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Jenii Lowe

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Jenii is a content editor and copywriter with solid experience in writing engaging and meaningful online content for small businesses. She delights in helping companies increase conversions through online expression. A proudly self-confessed nerd, her eclectic set of interests include technology, video games, the internet, bad movies and science.

5 YouTube Channels for Digital Marketing Success

As I’ve admitted before, I love YouTube. As discussed in the previous article, YouTube doesn’t always have the immediate reputation of being a great resource for professionals. Once you’ve waded through the cute animals and “fail” videos, there is a wealth of sharp business and marketing advice. If you want to make progress online, these […]


7-Step Guide to Business Networking for Shy People

Though it continues to baffle those who know me personally, I can be quite introverted around strangers. I feel it is important to tell you this because I know where you’re coming from, Ms or Mr Shy Networker. I also know it can be… changed. I don’t want to use words like “beaten” because that […]


The Ultimate Social Media Jargon Buster

Social media can seem like a minefield to the uninitiated, but is becoming more and more crucial for businesses of all kinds. This handy social media jargon buster should help you understand some of the most common networks and terms. Want some practical advice on getting started on social? Take a look at my previous […]


6 YouTube Channels Every Small Business Should Follow

YouTube is a great resource. It has a reputation for being full of goofy comedy, video game let’s plays, and cute animals, but it’s so much more than that. YouTube is afire with great business advice, but it can get drowned out a bit with the wackier channels and paid advertising. I have chosen 6 […]


Website Jargon Buster for Total Beginners

If you’ve been putting off getting a website for your business because the idea of all of that jargon and technological jiggery-pokery fills you with dread, this website jargon buster is the right place to start your journey. Before you make any plans or part with any cash, it’s a good idea to get a good […]



5 FREE Social Media Tools for Small Businesses

Whether you are a complete newbie to social media or a seasoned veteran,we all like a helping hand. With a focus on the big 2 – Facebook and Twitter – let’s delve into the free social media tools that you can start using today to take control of your social accounts. Hootsuite Link: hootsuite.com For Use […]


Using Pop-Ups on Your Website: Best Practices

[Updated Febuary 2017] Welcome back to our series on the resurgence of the website pop-up window. Previously we discussed the productive results achievable using in-page pop-ups (or “interstitial windows”), but also their downsides. We’ve mainly touched upon some of the most common functions of recent pop-ups: encouraging users to subscribe to a relevant newsletter, follow a brand on […]


Using Pop-Ups on Your Website: The Disadvantages

[Updated February 2017] Welcome back to this series on the renaissance of the pop-up; more specifically relating to in-page pop-over windows (or “interstitials”) which are now becoming increasingly common. Usually they’ll be a lot more relevant than the pop-ups of yesteryear, asking you to subscribe to the company’s email newsletter or to sign up for […]


Using Pop-Ups on Your Website: The Advantages

[Updated February 2017] You may have noticed the dreaded pop-up creeping back into common usage. If you frequent high-street retailers online or marketing blogs and resources (whom I find to be the biggest users; your experience may differ) you’ve no doubt had your fill of the modern pop-up menace. But you wouldn’t do that to […]


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