During a trip to Cape Town I chanced upon the Espressolab in The Old Biscuit Mill at Woodstock. This is a fantastic little place where a range of bespoke coffees are also being roasted in a laboratory style environment. When we arrived the owner asked us what sort of coffee we liked. I admitted I
If you are on Linkedin you will get connection requests from people you don't know. And you will also get plenty of bland connection requests from people you're not sure whether or not you know. It's very tempting to treat such connection requests in the same way as other unsolicited messages. But that would be
Every so often someone asks how I allocate my time across all of the social media with which I am involved. What follows is the current answer. It's my third blog post on the subject. The first was in 2010 and the second was in April 2012. I started to use social media in 2006.
What follows is controversial as it challenges the conventional wisdom shared by many website designers and content marketers. I have long felt that a great deal of the generic advice you hear and see all over the web is misleading. I have explained before that: Only one website metric really matters to accountants. And that is, for