Imagery as a communication tool is as old as time- more important than ever- it speaks to the eyes and the heart, so use them wisely!
Ok, so you want to write a blog. First things first! *Find yourself a nice cozy chair, where you can either write or type. I often like to find a cozy nook in a favorite coffee shop. This way I cannot procrastinate by folding washing, checking orders etc. I am dedicating this … Continue reading Blogging 101
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Traditionally, Linkedin has been perceived as a uniting arena for professionals. Linkedin has not only branched out as a job-finding platform but has also become a strong business oriented platform. You may believe that Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are the way to go for business and marketing strategy, however, the social platform of Linkedin is proving itself in the social media arena.
Prior to writing your blog you must have a good understanding of who your audience is. Keep in mind their gender, age and interests throughout your entire writing process. You should consider that your audience alters your writing style, the length of your paragraphs and the type of wording. This can also mean that you may need to change your blog readability level. Wordy blogs are not always the most liked, in fact it has been suggested that most blogs should have a readability level of around 12 (calculated through the Gunning Fog index). The links below are lifesavers when it comes to writing an effective blog post:
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Here at Geelong Social Media we recently experienced one of the most perfectly run events down to the finest details. We were lucky enough to be a finalist at the Geelong Small Business Awards (GSBA), in the Social Media Influencer category and the event organiser thought of absolutely … Continue reading The Blueprint for Successful Event Marketing