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By Amanda, Jul 11 2019 03:27PM

I am delighted to introduce you to lifestyle blogger, Megan, who will be helping with content here on the Little Miss Office blog and social media over the summer, whilst learning more about the ins, outs, ups and downs of running a small online business!



Here’s a few facts about Megan, so you can get to know her better:


1. Long-term blogger


Megan has blogged for 5 years, 3 of which are on her current blog. During this time, she has picked up lots of useful blogging tips and shares them with her readers. Megan’s goal with her blog is to help people create a happier, healthier, simpler and more sustainable life through blogging, eco-friendly, creativity and wellbeing content.


2. Freelance writer


Alongside blogging, Megan has also worked as a freelance writer for over 2 years. She produces articles on a variety of topics including blogging, lifestyle tips and much more.


3. University student


Megan studies Linguistics and Phonetics at the University of Leeds and is about to start her final year.


4. In her spare time…


If she’s not blogging or studying, Megan enjoys spending time with her family, exploring the UK and bullet journaling. Her ideal night would be curled up on the sofa with a cup of tea binge watching Friends.


5. Invisible illness and mental health advocate


Having been diagnosed with Neurofibromatosis Type 1, Hydrocephalus and Crohn’s disease, Megan is a strong advocate for invisible medical conditions and mental health. She offers health and wellbeing content on her blog, as well as taking part in awareness days to provide more knowledge on the conditions.


This is something I have a big interest in, as one of my long standing clients promotes positive mental health and wellbeing in the workplace, so this was a perfect fit!


So, exciting and new times for Little Miss Office and it’s also lovely to have someone to bounce ideas around with for a change!


To find out more about Megan and read her blog, head to meganelizabethlifestyle.com.





By Amanda, Apr 30 2019 09:56AM

Recently, I’ve had lots of clients asking for my help with sending newsletters to their customers and one of the main things they often struggle with is what to write and how to create ‘good content’.


I’m guessing that if my clients are having this problem, then there are probably lots more out there also struggling too….so here’s 5 quick tips for writing content for your email newsletters:


1.

Create an Awesome Title - I can’t stress enough how important the title is! After all, it’s the main hook that’s going to entice your customers to click through and read your email. Make it a good one! 


2.

Where possible, stick to a main message - what’s your goal for the newsletter? If you have something important you want to say, don’t dilute it by thinking ”well I better mention this as well, oh and I better mention that too”. Keep it simple - a single, focused and clear message (and design) will have far more impact than trying to cram every offer and service you do into one email.


3.

Make your email ‘scannable’. So many people just scan and glance through emails and don’t read them properly - unless something catches their eye (admit it, are you guilty of this? I know I am!). Avoid long text and heavy paragraphs that people just won’t read. Instead break up the text with smaller more digestible paragraphs and use bullet points. People will be much more likely to read it.


4.

A call to action - So simple but so often forgotten! Make sure you tell your customers what they need to do next! For example - if your newsletter is all about an offer - be clear on what they need to do to claim the offer and never assume they know what to do next! Your call to action should also be in-line with your original goal for the email.


5.

Finally, add a P.S. This is something I learned the importance of many years ago, in my days as a Direct Marketing Exec for a mail order company. Bizarrely, the P.S. is often the first thing people read, in order to understand if it's even worth spending their time reading the rest of the email. P.S. make your P.S. a great one!


If the thought of sending a newsletter still fills you with dread, don’t forget, I’m here to help you, just drop me an email to amanda@littlemissoffice.co.uk


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