Over the past few months, Top Left Design has featured in several publications sharing advice and top tips! From career advice to social media tips and how to learn from your mistakes, take a look at where we’ve featured in the press over the last few months.
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
We’ll tell it to you straight.
You can’t just hire someone and then sit back and relax, expecting a good result on your social media. You will need to participate.
In essence, this participation is needed so your social media expert can gather the information they need, and get your approval that they have understood you right.
There are many ways you can optimise your site for search engines and many of them are what we call “the bare minimum – we do them anyway!”.
Believe it or not, another three months have passed since our last coverage round up! It’s been a busy summer here at Top Left Design and we have received plenty of press coverage this quarter. Let’s take a look at the highlights.
I met Rebecca, or “Becca”, only once for 6 mins at a networking event.
But I remember her – and that’s because of Twitter.
A lot of people are surprised that I watched Love Island. I was shown the show by my friend and client Matthew, and after one episode (somewhere in the middle of the series) I decided to “graft” and went onto ITV Hub to do some serious catchup. It took many hours, but I caught up on 23 episodes in one week, and then switched to “maintenance mode” keeping up with one episode a day. If I decide to do something I stick to it.
I am working with a couple of membership organisations and have just written a long email full of ideas for one of them. This was the natural start of a super useful blog post – this one!
The algorithm is going to get you
Our playing field is perhaps not levelled when it comes to digital marketing, but if you’re willing to put the time and effort, you can get meaningful results. And, we’re here to help look over your shoulder if you feel stuck.
My guest contributions on Marketing Business Forum and Business Matters Magazine
I’ve been busy in the last few weeks writing for a number of online publications. And, I am super-pleased to have added to this list with guest contributions on the Marketing Business Forum newsletter and Business Matters Magazine.
I was very fortunate to be interviewed by Jörgen Sundberg, founder and CEO of Link Humans, who I have known for many years.
He posed a sceptical question to challenge me – do we still need websites nowadays? It’s an interesting one, but I managed to argue the case quite well!