How to work less and achieve more

As oxymorons go, this is a big one. How on earth could one work less but achieve more? Aren’t we taught at school that hard work reaps the biggest rewards? Doesn’t it stand to reason that the longer you spend doing something the more successful you’ll become at it?...

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Using Emoji’s on LinkedIn

Emoji’s, literally meaning ‘picture character’ in Japanese are found everywhere these days from your friends Facebook and Twitter feeds through to large international advertising campaigns. There always seems to be a place for these handy little images. Yet despite...

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Tally iOS Review

It’s really easy to fall into bad habits both professionally and at home. Reaching for snacks when you’re stressed, “Forgetting” to exercise or just spending too much on the mobile game that you can’t seem to put down. If you’re trying to be good and break those bad...

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How to research topics for blog posts

If you want your content to be read by other people (and, let’s be honest, why else would you create it?), you need to do a significant amount of research. How to research topics for blog posts There are no shortcuts when it comes to researching topics for blog posts....

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Blogging for boring industries

According to a study by Backlinko, the average length of webpages that rank on the first page of Google contain 1,890 words. Now, it’s fair to assume that if you happen to work in the super car industry or for a popular pop star, the blogs you write as part of your...

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Review: Wordcounter.net

If you’re a copywriter, you’ll know the importance of the humble word count. Without it, the work you do would easily lose focus and risk becoming either too long or short for the task in hand. Similarly, the ability to keep track of keywords and structure while...

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