Coming up with regular posts for social media can be really difficult. Whether it is Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter or even another platform that is your key window to your target audience, coming up with ideas for regular content is important for growth of followers and engagement. My advice - devour any tips you can … Continue reading Your Week in Social Media Posts
I am not a social media guru by any stretch. I find the Facebook algorithms, Linkedin etiquette and Instagram hashtags an utter mine field…let alone the character limit on Twitter!!! However, what I do know about and what I continue to research is language and language use. I take an interest in which posts seem … Continue reading Social Media Post Engagement
This is totally an opinion piece and by that I mean I want your opinion! I’ve noticed that recently my Facebook feed seems absolutely swamped with GIFs, memes and inspirational quotes, and from every source - individuals (old and young!), businesses (big and small!) and voluntary organisations (organised and not very organised!!!). What do you … Continue reading GIFs, memes and all that stuff
I think a lot of people really want to blog but finding the time seems impossible. There are two big initial hurdles – a) setting up the blog in the first place and b) writing the very first post. I completely understand the difficulties, and I am going to offer some support to help you … Continue reading Hurdles to blogging – #1 where to ‘host’ my blog?
I was speaking to a former colleague recently and we were discussing the difficulty of estimating how long a copywriting job can take. Interestingly, we both agreed that writing shorter copy can be harder than a longer descriptive or discursive piece. When I had to tweet for my job in publishing, I have to admit … Continue reading Short and sweet – writing concise copy