Moose Media Management Moose are delighted to introduce Charli as our first ever guest blogger. Charli Day is a British writer and social media manager specialising in dynamic branding, campaign strategy and content engagement. Responsible for a number of high profile brands and with 500+ articles published,

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3 hashtags fails and what you can learn from them

Article written by Charli and published at Fresh Business Thinking Hashtags are an excellent way of gaining attention for your brand or your product. Recognised on all the main social media platforms, they allow users to interact with your brand and others following the hashtag. Great…so what could possibly go wrong? In this article I’m

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Manage Multiple Twitter Accounts in 20 Minutes And Feel Awesome!

This article written by Charli was originally published at AgoraPulse, leaders in social media management tools. As a digital marketer, your time is being stretched thinner and thinner and with new ad campaigns, community networking and branding across all your channels, something has to give. How can you properly manage Twitter with all your other

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3 Practical Ways To Rock Employee Advocacy

My post was first published at Agorapulse– tools for social media management experts. Employee advocacy is the process of using employees to generate exposure for your brand using their own online networks & connections. In this article I’m going to show you three practical ways to rock employee advocacy in your digital marketing strategy and how you

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The Cyprus Weekly Mentions Charli Says

On May 15th I will be running a Twitter workshop in Cyprus entitled Ten Twitter Power Hacks  so I was delighted to notice that The Cyprus Weekly Mentions Charli Says in its latest edition discussing the upcoming event. “I’d like to know how to be loved or at least followed on Twitter. As such – and for obviously

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