Here are 6 ways to improve your content marketing and ensure you’re engaging with your customers and prospects in 2021.Read More 6 ways to improve your content marketing in 2021
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Starting a company blog is one way to make the most of your content marketing. Your blog becomes the hub for news updates, opinion pieces and customer case studies, giving your audience a regular channel to follow, consume and comment on. But how do you make sure your blog writing is engaging your audience? And […]Read More 5 ways to improve your business blogging
With content and social media at the heart of any modern business, it’s never been more important to be able to write well. But if you’re not a trained or experienced writer, how do you improve your writing skills and start creating killer content for your startup? I have my own maxim for these situations: […]Read More How do I improve my writing? Keep it simple, stupid!
How do you write an eBook? Well, obviously you need a great idea for your book, and you need to sit down and actually write the thing. But aside from the daunting task of writing several thousand words of exciting copy, what are the key things needed to get your book planned, finished, formatted and […]Read More How to write an eBook – 5 key tips for the aspiring author
No-one likes it when things go wrong. But in every company’s life there will be those hiccups and problems that mean you can’t adequately deliver the expected service to your customers – and when that happens, it can be tricky to know exactly how to communicate this and win those customers back. Some companies get […]Read More Customer communications: what to say when it all goes wrong
As a writer and editor, I get to see a lot of content written by other people. And it never ceases to amaze me how complicated and overly fussy some of us make our writing. So I’ve come up with my own little maxim for these situations: and that’s ‘Keep it simple, stupid!’. What’s the […]Read More Keep it simple, stupid! A guide to effective writing