You may have noticed that I’ve a little thing for Instagram filmmaking. Making short films are a wonderful way of documenting your days and savouring memories. My son loves watching them (only if he makes an exclusive appearance though). They’re also good for repurposing content, or offering a visual account of a blogpost or caption.
I very recently launched my monthly email, The Great Cornish Outdoors, alongside a free ebook to help you define your brand and build an online community. These things don’t come easy to me. I spent ages familiarising myself with Mailchimp’s dashboard. Then I came across Flodesk a few weeks before the launch and wish I’d discovered
Something New… I’m really excited to be able to offer you the first free resource from Penny’s Lane, designed to help you focus on your creative ideas, blog and Instagram. It’s an 8 page ebook, called Create A Brand, Create A Community, free for you to download. (I’m calling it Create for short.) Who’s It
Creating videos and mini films for Instagram can feel like a big step but there’s no doubt that doing so will elevate your Instagram. Since Instagram introduced Stories, and then IGTV, mini films and videos have increased massively in production, views and engagement. My own stats confirm this. My little videos sometimes receive up to
Comparison in life is pretty inevitable. It feels even more prevalent on Instagram, where we see glimpses of other people’s lives and successful creative business ventures. Some comparisons can be positive and motivating, while others can leave us feeling discontent and invalid. Slipping into the comparison trap can feel really unpleasant. It conjures up uneasy
I love a good podcast and there are plenty out there to choose from. While I listen to podcasts from all sorts of genres, I’ve a particular fondness for podcasts for creatives. I’ve learnt so much about blogging, marketing, and instagram growth from listening to podcasts, and the best bit is, I can listen on