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Have you got a 2019 content calendar for your blog? (How the 2019 media diary can help in just a few hours of using it)

You already know that creating regular content is the key to building your email list, generating new leads and boosting sales. In fact, creating valuable content for your audience was probably one of your main business goals for 2018. But… you got busy. Friday afternoon would roll around and you’d realise you didn’t have any... READ MORE

[240] How to drive more traffic to your business blog

Would you like to attract more readers to your business blog? In this episode, I explain the four things you need to do to get more eyeballs on your content. Here’s what you’ll learn this episode: Why you need to build as many links back to your blog as possible (2:42) The importance of attracting... READ MORE

13 Reasons to sign up for Soulful PR Starters

If you’d like to get featured in newspapers, magazines and on radio & TV, but don’t have the budget to hire a PR firm, there’s no reason why you can’t DIY. But if you don’t have much experience of the media, it can be difficult to know where to start. Investing in online training can... READ MORE

How to take part in a Twitter chat (and why it’s good PR for your business)

If you’re looking to build relationships with liked-minded business owners - and prospective customers - taking part in Twitter chats can be a good move. But what exactly are Twitter chats, how do you find ones that are relevant to your business and how do you take part? Read on and find out. What is... READ MORE

How Twitter helped this business owner get featured in Stylist magazine

In this interview, psychotherapist Samantha Carbon shares how she got coverage in Stylist magazine and other national titles - without writing a single press release or hiring a PR company.  Here's what you'll learn in this video: How Sam has used Twitter to get high-profile media coverage in publications like Stylist, Glamour, Country Living, the... READ MORE

How to tell your story in the media (without being boring)...

We all love telling stories. What’s more, we’re generally pretty good at it. Each and every one of us has our own ‘library’ of stories to draw from when we want to impress, empathise or entertain. Mine include: a government minister shaking his fist at me in parliament, being airlifted to hospital following a car... READ MORE

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