5 benefits of blogging for your business (no.1 lead generation)

It wasn’t too long ago that the term ‘blogging’ was born. In fact, it was only in 1997 that the first ‘weblog’ was written – soon changed to the name

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Don’t know how to use Instagram for business yet?

Want to turbo-charge your social media marketing in Basingstoke? New to the Instagram world? No worries! Everything you need to know about how to kick off your marketing on Instagram is

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What every savvy SME needs to know about live tweeting for events

We all seem to be hard-wired into a perpetual state of commentary these days. Every #jog, #dogwalk and #breakfast is broadcast to friends and family via the omnipresent smartphone. These

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Looking for a good charity copywriter?

Your work, as a charity, improves lives. Maybe it even saves them. So telling people about your work to inspire donations, volunteers and eventers and share your vital messages is

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How often should you post to social media?

It’s undoubtedly the right thing for almost any business to be active on social media on a regular basis. If social media is not in your marketing strategy already then

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How should your employees be using LinkedIn?

With more than 380 million members, LinkedIn is the largest professional network on the internet, so it’s essential for your company to have a presence on the site. But should

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SEO strategy gone Social

One billion websites, that’s a lot of noise! It puts into perspective how critical it is to have a solid SEO strategy in place to ensure your company stands out

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Why it makes sense to add images to your social media posts

Utilising Social Media means you have to get your point across using minimal words. However, I see many a post where an image could have made all the difference between

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How to use LinkedIn for your company

LinkedIn has more than 380 million members, with professionals signing up at a rate of more than two members per second. Don’t underestimate the value of LinkedIn for your business.

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