If there's one way to ensure that you're never devoid of inspiration, it's to have a set of killer blog post ideas to fall back on when lighting just isn't striking. But too often, your backup ideas can be derivative and cliched - which will undermine your readers' confidence in you. So read on, and...
Over the weekend, ITV’s CITV channel showed a collection of retro kids’ TV shows from the 90s. But while Pat Sharp and the Twins, Tregard and his hapless dungeoneers and Julia Sawahla’s Press Gang all triggered waves of fond memories from the decade that shame forgot, something key was missing. 90s adverts. And not just...
This post isn't a set of predictions. It's something far more useful. Andrew starts 2013 by asking the burning blogging questions that could be the difference between a year of successes and a year of failures.
Can Barack Obama's re-election really tell us all there is to know about the subject which I write about?
There's a giant Christina Hendricks overlooking Manchester. But despite my undeniable affections for Ms Hendricks' acting talents, I'm completely and utterly unmoved by her attempts to sell me Scotch whisky.
People often wonder why businesses spend thousands on a logo, tag line or other aspects of their brand identity. This image shows why.
Whether you're writing a restaurant review, ranting about the quality of political comment in this country or trying to sell your services, the rules, goals and skillsets are the same.
Think of all the free content you've put on your blog over your writing career. Thousands of little golden nuggets of information and advice. Wouldn't it be nice if you could get people to pay you for all that imparted wisdom?