Monthly Website Maintenance

Monthly Website Maintenance

For many new businesses, a website is one of the biggest investments they make, either in time to create it themselves or investing in a professional to do it for you. And while your website will probably run fine without your intervention most of the time,...
Creating a shared Google Calendar

Creating a shared Google Calendar

Shared calendars are super useful, particularly for group programmes or anywhere where you want people to be able to plan around your events. By adding a shared calendar to wherever they are doing their day to day planning, they are more likely to avoid clashes and be...
What Are Your Terms of Employment?

What Are Your Terms of Employment?

Last week I sent a more personal email out to my newsletter subscribers than I would normally. It was inspired by an unfortunate coincidence of quite a lot of bad news for friends and hearing a few ‘inspiring speakers’ talk about how much they had...
3 Reasons I don’t like Mailchimp

3 Reasons I don’t like Mailchimp

Is Mailchimp making you frazzled? Mailchimp is a very poular email marketing tool and almost seems like a right of passage for new business owners. A part of the initiation test of whether you have enough tenacity, grit and determination to make it as a small business...
How to run a webinar

How to run a webinar

After I shared my last post How to run a paid webinar I realised that I wasn’t approaching things in the most logical order. I really should have started a post on How to run a webinar! So here I am. There are a few different parts to running a webinar and...
How to run a paid webinar

How to run a paid webinar

Next week I’m running an online training session. It’s the first time I’ve run an ‘paid for’ webinar in this way and as I was working through my options I thought you might find it interesting to see what choices I considered and what my...