Here’s a quick intro to my favourite editorial tool, the PerfectIt add-in for Microsoft Word, by Intelligent Editing.
The relentlessly helpful blog
Is your content well written? Who could you hire to help make it better? How much does proofreading cost? Where can you find someone with the right skills? Plenty of questions. Let’s take a look.
As a technical copywriter, I specialise in producing content that’s clear and simple. Whether I’m creating or editing text, my clients usually have a reasonable idea of what they’re going to get when they hire me to write or improve their documents. Read more
It’s so annoying when the LinkedIn notification counter lights up and then you find that it’s just a message that one of your posts has received 50 or 100 views. Once you build up a lot of connections, most of your posts are going to trigger this notification.
Here’s how to turn off these notifications via the LinkedIn mobile app:
Stress isn’t cool. It saps our energy, drains our creativity and shortens our lives.
I don’t have a magic potion for curing these things, but I can at least offer up a handful of tips to help you boost productivity in your business.
Did you know?
Since 1992, each April has become known as Stress Awareness Month.
Problem shared = problem halved
Remember that friends and colleagues are likely to be going through the same issues you are.
Lean on your community for support.
Blogging works. It helped me go from page 7 of Google to the top of page 1. It took effort but I didn’t spend a penny on advertising.
As well as creating content and writing websites for online tech businesses, I sometimes advise business owners on what they can do to boost their site’s ranking in Google and other search engines. There are plenty of ways to tackle Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), but this post focuses on just one method: blogging.
Let’s get this straight: if you’re going to put time-sensitive information in your LinkedIn summary, make sure you set a reminder to review and edit it afterwards.
Stating that you’re looking forward to a conference that took place 16 months ago is going to ruin all the subject matter authority that you were trying to portray.
It’s almost as bad as making a spelling mistake in your profile. People will judge – I’m telling the truth.
Here’s another batch of 5 quick and easy #MicroMacTips to help you get to grips with your cool Apple tech.
1. Minimise the Dock
The Dock is the strip of icons usually found at the bottom of the screen. If you need a bit more space, you can hide the Dock when you’re not using it.
Cmd-Alt-D and the Dock will disappear. Move the pointer to the bottom of the screen and it will magically reappear and then disappear again when you move the pointer away. This is how I always have my Dock set up – I think it’s cleaner this way.