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My 15 Minutes of Fame at Search Engine Journal

3 Jul

I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Ann Smarty for Search Engine Journal about curation, Paper.li, writing and journalism. It was a lot of fun answering her questions.

Read the full interview here.

Interview with Liz Wilson, Community Editor at Paper.li, Search Engine Journal

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Get a Start in Digital Storytelling

30 May Girl in a Bedouin mask by mnadi

What’s the best way to get a start in video or film journalism? According to Adam Westbrook, multimedia producer, journalism lecturer and entrepreneur, go out and make a video.

“Just do it”, was his advice when I interviewed him recently. Practice beats training, says Adam. You will be disappointed with your first efforts, but the best way to begin is to get out in the street and start filming.  Continue reading

Is the sun shining on your blog?

22 May

How’s your blog doing? Is the outlook sunny or are the clouds on the horizon? If you’re struggling to start up, or you’ve been going awhile and you’re flagging, help is at hand. Ileane Smith, the face behind the very successful Basic Blog Tips, has kindly offered some advice.

I was able to interview Ileane recently and she answered these questions:

What’s the first thing a new blogger should do?

The first step to establishing yourself online is – and perhaps this sounds a little crazy — get a Gravatar. Continue reading

Top tips for self-publishing: quality, targeting, marketing and promotion

19 Apr I love books by Bethan on flickr

Just recently I have interviewed two people who are a mine of information about publishing and self-publishing. I know that’s a topic of huge interest, so I wanted to highlight some of their good advice. They agree that the most important factors are are a quality book, targeting your audience, and the ability to market and promote your work. Continue reading

The power of drawing: an interview with Sarah Clark

11 Jan Sarah Clark of Clear Thinking - Clear Communication

Communication is becoming more and more visual, and mostly that means more digital. Sarah Clark is passionate about the lower-tech trend for visualisation — with coloured pens, chalk and a large roll of paper rather than the latest web tools (for now). Continue reading

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