I get asked this question a LOT so I thought it was high time I wrote a blog post - Does Google know I exist? In this blog post I talk about how to tell and how to change that.
Why is it that when we make the jump to be self-employed, we immediately assume the titles of marketing, HR, strategy, finance, as well as implementing the service / product delivery and expect ourselves to be expert at all of these things otherwise we are clearly failures?
This week I had the great pleasure of being interviewed on The Flourishing Pantry where I was asked a fantastic question on the Live interview: why is blogging important for SEO?
What happens when you don't blog? I've written a very honest post about not blogging for 2.5 months as an SEO expert. Eek. It's quite ironic that I wrote a blog post about pushing my comfort zones in the summer and then I didn't blog for over two and a half months.
Why aren't I getting more sales? I see this question on Facebook groups, hear it on the phone and I want to help.
Ironically, this blog post about pushing the boundaries of my comfort zones has been sitting in my drafts for some weeks because I've been waiting to feel comfortable enough to post it.
It may or may not surprise you to know (if you watch my InstaStories) that I enjoy a gin of an evening.
How to create a wordpress website - argh where to start?!! Domains, hosting, Wordpress - it all gets our knickers in a twist, am I right?
Is your business’s blog languishing in the corner, lost and forgotten, starting to gather dust? If so, don’t worry, because you’re not alone. You may be surprised how common it is!
How long should a blog post be? The first thing you should know is: There is no one size fits all answer to writing blog posts. Soz about that. But this is why you'll find such different answers all over the web.
We know what it’s like at this time of year, the wedding season is over and you’re sitting for hours at your desk editing / admin-ning / working away on your business.
On Wednesday 8th November, the fabulous Kate Cullen and I ran our first ever live Pinterest Love workshop at the incredibly beautiful Deer Park Country House Hotel near Honiton, Devon.