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249: Deadlines – Are they Good or Bad for Your Blogging?

Do Schedules and Deadlines Help or Hurt Your Blogging? Have you ever missed a deadline? Do you have a content schedule or editorial calendar for your blog? Yes, today’s episode is all about schedules and deadlines. Whether you follow a daily, weekly or monthly schedule, does it allow you to produce the best content? What […]

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5 Social Media Updates You Need To Action Right Now

What a year it’s been for social media managers and we’re only in May! 2018 has seen a barrage of social media updates brought about by new data rules, scandals, and network updates. At Contentworks Agency, my team knows that keeping pace with social media updates is essential because it ensures our social media strategy […]

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10 Foolproof Strategies for Choosing an E-commerce Niche

One of the questions I often get asked on social media revolves around e-commerce — specifically, e-commerce niches. How do you choose the e-commerce niche that’s right for you? That’s a tough question for me to answer because I’m not you. My experiences, goals, and knowledge base aren’t the same as yours. Everyone has to choose […]

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The Bot Plan: Your Guide to Making Conversations Convert

Posted by purna_v Let’s start off with a quick “True or False?” game: “By 2020, the average person will have more conversations with their bot than with their spouse.” True, or false? You may be surprised to learn that speaking more with bots than our spouse is precisely what Gartner is predicting. And when Facebook’s […]

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Carl Sargeant’s son wins by-election

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionJack Sargeant: “Let’s be kind to each other… a message I learnt from my dad” The son of a sacked former Welsh Labour minister whose death sparked a by-election has won the vote and will succeed his father as an AM. Jack Sargeant, 23, won the Alyn […]

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Pardoning suffragettes ‘complicated’

But Helen Pankhurst said the suffragettes would be urging women to “continue the fight” rather than “dwell” on their personal sacrifice. “It was not them breaking the laws that were the problem, it was the laws that were constraining our democracy,” she told BBC Radio 5live. The Suffragists – were first to organise, forming local […]

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