Just like most things in life, social media platforms come with minimum age limits.
I’ve undertaken a fair few social media audits of late, and without exception, one of the things that leaps out time after time, across all platforms, is that businesses only tend to post about themselves.
For many years now I’ve held a pet peeve, primarily with Facebook although it does pop up on other social networks from time to time. So, imagine my sheer joy at discovering that I’m not alone. I’m actually in the majority, maybe the masses. There’s even a recognised word for the thing that makes my
Without exception, every time I embark on some social media training, either with a 121 client or a delegate on one of my workshops, the phrase “my mate says” always crops up, together with one or two common social media beliefs that quite frankly make me shudder. Whilst it’s true to say that most of
Now, I’m guessing you wouldn’t expect to win the first marathon you ever entered, would you? However, if you train hard, apply yourself, invest the time and really work at it, subsequent marathons will eventually get easier, your finishing times will improve and the personal rewards will follow. Well, the reality is that the same
Anyone who has attended one of my social media workshops, or had some 121 coaching from me, will know that I am absolutely passionate about social media profiles and the importance of getting them right.
My name is Cheryl, and I love to visit business expos! There. I’ve said it. My secret is out, and there’s no going back!
There are so many benefits to working for yourself: you can manage your own time, work around school hours, work at your own pace and yes, be your own boss. Perfect! But wait! There are down sides too, and the biggest one I came up against was the self-discipline needed to work on my own
I was recently asked to deliver a social media-based enrichment talk to a group of Sixth Form students at a local all-girls’ school. During my research and preparation, some of the things I discovered led to me questioning the values of social media, and whether there should be age limits imposed on children having a
The other day I opened an email newsletter only to be confronted with the opening line “Do you know where you’re business is going?” My shoulders immediately tensed up. Did I want to continue reading this piece if the sender couldn’t even get the opening line grammatically correct? Misspelling and bad grammar won’t exactly put