Hello, again. Please don’t be put off by the blog title; I promise not to be a negative Nancy!
Many people turn to digital marketing’s biggest influencers for advice at times. Whether it’s blogs, news articles, webinars, hangouts or whatnot I can get a little… deflated reading some of it.
Continue reading “Steph’s stories – The challenge of digital marketing”
Many people know I started out freelancing and I surprise myself sometimes because I actually know quite a lot about it. This so-called ‘gig economy’ seems to be the career choice of the moment but for me it was entirely by accident and not design. I don’t know if that made it tougher or easier.
Continue reading “Freelancing: it’s no fairytale”
In our line of work you rarely get an opportunity to showcase your writing and take the credit for it. Unless you clinch a deal as an in-house writer, get content published on a blog aggregator like Huff Post, or write and promote your own blog, opportunities to flex your authorial muscles are few and far between.
Continue reading “Stori says YES to getting published”
I’m sitting here full of ideas after last week’s epic briefing session from Visit Wales. Suitably hosted by North Wales’s second capital of heritage, Caernarfon (naturally I’m biased as Conwy is just a stone’s throw from Stori HQ), the day-long event was intended for local tourism businesses, big and small, to start getting their heads around 2017’s strapline campaign ‘The Year of Legends’.
Continue reading “An epic undertaking: thoughts on Visit Wales’ Year of Legends”
So you’ve just created a stellar piece of content? Nice work! I bet you’re eager to sit down for a well-earned cuppa? Well, don’t pat yourself on the back too soon, you’ve still a way to go before being recognised internationally as the blogging big cheese!
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