As I write the penultimate blog of the year on the 12th of the 12th 2012, despite it not getting published until tomorrow, it seems only fitting that this topic should continue the festive feel and
Here’s a presentation I gave on Monday covering the questions you should ask about Marketing when you are starting up a business and the main points you need to consider. If you need help with any of these items, please get in
…the fanfare is dying down, order has been restored in the crowd and we look on as this year’s up and coming entrepreneurs take to the podium… So you have set up your own business, congratulations! You are over the
I found this great infographic about Twitter. While it’s just a bit of fun, it does have a serious point in there too. It’s not just about stalking celebrities, and it’s vital to keep it professional – it’s a public
Really, you should have a marketing plan for your business. Here’s why: 1. Action. Having a written down plan (which is preferably stuck on your wall) will remind you to do something, anything, to generate the next batch of enquiries.
After leading a lively discussion on the subject earlier this week, I thought I’d share some advice on the key points to remember if you are going to use Social Media to grow your business. Choose your platform wisely. Just
Someone sent me this list a couple of years ago, and I have had it pinned to my office wall ever since. These are the top ten success factors for people running their own businesses, ranked in order of importance: