It is late December and as I’ve done for several years I’ve been reviewing what I’ve achieved throughout the past year.
For a year that has been difficult personally for many I know (and with the loss of so many important icons), I have to admit I’m looking forward to waving goodbye to 2016 in a few days. However, it has been a good year in other ways.
I like to start …
This week I was invited to share insights from my PhD research at the UTAS School of Social Sciences Work in Progress day.
My PhD project looks at how social media texts produced by members of the public have impacted journalistic practice within the context of crisis reporting. To do this I analysed how social media texts were used as news sources in newspaper reports during three …
As I wrote last month, I’ve been working for myself for 10 years and seven years ago I started appearing in your inbox every month.
I thought it fitting to review the 360 posts on the Strawberry Communications blog to share some of the key articles I’ve written in that time (plus two bonus posts pre newsletter that I thought you’d like). Here you’ll find tips on small business PR, …
This is a guest post by Lisa Michaels.
Social media management for businesses requires more effort than it might at first seem. In order to keep your audience engaged, you always need to have new content and activities available. Generating new ideas and publishing content, however, requires almost endless creativity and diligence.
Online tools for social media management can help you speed …
Following in the footsteps of Remington’s Victor Kiam, who was so impressed with the shaver he “bought the company”, franchise consultant Carolyn Dufton is launching Maggie Moo Music in Australia this week.
Based on the highly popular Moo Music UK franchise model, Maggie Moo Music Australia will wow Aussie 0-5 year olds with its infectious songs, cute farmyard characters and sensory …
This month Strawberry Communications turns 10. I had been freelancing on and off for six years before I started working for myself full time, but once my eldest son was born I knew I didn’t want to be working for someone else five days a week. My work experience and entrepreneurial spirit drove me to go it alone and I registered the business in October 2006.
My business has gone …
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