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Pitching Suicide – How to kill your pitch in 7 easy steps.

It seems many people actually want to publicly murder their own pitch. I love great pitches, and I hate to see them die slow, humiliating public deaths. If you're going to destroy something beautiful, do it right. These are the 7 most effective ways eviscerate a pitch while numbing the minds of your audience. Want a great pitch?

August 3rd By Cheryl Davies
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Personality branding – The third brand your business needs

There are three layers of branding your business needs to consider: Product - The brands we associate to a product or service we can buy e.g.: "iPod" Company - The brands we associate to a company we can buy from e.g.: "Apple" Personality - The brands we associate to people who represent companies and products e.g.: "Steve Jobs" Read more of Daniel Priestley's blog

Read News Post August 3rd By Cheryl Davies
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5 Reasons You Should Have a Blog for your Business

Blogging is a great way to add a human face and personality to your brand, differentiating you form your competitors and educating prospects and clients. There are many benefits to blogging, here are my top 5...

Read News Post September 11th By Cheryl Davies
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9 Key Features for Successful eCommerce Websites

Consumers continue to embrace the internet, enabling the ongoing development of the digital economy. With the rise of online businesses, the online shopping market can be a confusing platform for many consumers and you’d do well to make this process as quick and easy as possible.

Read News Post January 22nd By Cheryl Davies
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Being Legal Boosts SEO

Your website’s credibility is what helps you move up the page ranks. Adding a privacy policy, social media policy, terms of use and disclaimer pages will therefore help your site become more trusted and ultimately boost your website’s search engine optimization.

Read News Post October 12th By Cheryl Davies
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5 Tips For A Successful Promotional Event

A promotional event requires planning, organisation, research and a whole lot of fun. Below are my top 5 tips to conducting a successful promotional campaign and event to best maximise an influx of customers or clients.

Read News Post October 5th By Chelsea Geils
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The 10 Laws of Human Communication

Hugh Mackay's 10 Laws of Human Communication has become the go to guide for the Public Relations industry, except it is not just for the PR Pros.

Read News Post June 27th By Leo Perkins
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5 Minute Social Media Action Plan

Getting your business on social media doesn't need to be complicated or time-consuming. It is really just a matter of getting started, and then getting into the habit!

Read News Post May 24th By Alice Conway
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Email Etiquette

It is increasingly vital to polish up and hone our email etiquette skills; it could make or break a business relationship. With the majority of businesses across the globe connected to the internet and relying on email, “netiquette” is important!

Read News Post November 26th By Cheryl Davies
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Getting Lost in Social Media

In this day and age, every single marketing company you come across will advise you to engage your brand in social media. And it would be a mistake to think that a DIY strategy will save you money because social media appears so easy to use.

Read News Post November 24th By Cheryl Davies
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Why Most Marketing Campaigns Fail

Do you ever wonder why most marketing campaigns fail, even though you were guaranteed results and spent well over budget?

Read News Post November 24th By Cheryl Davies
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Top Five Tips For Ruling the Googleopoly

Not so long ago a googol was just a mathematical term, meaning the difference between an unimaginably large number and infinity. How do I know that? I googled it.

Read News Post November 18th By Alice Conway
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4 Reasons Why Your Project Could Fail

In business, the success or failure of a project can make or break a company. Learn to recognise the four most common reasons why your project could fail, and how to avoid them.

Read News Post October 17th By Leo Perkins
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