Top 20 small business journalists to engage with on Twitter
Having an online presence for a business is crucial, especially for a start up. JournoLink has found the top 20 active journalist to engage with on Twitter to kick-start your brand.
Are you a publication snob?
When launching a new product or service, it is just as important to focus on getting coverage in smaller, local publications as it is to the larger publications. Here is why...
Guest Blog: 5 Tips to Make Your Blog More Socially Shareable
We have got 5 easy tips to make your blog more socially shareable that you can start putting into action immediately, from Tech Guru Kerry Butters. Your blog and your business will get the exposure they deserve.
Don't wait to perfect your marketing ideas
Never underestimated your creative thoughts when in the process of creating a marketing strategy. Being able to express your ideas openly within a team only helps develop new and existing ideas.
The Green Cross Code of Networking
Our Guest Blogger is internationally renowned author and speaker on Business Networking Strategy, Andy Lopata. Known in the profession and the media as “Mr. Networking”, Andy shares his tips on the steps to take in any networking situation. There is more on Andy at his website and you can follow him via this link on Twitter.
How to disrupt your market sector
The most important part of disrupting your market sector is establishing your credibility and gaining customers trust
4 killer tips to kick-start profiling your brand on social media
4 Killer Tips to Kick-Start Profiling your Brand on Social Media
Why most SME's should consider PR
The importance of brand identity for an SME cannot be understated. Traditionally, word of mouth was how a new business established itself and its reputation, and it is fundamentally no different in today's fast-paced world. Therefore, PR for SME is a pressing need.
What can Small Businesses Expect After the Election?
Journolink spent the night tracking the election, speaking to the influencers and businesses as the results came in. So what are the issues that they honed in on and what can we expect the winning politicians to focus on for small businesses and start-ups?
Bust or Bright? #Election2015
With the UK Election less than 2 weeks away, businesses, especially small and medium businesses, are a major part of the manifestos and promises that are being made by all of the parties.