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Five things Brexit can teach you about communication

The repercussions from the UK referendum on leaving the EU are going to run and run for a long time. That’s another discussion, but I’ve found it interesting to see the different conversations on the subject have been taking place

Posted in Journalism, Social media

Criticism and context: why we still need professional reviewers

Is being a music writer “tough and important work”? Well, one music writer thinks it is. Tim Sommer, writing in the New York Observer, argues that “Daily newspapers need music writers now more than ever.”

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How to learn from your clients

One of the great things about being freelance is working for a variety of clients, instead of just one employer. For every job, there are new things to learn, which help you to grow your professional skills, business skills and

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Content marketing the old fashioned way

I’ve blogged before about content marketing and its position in the world of digital media. But it’s worth remembering that there are other ways to provide useful content for your customers – without them needing to access a computer.

Posted in Content marketing

How to cope with colleague-generated content

Digital publishing can be a strange thing. Mention ‘user-generated content’ and people’s eyes light up. It’s the holy grail for web publishers: lots of online content and it costs them nothing. (There are pitfalls here, of course, as those who

Posted in Editing, Websites