Advice to get started in digital marketing 2020.

From speaking at SYP_Oxford last year I’ve had a few questions around digital marketing and how to get started with a career in social media marketing. I love to help answer your questions so do keep them coming. Here’s my top three tips and advice for anyone looking to get started in digital marketing this year.

Work with purpose

To work with purpose is to know that what you do has a larger meaning than to simply provide the means to an end. At the same time, it’s important to maintain balance and know that even Henry Ford, the founder of Ford motor company, worked as an engineer for Edison Illuminating Company of DetroitContinue reading “Work with purpose”

Just start

Often we refuse to start because we are too scared of the cost, but by doing that we’re only really missing out on unexpected gains that if you look close enough are worth far more than if you hadn’t stepped out in the first place. What do you need to start today?

Unexpected gains

What do you do when life throws you a curveball in the middle of a snowstorm? Do you run? Do you cry? Do you throw yourself to the ground and give up? We all have a flight or fight option within us that kicks in when the unexpected happens. When the avalanche descends, and weContinue reading “Unexpected gains”

Quality over quantity

Quality over quantity? When it comes to marketing, whether social or content I believe it’s both. As the demand for attention increases, the need for quality content and more of it because vital for genuine growth. One of the ways we can combat this is to create a bigger piece of content like a video,Continue reading “Quality over quantity”

Quote of the week

Hi all, It’s been a minute… I thought I’d kick of my first post of the year with a quote on community building. This week’s quote is from Megan Adams. Don’t forget to touch base with your customers once they have engaged with your brand or business. Three ways to engage with your community throughContinue reading “Quote of the week”

Discovering your passion

Have you ever looked at the end result of someone’s life you look up too, but fail to see how to make that happen for us. I find the trouble with this approach to finding one’s passion means that when things do go the way we planned we become disappointed. There is also the possibilityContinue reading “Discovering your passion”