Monthly Archives: August 2012

Rule number 1 – Keep it simple

With all the fabulous whiz-bang bits of technology available to us these days, it’s extremely tempting to run out and buy the next big thing as soon as it ‘hits the shelves’. (Wow, see? Even that saying is obsolete! lol) Of … Continue reading

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Is your Google Ranking Tanking?

Regular readers of my blog may remember an article called ‘Thou Shalt Not Steal’.  I wrote it about nicking logos but it applies to words as well. It’s never been a good idea to cut and paste copy from someone … Continue reading

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Money for jam

Last month, I went to an info evening with Global 1 Events, and their presenter was adamant that the best websites sell only 1 product. I’m not so sure about that, but I do agree that too many options can … Continue reading

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How Monica the gardener got more work

A friend of mine, Monica, used to be a gardener. She didn’t spend much money on advertising, in fact hardly anything. Every time she wanted a bit more work, she placed an ad in the Services Directory at the back … Continue reading

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Sending out mixed messages

You might be right with me when I say that one of my pet dislikes is tail-gaters. One was sitting right on my butt the other day, jumping from lane to lane to see how he could possibly get ahead. … Continue reading

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