I have many discussions as to what makes for a good training experience as so many people, rightly, get frustrated by the waste of time and money involved with poor training. I was motivated to write this blog following feedback from one of my customers.
Social media training
6 top action points from our Blogging for Beginners workshop.
If, like Claire Johnson of Indigo Swirl, you think Linkedin is the grey, boring site with little to offer, you might want to read how she changed her mind..
This year, you owe it to yourself and your organisation to implement the very best marketing strategy. This is the year to cut the waste and focus with laser-like intensity on getting it right. Will you invest in training and strategy planning to make that happen?
Two award winning, Lancaster district charities share how social media has worked for them.
The 3rd in a short series of guest blogs by local small traders, on their experiences of using social media. Amanda Green, Independent Advanced Director & Trainer with The Pampered Chef, gets to grips beautifully with facebook I have been using my facebook page for 10 months now. It really made a huge difference once I had my […]
Galgate business owner Donna Wren explains how she has gone from Twitter Virgin to taking bookings for her first aid courses via twitter in just a few months.
You work for who?! Is your facebook profile sending people to the wrong page? Linking your profile page to your business page
This week I had a 20 minute spot on social media at a Lancaster business growth event. It can be hard to know…
Customer feedback is crucial for business growth, both positive and negative. Social media is a perfect tool for listening and responding.