Tell me. What are your initial thoughts when you read the following excerpt? “I can still remember the feeling, after getting lost multiple times and then arriving 30 minutes late. With palms sweating and heart beating fast, I finally pulled my car into the dusty makeshift car park. My little city car was almost as … Continue reading Draw your audience in by telling a story… just like this.
How do I write a good blog post? Now that’s a question I get asked a lot. Well, in my opinion, the best blog posts are Engaging to the reader Easy to absorb Short and sharp They are not Written as a sales pitch Overly technical Longer than they need to be A blog post … Continue reading Write a good blog post… like this.
Two questions I get asked regularly What makes a good blog post? How do I write one? Successful blogging is a skill that needs to be developed over time. As with any skill, you can read up on every ‘how to’ guide there is, but it’s not until you put it all into practice… and … Continue reading What makes a good blog post?
When I speak to business operators, I get a lot of reasons (or excuses) as to why they’re not blogging regularly. However, the most common one is a preconceived notion that blogging is a long form communication, so each post needs to be hundreds of words long. So, they think that they simply don’t have … Continue reading Don’t stress. How long should a blog post be?
Ok, so you’ve heard about blogging and bloggers. You’ve read some, even liked some, maybe even been inspired by some (possibly even this one). But… you’ve decided that blogging isn’t really for you. After all, you don’t have time for that. You’re flat out running a business, and after all why would anyone want to … Continue reading Should you be blogging? Hmmm… Yep!
Keep it simple. I love the KISS principle, and the reason I love it so much is also very simple – because it works. Whether it be in marketing strategy, copywriting, web design, content creation or anything where an individual is communicating to an audience, and hoping to achieve a desired result, keeping things as … Continue reading A short and simple blog post.
I can still remember the feeling, after getting lost multiple times and then arriving 30 minutes late. With palms sweating and heart beating fast, I finally pulled my car into the dusty makeshift car park. My little city car was almost as much at odds with all the big rugged trucks surrounding it as my … Continue reading Living the hard hat experience – and telling the story.