How to choose blog topics that attract your ideal clients

what to blog about

Growing a blog today is a serious business issue. If you want to gain genuine traction online, it’s vital to provide your audience with engaging material that communicates with them on a deep level. If you can pull it off, you can get mountains of traffic to your site (along with plenty of selling opportunities). … Read moreHow to choose blog topics that attract your ideal clients

7 mistakes business make with marketing

mistakes business make with marketing

Never has it been easier to set up your own business and get your voice out there quickly and relatively easily. The number of tools available is astounding and not a week goes by when we don’t see another tool on the market that promises to transform how you do business and how you promote … Read more7 mistakes business make with marketing

How I doubled my Pinterest traffic in 4 weeks, and why it is so important for your web traffic

How to double your web traffic in 30 days with Pinterest

I will be honest there are times when I am a bit lazy when it comes to Pinterest.  I mean like anyone I take a look when I am after new shoes, inspiration for a bit of decorating or just to check out one of my faves – recipes!  But do not underestimate Pinterest for … Read moreHow I doubled my Pinterest traffic in 4 weeks, and why it is so important for your web traffic

How to simplify your content sharing strategy to generate more webtraffic

content sharing strategy

You read blog after blog about how much content you need to create, where you need to share it, and how often and before you know if you have completely lost track of where you have and have not shared said piece of content and how many times you have done so, and you start … Read moreHow to simplify your content sharing strategy to generate more webtraffic

Customer Persona: Just who is Mrs M&S anyway?

Marks and Spencer were heavily criticised last week when they unveiled that as part of their renewed strategy, that for clothing, at least,  they would be focussing on their core customer who they call Mrs M&S.  Described by them as a 50 something who shops with them around 18 times a year and who wants “stylish contemporary clothing”  this announcement was actually part of a 5 point program but this was lost amidst the criticism of their patronising view of their customer.

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