Find out more about the work I did with WAG Associates to integrate their Calendly booking system with their Weebly website.
A year ago a lockdown and working from home couldn’t be imagined yet it’s suddenly become reality. Here are my top tips for working from home during the coronavirus crisis.
Are you struggling to keep on top of your to do list? Here are some of the best task management systems to try in 2020.
In this case study I share how I supported Pinto Leadership Solutions to grow their business online by creating google forms for them.
Now that Brexit has been done, has anything changed with GDPR? I fill you in on the state of play in data protection today.
Want to turn more of your website visitors into paying customers? It’s time you considered adding a lead magnet to improve your conversion rates.
In this guest blog we share a graphic from Tiffany Jersey showing you how to get the most out of instagram for your small business.
Do you enjoy social media marketing but are unsure if Pinterest is a good platform for your business? This blog might give you some food for thought on the matter.
Want to reap the rewards of email marketing in 2020? Here’s my guide to the do’s and don’ts you need to know when getting started.
In this guest blog we find out about the risks to your network and what you can do to minimise them. These apply whether you work from home or in an office.
Not tackled your annual business plan yet? Discover why I believe January is the perfect time for planning your business growth and development.
The Client: Oakwood Yoga is run by Phillipa Wilson and offers yoga classes, masterclasses and retreats across Derby. Service provided I first met Phillipa in 2010 when she started yoga classes in my village, as her classes grew she needed a new website and this...
Unsure how to reach out to new social media connections and share with them what you do? Here I explain the social media etiquette you need to know.
Guest blog by Chris Leveson.
Surely you’re familiar with WordPress, but you may not be aware of just how important it is and how it majorly impacted the internet, as a whole. You see, WordPress was instrumental in the democratisation of website building. It’s been an absolute lifesaver for bloggers everywhere and there are a lot of aspects to it that you may find novel or interesting. Here is how WordPress changed the internet.
I know that people seem to either love or hate networking. I’ve had my mix of good events and those that have left a bad taste in my mouth but networking has supported me so much with my business, I wanted to share with you how it could be beneficial for your business and to encourage you to give it a go yourself.