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  1. 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 […]

  2. LinkedIn Beginner’s Guide: How To Set Up A Profile And Grow Your Business

    Setting up a LinkedIn profile can be slightly overwhelming, especially, as you wonder how it will help your small business. The truth is that as a small business owner, you wear multiple hats including the marketing hat with the aim to increase brand awareness. LinkedIn is another platform, which can help spread the word about your business and focus on […]

  3. How to work from home and get things done!

    You’re picturing lovely refreshing drinks and snacks from your own kitchen, a tidy work desk, limited distractions and the opportunity to really get down to work. In a perfect world, this is what working from home is all about, but sadly it doesn’t always work that way. I think this is a case of the grass is greener on the […]

  4. What everyone must know about infographics

    Create infographics about topics in your industry that are important. As people share the infographic, you’ll likely see more traffic and sales. It’s the kind of week where I’m having a struggle thinking about what kind of topic to cover for the blog. I think we all feel this way from time to time, it’s only natural. One of the […]

  5. Managing the fear of change

    Inspiration from a great post Do you ever read other people’s content and your brain starts working? That happened to us this week, as we were sorting through our social media posts we came across this awesome post by Mark Shaefer. He spoke about a recent talk at an event he attended, the subject was focused on the idea of […]

  6. Content creation: Guiding the reader through the buyer journey

    This week’s podcast is focusing on content writing and guiding your reader to the sale point. “Content should guide your reader to take the actions you want. The best form of content to use is persuasive content, which is often seen in sales pages and articles” Transcript Hey guys, welcome to the second Avidmode podcast, this week we will be […]

  7. Why is reflection important?

    January always strikes me as one of the most reflective times of the year.  Spending time in December creating new goals and then jumping into them full throttle in January is pretty standard for most people. Compounded by my birthday falling directly in the middle of it, reflection is something that I find myself doing a whole heap of. But, why […]

  8. How to research content for your blog?

    The importance of an audience Picture this – you are front and centre in a classroom or assembly hall at 13 years old, asked to do a presentation on a bland topic given to you by your teacher. Unless your presentation is spectacular or funny it’s likely that the entire thing fell on deaf ears. Kids are half asleep in […]

  9. Fostering creativity

      I think creativity is one of those things that we often don’t consider as being a skill. When we talk about artists, musicians and designers, we often talk about their talent, their abilities seem innate rather than something that has been learned, worked on and polished. I’ve certainly thought about it this way for a long time. I remember […]