We arrived in Korea on this day one year ago. Happy anniversary to us! After reflecting on the year that was, here are some things I’ve learned about life in Korea.
Harnessing the power of Facebook and Instagram, building your personal brand and making your site ready to attract sponsored posts were the topics for the latest Great Melbourne Blog-in V4. Find out what went down.
You know that glorious moment when you have all these questions simmering in the back of your mind and then suddenly you’re face-to-face with some very generous social media experts and you get to ask them all those questions? Yes, I recently had that moment.
Scenario one: A potential client contacts me. Things are going well. We exchange an email or two. We chat on the phone. Then they drop the phrase that every freelancer dreads… “Perhaps you could come by the office and we
Carly Findlay is an award-winning writer, speaker and appearance activist. This is a post based on the excellent content Carly shared as a guest speaker on writing for the media at my recent Great Melbourne Blog-in V3.
Linda Reed-Enever runs the very popular Business Business Business Facebook Group and I asked her to talk about running a successful Facebook group to help your business or blog. With more than 16,000 members and still growing, she knows what it takes to set up, manage and sustain a Facebook Group.
I recently hosted another successful Great Melbourne Blog-in where bloggers from across Melbourne gathered to listen to insightful guest speakers, eat yummy food and connect with other bloggers.
I don’t normally think of science and writing in bed together, but there are some helpful tools, based on mathematical calculations, that can help improve your writing.
Yes, it’s true! Zombies can improve your writing. It all starts with writing in the active voice and avoiding the passive voice. Let me show you how.
The shiny new object cycle Do you get the thrill of chasing shiny new objects, too? One day you are full-on enthusiastic about an idea and run with it 110%, thinking ‘Yes! This is THE ONE!’ And then a twinkle on