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Happy Father’s Day to my dad – and happy Fathers’ Day to everyone else’s. Father’s Day or Fathers’ Day? Does it even matter, and does anyone care? As Fathers’ Day exists to big up all the fathers, not just mine, I always write it with a plural apostrophe. After all, April Fools’ Day isn’t just for… Continue reading How’s your father?
When I worked in a corporate office, it would have been easier to find the holy grail than secure a permanent window seat. To be in with the slightest shot of access to daylight when there was a desk reshuffle, you’d have to be very senior (or bribe someone very senior), charm the facilities manager… Continue reading Let there be light
So, you’re keen to start blogging. You can see how important and valuable it is. You set an hour aside and sit at the laptop, but your mind goes blank. White page. That flickering cursor taunting you. A timely case of writer’s block. Don’t despair So many business owners struggle with the constant pressure to… Continue reading How to use Google to generate content ideas
Here’s why it’s important to think about the way users experience and interact with your web pages.
You can’t afford not to have a blog. Here are 5 reasons why… 1) Google Making a blog a key part of your website gives you a 434% better chance of being ranked highly on search engines. Even back in 2014, 77% of internet users regularly read blogs…so Google loves them and values them. Publishing original… Continue reading Why do I need a blog for my business?
I was invited to guest in the awesome ‘This Mum Thing Means Business’ group, to talk about using Google to help generate content ideas. Here’s the video of the session – it’s 15 minutes long. Watch now. Get in touch if you want to find out more about usability, and how I can help you… Continue reading Mini webinar – content ideas from Google
I was invited to guest on the awesome All things IC blog, by founder Rachel Miller, to talk about the 10 most common mistakes that companies make with their copy. Here’s the link if you fancy finding out what these are: All Things IC Blog.