Posts filed under: business

By at least trying and putting the effort in, you are already succeeding. If you don’t even try, then you are failing. I start every day with this thinking and I find it so powerful that it immediately makes me...
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In it for the long run. Why PR and content creation is a marathon and not a sprint I recently did a 10k run. I’ve run before, but this was my first trail run, and the course was certainly the...
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Whether you are writing an article, social media posts, or simply an email, ensuring your text is free from mistakes is essential. The spell checker helps, but it’s far from a perfect solution and that’s where proofreading comes in. Here...
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You can’t increase sales or grow a B2B business without a steady supply of quality leads. So, what are the best ways to drive B2B traffic to your website? Here are our top three must-dos to boost inbound traffic: Search...
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Social media offers businesses an amazing way to reach new customers. Here are our top three ways to use targeting to benefit paid-for social campaigns. Targeting based on interest and location If your company sells products through a physical store...
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4 Simple tactics for businesses to succeed on Facebook since the Facebook Feed algorithm update Friends and family first is something many people live by and now Facebook is doing the same, with a stronger emphasis being made on “meaningful...
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Burgess Hill-based digital marketing agency Rose Media Group (RMG) held an exclusive party for its clients and friends on 7th December to mark its first birthday. RMG was created in December 2016, merging founder Aneela Rose’s eponymous PR agency and...
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Unless you’ve been living under a rock or don’t own a smartphone, you’ve probably heard of Instagram, however you might not know exactly what it is, or how to use it to benefit your business. Are you considering using Instagram...
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Whenever I’ve interviewed for a new job, I always make sure ‘what’s the dress code’ is high on the list of questions I ask my potential employers. And when I’m at work, I also ask the question whenever I’m meeting...
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We’ve all been there: A meeting without a clear purpose that drags on and on or a meeting that’s boring. Don’t let your meetings be like that. After all, meetings are undoubtedly an important part of business and we spend a...
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