We have’t put much energy into our Facebook page so far, but for the sake of our own self-respect we’d like to increase our likes count (it’s currently around 70).
So we’re going to try some Facebook ads. We want to reach 200 likes for starters — a nice round tally.
I’ve used Facebook ads before. I found it simple to use and pretty good value. If you’re new to it, we’ll try to guide you through the process in this post. We’ll also share our own results. Continue reading “What do you get for £10 with Facebook ads?”
Wheatleys recently set up new social media profiles on Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter to go with our re-brand. Now we want to start posting useful stuff across all those profiles. It’s a time-consuming business, so we figured we should give social media automation a try.
We used to use TweetDeck to schedule and deliver our posts, but it now only works with Twitter. So, after reading this post on the best SM automation tools, we thought we’d give dlvr.it a try.
Ideally we want to manage all our social media profiles in one place — and for free. After our experience with dlvr.it, we’re not sure that’s possible… but we might have found another good solution.
Here’s what happened. Continue reading “Is dlvr.it a good free social media automation tool? We tried it.”
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If you’re wondering whether you’d like to work with us — and we really hope you do — the new projects we’ve just shared in our copywriting portfolio might be helpful. Continue reading “5 new things in our copywriting portfolio”
Hello and welcome to the new Wheatleys website!
We’ve re-branded as Wheatleys because this is no longer just a freelance copywriter’s site. We now have a hand-picked network of UK copywriters to call on, so we can support bigger projects with better-quality writing than ever before. Continue reading “We’ve got a new website and company name. Welcome to Wheatleys!”
I’m lucky enough to live 20 minutes’ walk from my office. Until very recently, it was the only regular exercise I got. It also saves me a lot of money on transport.
So, when I started noticing Mobikes lying around Salford Quays a few months ago, I ignored them.
— Just another over-engineered tech solution nobody needs!
— Probably a rip-off!
— One smart device too many!
I didn’t really say any of these, but they sum up how I felt about these so-called smart bikes.
Then, last Friday, I ended up trying — and liking — Mobike. Continue reading “A week with Mobike smart bikes”