RESOURCES AND ADVICE TO GET YOU STARTED
Sometimes before you can start the ‘important’ work of building your brand, you just need a quick answer. So we’ve answered the questions our members ask us about most.
Your definitive guide to…
Sometimes a topic comes up so regularly we think – “we should write a book about this”. So we did! Download an e-book (or four), compliments of us…
Optimising your site for search engines
Right, before you start to panic and think “all this website stuff is just too complicated for me…” website optimisation (or search engine optimisation, known as SEO for short) really isn’t that scary.
Your position in the results pages can literally make or break your business. There are some basic rules to follow, but once you understand the essentials, you will be climbing the ranks in no time.
Making content work for your business
You do not have to say anything… but anything you do say may be shared, commented on, or tweeted.
We’ve all been told that in order to improve your website’s Google ranking, you need to churn out content, and lots of it. The more you create, the more traffic you’ll attract and the more money you will make. But that’s not necessarily the case. Learn how to ensure the content you do create, actually works for your business!
Creating stories that sell
Storytelling is as old as… well, it goes right back to when stories began (AKA ancient times). The art of telling a story is part of our makeup as human beings, and the reason why we are still here today.
It is also the most powerful tool you can use to communicate effectively with your audience. Learn how to use the power of story to attract, engage and convert your ideal customers.
Creating a kick ass customer experience
Just about the most important thing to get right in business, is to keep your customers satisfied. Whether you own a small online company, a chain of shops or a huge corporation – it’s all about customer experience.
Sounds a bit dramatic, right? I mean, surely the product or service is the most important thing…? Actually, no. Your brand is the lasting impression that people are left with as a result of interactions with you and your business.