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Creative and Coffee is for creators who feel constrained, disconnected from their souls and are looking to create something that is genuinely their own.
A life they are proud of.
Creative and Coffee is here to help provide direction. To help you pick a single idea from the maelstrom of possibilities creators are trying to pursue.
To help you find ‘the one’ business idea for you, to develop it, nurture it and find a loving home for it in the online space.
Last week we announced that we would be creating a series of blog posts on how to create a solid foundation for your blog. The idea behind this was to give new bloggers a strategic path to follow to consistently and professionally grow their blogs over time, rather than just implementing day to day strategies […]
At Creative & Coffee we have covered a lot of the technical aspects of running your small business over the last couple of weeks. Whilst getting advice on the mechanics of running your business is fantastic, I also find it useful to learn about the journeys of small business owners. Not only is it interesting […]
So far in the MailChimp series we have covered all the basics of how to set up your account, your sign-up forms and how to send campaigns. If you want to jog your memory before you start you can access Part One & Part Two here. Part One & Two cover the most useful functions […]
Welcome back friends! Thank you all for the overwhelming support and lovely comments about last week’s MailChimp tutorial, you all literally made my week! If you haven’t had a chance to read Part One of the MailChimp series yet, you can get it here. Don’t worry, we’ll wait for you. OK, so last time we […]
Email marketing is daunting for several reasons; you are putting yourself out there, direct to your followers and into their sacred email boxes. However, the other reason, which I want to talk about today, is…. how to send out your marketing campaigns. The back end; the technical bit that many of us slightly dread. I […]