Independent cafes have been in the news this week voicing concerns about people who hog their tables and free Wi-Fi all day. As a communications consultant I make good use of coffee shops, for both meetings and work, so I Continue reading How long can you make a coffee last to get free Wi-Fi?
I’m aware that a certain paradox is in play when I’m blogging. Spending time writing about communications issues consumes time that I could be using for communications research. If I stopped blogging I might actually have more to blog about. This is Continue reading If you stopped blogging might you have more to blog about?
What could be better than having free rein over what to write about in your online content – it sounds like the perfect situation, doesn’t it? Well, it depends. With that privilege comes the responsibility of developing the ideas. Whether Continue reading How to find ideas for your online content
The benefits of blogging are well known. But what if you blog and no one reads it – is it still worth doing? If this happens in the long term then you’ve certainly got a problem. At the start, however, Continue reading 10 reasons to blog – even if no-one reads it
It’s that time of year again when communications experts predict the big trends for next year and beyond. After writing on Diary of a Communicator for a couple of years now, I was interested to peek into the future of Continue reading What the future holds for blogging