How to Find Free Images You Can [Legally] Use Online on Websites, Social Media Posts & Newsletters

For the thousandth time — NO! You cannot just do a search on Google image search, save the image to your computer and then upload it to your website. A lot of people do it and if you have a not for profit website, you may have nothing to be concerned about, unless you are […]

RSS Feeds: The Most Powerful Online Marketing Tool You May Not Know About

Are you looking for ways to get content ideas for your website, email newsletters and social media posts? Are you sure that your own content is reaching as many people as possible? RSS Feeds offer a great way for you to keep up with what’s going on in current events, your industry and on all […]

Online Marketing for a Big Community Event – blog post for Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce

I’ve just written a guest post for the Clonakilty Chamber of Commerce blog “How to Use Online Marketing to get the Best Results from a Big Event…”. The advice is similar to my earlier post here about how to make the most of a big spike in PR for your business or organisation, but in […]

WordPress 3.0 Officially Released!

Just had to do a quick post to celebrate the official release of WordPress 3.0! See the post on the WordPress blog: http://wordpress.org/development/2010/06/thelonious/ It’s a big leap from WP 2.9x: – the end of Kubrick as default theme now replaced by the sexy new Twenty Ten theme – easier customisation of menus and headers – […]

Link Building: more than just Link Exchanges

For years people have known that the number of links into your sites effects your rankings on search engines, such as Google (see their page on Google Friendly Sites). Thus started the mad dash to get as many links into a site as possible; through all sorts of tactics, but mainly looking for sites that […]