Guest blog post submitted by Jayne Kendall from Our Home Online. The way people read blog posts and articles varies, from scrolling on their mobiles whilst on the bus or grabbing a few minutes while they eat lunch. It’s also likely some of them will be pressed for time, scrolling through the post quickly and…

With the 2017 Adrian Flux British FIM Speedway Grand Prix just around the corner, we’ve created our own winning tips for building a blog like a Speedway champ. As you know, we are very excited to have recently launched our Speedway blogging campaign (now closed), so we couldn’t help ourselves in writing a Speedway themed post.…

There is isn’t anything more annoying than going to register your Twitter @username, only to find out that it has already been taken. Before registering a domain for your blog, I would always recommend checking the availability of the name on social media too. Namech_k is a great online tool that helps you do this…

Even if you haven’t heard of microblogging before, my fiver says that you have or that you’ve witnessed it without realising it. Micro-blogging is the term used to describe a series of frequent short posts or updates. The most common platforms that will come to mind are Twitter or Instagram, but it relates to any…

Do you generate content that your key audience always seems to miss? Generating good quality content takes time and dedication, so it can be disheartening to discover that your blog posts don’t get the number of readers that they deserve. This is no reflection on your blog whatsoever, it’s just a sign of the times.…

Google Analytics is an essential bit of kit if you are serious about blogging. Google Analytics has come along way in recent years, it’s no longer just about how many visitors that you’ve had to your blog (of course it still does this), but it’s about much more than that. Using Google Analytics, you can…

Recently I was lucky enough to co-host a mobile video workshop with Alex Mills from Burning Red in Cardiff. Why is video important? We all consume video, whether it’s on our TV, web or social media and this trend is set to continue. So, if we’re all consuming more video, why not create some and…

When you first start blogging it is all very exciting. You are bursting with energy and good ideas, and your posts just seem to flow out. However, once the dust settles and blogging just becomes well, blogging, the flow of blog ideas appear to dry up and it takes a little bit more ‘time’ to…