Archive | January, 2008

7 reasons you’d have found Robert Burns on Twitter

I’ve written too much this week, but I couldn’t let Burns Night go by without saying something to celebrate the day.   Surely I could think of something short, memorable, to the point… oh… 140 characters long maybe… Perfect.  So here we go, a few short ‘tweets’ (with apologies to the Bard) on: 7 reasons we’d [...]

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It’s all in the frame: how to promote your services without breaking rapport - a writing challenge for business bloggers

Talk about a writing challenge I wish I’d never set. “How to promote your products and services without breaking rapport” What was I thinking? This is one I could really have done without. A post that’s required lots of reading and thinking, head-scratching and note-scribbling, puffing and… Continue reading

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A haggis maker’s guide to writing well

We’re fast approach Burns Night (with something extra special in store for you here) which means that thoughts of haggis are in the air. Now I know that haggis isn’t everyone’s cup of tea (and as a vegetarian that’s me too, though the veggie version is pretty tasty)… Continue reading

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10 pages that aren’t about me

I wrote an about page that wasn’t about me. And realised there are plenty more where that came from. Pages that are, and aren’t, about me. 1. I could tell you about where I live, the work that I do, the experience and the training that have… Continue reading

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The power of our words

Martin Luther King quote on the way you work.

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