Gem Koeman

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  1. How to use your web presence to assist your hospitality business through Covid-19

    We’re in a firestorm at the moment, especially when it comes to businesses in hard hit sectors (hospitality, tourism and retail).

  2. Website Maintenance for Health and Beauty Websites

    Websites are designed to give you a face on the web, it’s a tool for accessing a different pool of potential customers. As with most things, your website will always need updates – in the same way you might care for a garden. You probably spend hours outside pulling weeds, cleaning the paving stones and re-arranging plants for the best […]

  3. 7 Things That You Need On Your Nutritionist Website

    Is the idea of building or revamping your nutritionist website already sending your brain into a mess of questions and worries? You’ve decided that it’s time that you start working on your website so that you can take advantage of all the leads that it could be generating you, great! But, the problem is… what really needs be on your […]

  4. Just writing blog posts isn’t enough

    I’m willing to bet that you know the importance of blogging by now. As a consultant, you understand that establishing authority with your audience is key, and publishing regular content that educates, informs and inspires your prospective clients is a fantastic way to build that credibility. But here’s the catch: That only works if your audience actually sees your content, […]

  5. Make the most of WordPress Gutenberg for Blogging

    Getting the most out of your content We’re almost constantly banging on about blogging at Avidmode. There are just so many benefits to doing it, whether you are trying to show off your expertise in a subject, building a catalog of helpful guides to add extra value for your customers or simply trying to find more leads. Most likely it’s […]

  6. Keeping your business communicating with Zoom

    Last month was an odd one… Many businesses are looking for new ways to communicate with customers and employees/employers – we’ve used Zoom for a few years and it’s still one of our favourite tools. In the newsletter we discuss the ways that you could keep your business communicating using Zoom. How have you used Zoom or other virtual meeting […]

  7. Social Media – Calls to Action

    Well everyone, that’s it for February 2020. Can’t quite believe that Christmas was over two months ago but there we are. Last month was hectic, with lots of trips into Chester, avoiding both Ciara and Duncan who did their very best to rip out the fences in the garden (but ultimately failed) and getting a start on the next steps […]

  8. Why everything starts with the “why” when you are a consultant.

    When it comes to selling your services, whether in person or online, the golden rule to remember is this: Clear Is Kind. Let’s be honest, the landscape of coaches, consultants and mentors is a saturated one; it can be difficult to be heard above the noise of the crowd and you can bet the business owners you’re targeting as clients […]

  9. Why Google My Business is a Golden Opportunity For Business

    If you missed our newsletter last month, don’t worry – we’ve got you. We’ll be taking a look at how to set up Google My Business and there is a handy info-graphic at the end of the set up to help you with the next steps after you’ve been verified. Being visible as a business can be tricky, especially as […]