[185] How to use LinkedIn to grow your business with Mark Williams aka Mr LinkedIn

You might think that LinkedIn is just a recruitment platform but it can be a really powerful tool to help grow your business. In this episode, LinkedIn expert Mark Williams shares his expertise on getting the most out of networking on LinkedIn. Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode: Mark Williams’ business story - how... READ MORE

7 non-sucky networking tips for live events

Attending a live event or workshop can be intimidating.The idea of walking into a packed venue and having to start conversations with complete strangers can strike fear into even the most confident of personalities. The good news is, networking at live events doesn’t have to feel awkward or uncomfortable. Here’s seven tips to help: 1.... READ MORE

[151] How to use Twitter chats to promote your business with Sian Conway

If you’re looking to grow your following on Twitter, you might want to take part in Twitter chats - or even host your own. In this episode, Sian Conway talks about how she launched the #EthicalHour Twitter chat which now gets around one million impressions a month - and has helped her build her profile,... READ MORE

[148] Should you join a membership site?

If you’ve never belonged to a membership community, you might be wondering if it’s a good idea for you to join one. In this episode, I share my advice on how to choose the right membership community for you - and how to get the most out of it for your business. Here’s what you’ll... READ MORE

[146] How to deal with entrepreneurial loneliness

There are many great things about running your own business, but if you work by yourself you will, inevitably, feel lonely. In this episode I share three simple strategies to combat entrepreneurial loneliness How online communities can be really important to make both online and offline contacts My advice on why live events are a... READ MORE

[004] How to network with journalists

Journalists can be pretty difficult to get hold of. They don’t pick up their phones, answer emails or respond to invites (not without a lot of prompting anyway). Which can be very frustrating if you’re trying to pitch a story. While it’s easy to find big-name journalists, hunting down other more useful contacts - a... READ MORE

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