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Friday 23 March 2012

Keep your presentations clear and simple

At the Late Breakfast networking event on 14 March 2012 I heard a really good presentation by Jackie Fitzgerald from Action Coach, on making sense of […]
Friday 24 June 2011

Never be ashamed of making things easy

There is nothing more off-putting than being spouted at by a lot of jargon, especially if you’re not familiar with it. It can be very demoralizing […]
Friday 22 October 2010

Using analogies to explain the technical bits

Quite a lot of what I do is technical. There was once a time when I didn’t understand what I do, so I had to learn, […]
Wednesday 22 September 2010

What does a website review involve?

I’m doing several website reviews this week. The main brief is to find out whether each website attracts the right kind of customer, and whether the […]
Tuesday 14 September 2010

Is jargon really necessary?

I’ve gone back to school again. Getting a qualification in the subject I work in seemed imperative if I am to do justice to Chantal’s clients, […]
Friday 23 July 2010

Does blogging have an etiquette?

People have various concepts of what constitutes blogging etiquette. Of course there are the obvious ones like being nice to other bloggers, and much of these […]
Monday 12 July 2010

How to get your newsletter content read

In my last post I wrote about how to increase the opening rates of your newsletter, and for this post I am concentrating on newsletter content and how that […]