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Are Your LinkedIn Post Titles Working For or Against You?

March 13, 2018 | Robyn Henderson

How much effort do you put in to writing the titles for your LinkedIn posts? Are you able to measure the results and/or which ones get the most traction? Recently, I was preparing for a mastermind group and thought I would take along some LinkedIn results as one of my marketing efforts for the year […]

Top 5 Website Marketing Mistakes

January 29, 2018 | Sigrid de Kaste

How to write for the web

It can be daunting to get your website up and running. And wether you are setting it up yourself or engage an Agency to do it for you, here are the Top 5 Mistakes we see being made 1. Using Jargon You are a master of your industry. You know what “IPC,” “VC Money,” and […]

Overcoming Writer’s Block

January 25, 2018 | Pix Jonasson

As a public speaker, you will usually initially start by writing your speech or presentation about a certain topic – whether chosen by you, your client or your audience. Many people experience ‘writer’s block’. Fortunately for me, I rarely, if ever, suffer from this! I can easily create content in the written form, whether that […]

Top 5 Questions To Ask When Choosing an Editor For Your Book

January 15, 2018 | Dyan Burgess

After preparing your manuscript for professional editing you need to find an editor who will collaborate with you. The editor you choose should ideally be aligned with your values and style, so that there are not significant changes to your manuscript that you will have issues with in most cases an editor should be focussed […]

Top 10 Concerns About Writing and Publishing a Book, in Review

December 1, 2017 | Dyan Burgess

Over the last year, the top 10 concerns about writing and publishing a book have been discussed in these publishing posts. Hopefully one, or more, of the tips in those posts have assisted to get you closer to writing your book. If these tips have assisted, then you have moved past those concerns and you […]

Don’t Feed The Trolls

November 3, 2017 | Theresa Miller

Do you remember the fable about the Three Billy Goats Gruff? They try to cross a bridge to a grassy meadow on the other side and are intercepted by a cranky troll who lives in the river. Well, thanks to technology, the trolls have crept out of the muddy water and are thriving on social media. How […]

Communication Problems in Online and Virtual Business

October 18, 2017 | Ingrid Bayer

Getting communication right when you’re an Online Business Operator or VA is critical, and so too is managing miscommunications and misunderstandings when things go wrong. Because Online Business Operators are not located in their client’s physical office space, there is no opportunity for the client to actually communicate in 3 dimensions that an in-person conversation […]

Are You Asking The ‘Write’ Questions?

October 6, 2017 | Theresa Miller

My nine-year-old daughter asked me a grammar question the other day that stopped me in my tracks: “When do you use ‘in spite of’ and ‘despite’? I honestly had to stop and think about it. Despite being an author, corporate trainer and former-journalist no-one has ever asked me that question – not even in my […]

Where Do You Get Content For Your LinkedIn Updates or Posts?

June 27, 2017 | Robyn Henderson

This is one of the questions I am asked at least once a week. Years ago a wonderful mentor of mine was a great story teller and I complimented him one day on his stories. He assured me I had stories from my life too, I was probably just not noticing them. So I started […]

Make Your Book Your Single Most Powerful Marketing Tool

June 22, 2017 | Sigrid de Kaste

Authors have a passion, a message they want to take to the people. Sometimes even a legacy they want preserved. The great thing is, anybody can publish a book – you are no longer reliant on the grace of Publishing Houses to accept your work. The sad thing is, many authors miss the valuable point […]