Restaurateur Alert: My Top 5 Christmas Planning Tips

I’m spending a lot of time at the moment advising my clients on what they need to do to make the most of the Christmas period. I thought it would be useful to share some of my top tips because, quite frankly, it’s hard enough for independent restaurateurs at the moment and often the ‘now’ is so consuming, there’s no time to look ahead.. BUT it really is SO important to be prepared at this time of year. If you leave these few simple tasks for another month I guarantee you will have lost out on potential business. If you do these things now, you are bound to reap the rewards with a busy bustling festive season and a solid January. So don’t delay, don’t be afraid of writing to your customers, engaging and telling them what you’re doing for the next few months. Believe me, they want to know…

Dare to be different & make those words count

A lovely lady from Charlotte’s Group brought this to my attention. Here at Articulate Content, we particularly love the one from Poke London. What a great way to stand out and appeal to the particular type of person your business needs. The Ad… Poke London are after a Copywriter  Best Job Ads in the World Ever – https://www.socialtalent.co/blog/best-job-ads-in-the-world-ever – And of course, the moral is… Have the confidence to be yourself – whether that’s you in your day to day life or in your business DNA. Read & enjoy – we did 🙂  

Top 11 Writing Tips – The Basics…

Top 11 Writing Tips – The Basics…

Top 11 Writing Tips – The Basics… For so many people I meet and clients I work for, their idea of absolute hell is being given a blank piece of paper and being told to write something creative. These days that feeling of dread is ever present as we feeling the pressure to be blogging, tweeting and creating content left, right and centre. So here are my Top 11 Writing Tips below to help you start writing on that blank page…   Be yourself – your tone should reflect who you are, so don’t try to be something you’re not, it’ll just come across as false & be really hard to write. Quality not quantity – Don’t feel the need to write loads. Think about the length of things you are prepared to read, it’s not much these days – blogs should be 500 words or thereabouts. How to –…