Hi! I’m Sandra. By day, I run my own content strategy business in Australia from Korea. And by night, I’m a burgeoning novelist with a young adult novel in progress.
The Smarter Writer is my bumbling voyage into better understanding how our creative brains work and sharing what I learn and what I already know to help others become smarter, more efficient writers.
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I’m no social media killjoy. I love it. But I was wondering what sort of negative impact it was having on my creativity. Here’s what I found out.
Looking like a professional and responding fast can be the difference between being booked to capacity and having an empty pipeline. Here are seven tips to help you maintain the appearance of someone who looks like they know what they’re doing and win more writing work.
Is it smart blogging or gaming the system? Are we at risk of a major downfall or will we simply figure out how to game the new system?
Have you backed up your files and content recently? That’s only half the task. Have you checked your back up?
Sometimes breakage can be a good thing, a very good thing, especially when it comes to rules. This week confirmed my decision to shatter traditional online marketing rules.
If you’re feeling apprehensive about publishing your work online, here are some truths to help you become a more confident writer.
There are going to be times in business when people let you down. This was one of those weeks. And I didn’t handle it well.
The EU has decided to become GODS OF THE INTERNET and introduce the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Basically, it’s a nightmare for anyone with an online business.
A ‘how to’ guide to step you through how to outline a blog post before you start writing that will help you work smarter, save time and write with greater clarity and structure.
This is my first post for My Digital Adventure series. Each week I will to share something I learnt from my work and give you a little snippet of ex-pat life in Korea.
A handy tip for managing large documents in MS Word is to use the navigation pane. Find out how.
If you’re running social media campaigns for clients, check out Planable. It’s a fantastic tool you can connect to different social media profiles, write posts and see them in context and get approval from your client.