A full day Copywriting for Events course for anyone who wants to write better copy for their event brochure or web pages. Taking place on the 15th October in central London this full day course is suitable for any conference producers and marketing … Continue reading
Category Archives: Copy Writing
Here are some great content tips on how to boost engagement with your content. – It’s all about killer headlines. Anyone with a website is a publisher and crafting great content takes time and effort. Having put in the hard … Continue reading
Compelling detail on asking for actions with your social accounts. Dan Zarrella from HubSpot has done the work and produced this great infographic.
Once you have added a business blog as another string to your online marketing bow make sure you are getting the best from the effort and resource you put into it. A business blog is not and end in itself … Continue reading
Interesting stats on changes in the way digital content is being consumed. If you are embracing content marketing for your business there are good pointers on the channels you should use and note how consumers are sharing via social media.
An interesting survey published by Radium One shows just how valuable it can be to get the right #hashtag for your tweets. Using them will improve engagement and gives you a great tool to help your audience share your message.
Lots of good advice about on what to do on twitter. Encouragement on regular tweeting to drive traffic to you site or blog. But here are a few things to avoid,
The starting point for generating inbound traffic to your site is to create high quality, relevant content. Where to start when faced with a blank page or screen however can be a daunting task.
Interesting interview with UBM Chief Content Officer Adrian Barrick. Looks at how they are changing the way they see content in their business. This comment stands out: “Marketing services is a good catch-all for what we do” Content online is marketing. … Continue reading
3 Goals For Your Perfect Tweet with an excellent graphic, as compact and to the point as an 140 character message. Thanks go to Gerry Moran