As a PR professional, it's my job to know what's going on across a variety of sectors as they relate to my business and my clients. I love being able to dip in and out of different industries, learn from experts and then communicate that messaging to the public. I also love being able to … Continue reading Awards for everyone
As a small business operator, knowing that "Freedom Day" for NSW is rapidly approaching makes me very happy. Now more than ever, time is of the essence. So what am I doing now to work towards "Freedom Day"? In my list below I share the details and insights on how you can follow suit for … Continue reading “Freedom Day” Action List
It's tough out there at the moment. Here we share some tips to keep front of mind with your customers during lockdown.
If you've decided to DIY your public relations, you'll want to avoid making these three common PR mistakes Mistake 1: Writing a long-winded "media release" We get it, you're passionate about your business, your new service offering or the award you just won. But in this instance, the saying, "less is more" is something you … Continue reading Avoid these PR mistakes
In 2021 your content really does have to speak louder than words. What do I mean by that? Well, you have to have good imagery, this should include headshots, product shots (if that's your biz!) or service "action" shots (sure some of these may have to be "set-up" with a photographer). You should also have … Continue reading Content is king
Set at La Boheme at Terrigal, last week I was invited to meet one of Australia’s most delightful & inspiring businesswomen not to mention one the MOST influential jewellery designers – Samantha Wills. The evening was coincided with her recent book launch of Dust and Gold. I had been eyeing off purchasing the book for some time. But … Continue reading Meeting an inspirational businesswoman
In our next series of tips about Zoom sessions we look at three more essential areas when hosting meetings on Zoom. We're all missing the interaction of being in the office with our "work friends" and this first tip should help with this! Tip one: If you're having a team meeting, start with something fun. … Continue reading Zoom take-aways part 2
Like all of us, I've been on my fair share of Zoom meetings, webinars and training sessions since the COVID pandemic hit. I've contemplated writing this list for a while and I've narrowed my list to a top three takeaways if you're presenting (or co-presenting) online. Have a back-up plan if your power fails /tech … Continue reading Zoom take-aways
We know you've been able to "shop" via Instagram for a while now, but the ability to set up a shop via Instagram is now available (for those that sell physical goods at least!) There are several boxes you need to tick before you can set up shop, so to speak, including having a linked … Continue reading Instagram Shopping – A new feature
As I've been progressing through the isolation period, one very important question has been front of mind for me. What's next? It's a question that can't be answered on many fronts, however, there are some aspects that CAN be answered. In the "Getting ahead of the curve" consulting service, there are many aspects that are … Continue reading Service highlight: Getting ahead of the curve – What to do in post Coronavirus world… NOW?