2
November
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Posted in Business Venues

Outsourced social media

I have been working on social media accounts for a long time now. I have seen them done in house and I have seen them done in outsourced environments as well. There are pros and cons to each, but today I wanted to talk about how outsourcing your social media accounts to other companies works […]

7
September
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Posted in Business leadership

Social media for local business

The imagined community. It is something that I have thought a lot about since my time at University where we studied critical theory and analysis. This is a very interesting theory about how people enjoy being in a community, even if it’s pretend. Take a look at a restaurant; we go into those that have […]

1
September
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Business in London

A lot of things work quickly in one of the world’s most famous capitals. The cars are faster, the tubes are non stop, the people all walk a bit faster and their minds are constantly on the move. Companies are making deals, meeting people and getting things done. Whereas elsewhere people might be considering deals […]

10
July
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Posted in Business Guide

Blogs for business

We all know what business is about, right? Numbers, money, crunching, synergy and any other buzzword that you can think of. While profits were soaring things were fine but, when the global economy crashed, people started to wise up. Every pound or dollar became important and people started to shop around for the best deals, […]

14
June
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Boots is cutting jobs

I never know when companies are in trouble. After all, all we tend to see is the store fronts, the television adverts and the smiling faces in the shops greeting us. Boots, it seems, has been struggling behind that happy veneer for a long while. While on my way into Nottingham, as it turns out […]

11
May
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Posted in Business Coaching

Using SEO: How to make the most of it

SEO has been an alien concept to me. I knew what it was, obviously, and had an idea about how it worked but since I’ve started working freelance as a content writer for such companies it has really opened my eyes up to how these things work in practice and just what they can offer […]

27
April
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Posted in Business Networking

NeoGAF: From rags to riches

In a dark corner of the internet there existed a forum called Gaming Age Forum, or GAF for short. A place where people gathered to chat about games and the industry. The clients were diverse; fans, developers, publishers and enthusiasts alike all joining together and exercising their minds in discussion. The forum slowly subsided though, […]