I thought I’d blog today about tips on how to get started for Writers Online.
As a new kid on the blog (showing my age), I constantly analyse headlines, blog content, keywords, featured images on my own website and others.
Last week, I had yet another conversation about what I do now: eyebrows were raised, when I said I’m a writer, a freelance writer, a copywriter.
The James Paget Estate, in south Gorleston, is regarded locally as one of the best areas to buy or rent in.
Exactly 5 years ago today since the woman who discovered Anne Frank’s Diary of a Young Girl, Miep Gies, died, aged 100.
In the city yesterday, my eyes were drawn to a hashtag campaign I’d never seen before: This Girl Can in M and S. Never heard of it or seen it.
I’ve just done some analysis of the local property market, here in NR31, Gorleston, a big suburb of Great Yarmouth on the east Norfolk coast. So what did I see?
So, news is breaking that Mark Zuckerberg has announced his intentions (on Facebook) to build an AI robot butler. Would you trust one?
I blogged yesterday about SEO and consumer psychology, with a promise of an article expanding on the ideas I’d outlined – so here goes.
IWent into Norwich today, emancipated, semi-retired, liberated and got into random conversations in various shops. Taken out of context, read here, they might sound like the ramblings of a social misfit, but no the conversations came round to social media and what is Search Engine Optimisation.
In a global internet sense, do localised searches still matter? Do people search for SEO Norfolk, SEO Suffolk etc?
Pinterest is something I use regularly to divert traffic to my website and blog post. Here, I’ll give my tips for creating marketing success from Pinterest.
I miss teaching, miss it so much that whilst Cumberbatch struts his stuff as Sherlock, I blog about the apostrophe.
I’ve been actively seeking freelance writing opportunities and am quite amused to find, at 50, I’m classed as a Junior Copywriter.