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Getting back on my feet

Well, things are slowly returning to normal in Scotland and it feels good. So, I have promised myself I’ll get back into writing up this blog. To be fair, I haven’t been sitting on my backside watching telly all day during this lockdown, I have been working on three big projects. Plus I had aContinue reading “Getting back on my feet”

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Why I did Pinterest and Instagram Training with Business Gateway

Well, I put my money where my mouth is (see a previous post about why Pinterest is so good for business) and did some training on Pinterest and Instagram last week. Provided (for free) by Business Gateway, the morning training session took place near where I live and consisted of a whirlwind guide to bothContinue reading “Why I did Pinterest and Instagram Training with Business Gateway”

King is leaving Facebook

Author Stephen King is quitting Facebook according to a tweet he put out on Twitter today. Concerned with what he called the “flood of false information that’s allowed in its political advertising” and the social media platform’s ability to “protect its users’ privacy”, King announced the move and then encouraged fans to follow him onContinue reading “King is leaving Facebook”

Why Pinterest is so great for business

If you are a business looking for the best ways of reaching potential customers, have you thought about Pinterest? With 300 million monthly active users, 81% of which are female, Pinterest is a must for any business offering lifestyle or creative type services, particularly those for women. Founded by Ben Silbermann, Paul Sciarra, and EvanContinue reading “Why Pinterest is so great for business”

Stimulating discussion, geeking out and Tik Tok

It’s been a bit of a sticky kind of week. I won’t go into details, but needless-to-say, it wasn’t one I want to repeat. You know how you have those weeks? The ones that start out okay and then descend into chaos by the end of it? That was my week last week. However, soContinue reading “Stimulating discussion, geeking out and Tik Tok”