I had my second article published on business.com – all about “How to say no.”
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
Yes, we know, we know! We’ve torn our heads out from the sand, and we’re working on it!
Fonts for logos don’t always work as body copy – and aren’t always “supported”.
I guess the counter-question for this is: Why would the majority of businesses today either be doing something about social media, or otherwise mortifyingly aware that they aren’t doing it right/enough/effectively?
True, it’s often a waste of time.
You of course don’t want anyone to say your site sucks, it’s “pants” or that you should be embarrassed to have a website like that. But in polite society, these statements are rare, and instead we hear some other more common things!
We often get asked this question so I thought it’s time to write a post about it!
My old views
I used to adamantly believe that everyone can learn how to do social media themselves, and should do some of it themselves for at least a month so that they can be more responsible if they outsource it. By doing so, they will be able to understand better what works and what doesn’t. I’d seen so many people hiring in interns and their teenage relatives, and with very little information imparted about their business, handing over the keys and the passwords to their social profiles.
Another year has been and gone, where we have had lots of press coverage sharing everything from marketing hints to business advice. So we have rounded up each piece of coverage so you can find all of our top tips in one place. Sit down, grab a cup of tea, and enjoy learning from all these amazing articles these people have seen fit to publish!
Editor’s note: Lilly our amazing intern was here for 3 months and we loved every second! She’s talented, hard working, has a sunny easygoing disposition and works efficiently and effectively. She fits in with all of our TLD Values! Over to Lilly:
What an adventure these three months have been!
Argh! Were you going to try and get away with it?