I do think that I've developed my own social media channels for Get Pro Copy Ltd pretty well. All six are relatively active, with YouTube slumbering, whilst others are frantic with energy. I spend most time and energy on the ones that deliver results for me: LinkedIn, then Facebook, then Instagram. I pin blog posts
When I occasionally blog on Get Pro Copy or Nest in Norfolk, one of my other companies, I see a spike in visitor numbers on Google Analytics. Makes sense, really. What I also see longer term is a steady rise in search engine rankings. If I blogged weekly, without fail, I'm sure I'd be at
I've developed something of a resemblance to Shrek in recent years - the waistline has expanded big time, my grumpiness occasionally rears its head and I sometimes end up with clients who are donkeys: stubborn, answering back and reluctant to pay for work done. But, back in the day, I used to show "Shrek" on
Bestriding Thorpe Cloud in Derbyshire last year, fending off a nose bleed after hitting heights unheard of in coastal Norfolk, I took a call. Out of breath, I chatted social media and content with an architect. The long and short of it was that I was asked to optimise and improve the content of his
You sometimes hear people bemoan bygone days, but I think the past is overrated, don’t you? For the sake of a decent headline and no other particular reason, I’ve skipped back 30 years in 10 year segments which I can handily update after Christmas by adding +1 on. To save you reading to the end,
Robert Louis Stevenson and Dr Jekyll is currently fascinating me as a content marketer – not because I fancy being marooned on a Treasure Island – Great Yarmouth is as remote as one already – but I’m embarking on a learning journey with my son, who in Year 11, is studying that man’s novella. It’s
Meet Stuart Walton, freelance writer and copywriter, here listing 25 things I can do for your business. Read on.
Given the huge portal costs and the attempts by the On The Market to break this duopoly, can you successfully sell a property as an estate agency without using these three behemoths?
Cromer, proclaimed as the “Gem of the Norfolk coast” on its welcome signs, is a rather grand Victorian coastal settlement, with a vibrant property market, which I’ll talk about later.
Unpacking books with my daughter, an argument ensued about her Rainbow Magic books. They’re ghostwritten I told her, but Ruby, my 9 year old daughter, obviously knows better.
Below, I’ll give ten top tips on how to create a successful Facebook company page.
Content strategy, content marketing, social media strategy – buzzwords for the 21st century?
Yesterday, after a fevered fortnight of Rightmove and Zoopla frenzy, we did the deed and decided on our new home.
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.
So as 2015 draws to a close and the horizon lights with 2016, we make resolutions, which are apparently broken by 90% of us before February dawns.
Ok, a bit of a shameless plug as they say on those regional Twitter hours: a blog post about why your company needs a Facebook page.
A door slammed, a cry could be heard. Tears of a young girl? Cries of an animal? No definitely a young girl.
The estate agent blog is comparatively rare though many forward-thinking companies now realise the importance of posting blogs.
A 100 years ago, 50 years ago, 30 years ago even, no one would share their content.