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It is only when we drop the jargon and focus on our audience in our communications that we will engage them.
Many years ago I was PR Manager for a national (now international) employment organisation who specialised in Disability Employment services, Job Network and included a Registered Training Organisation, (RTO). IT was at a time when employment services were often in...
Community sector marketers are often overworked and under-resourced. Don’t let a legal mistake wreck your hard work.
Recently I was preparing two social media workshops, one for business and one for community groups. That got me thinking about where the differences were. There is lots of common ground between managing business and managing social media accounts – but what are the...
Take control of your personal brand. Read about Noelene Gration’s experience of developing her personal brand.
Tips on how to get ready for a photoshoot for your personal brand
It all started when two black dogs met. I was walking around Lake Daylesford with my rescued greyhound Issy. Lorne was doing the same with his rescued greyhound Evie. Peas in a pod in appearance, night and day in temperament. Both beautiful, gentle animals, they...
The early days of my business coincided with the early days of social media. I had a twitter account, a blog and I was on LinkedIn. I was spending a lot of time learning and understanding the different mediums and how they worked to promote, engage, direct traffic and...
This is the first in a series of Noelene Gration’s experience of creating and continuing to develop her personal brand
New rules in Australia require brands to be transparent about their relationships with influencers.