A shift in comms – how the past year has reshaped communication

Communication is a fundamental part of our lives. It enables us to build and strengthen relationships, connections, businesses, and more. Communication doesn’t fit into just one mould – the different forms or types of communication are constantly changing as years progress. With the rise of technology and social media, virtual communication has become more popular,

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How COVID-19 has modified our language

2020 The year COVID-19 changed the English language as we knew it. When you think of 2020, what comes to mind? For most people, this year has been highly defined by the pandemic of COVID-19. In March of this year, the country went into lockdown leaving the streets empty. Bringing with it a time of

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Communicating your business lockdown story

During the pandemic, many small businesses have had to completely change direction in order to simply survive. Small business marketing consultant, Nat Sharp has been inspired by small businesses communicating their experiences in a personable and honest way. She’s seen a demonstration of how the right message delivered in an appropriate environment can create strong

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Is there a place for non-Coronavirus news?

The need for non-Coronavirus news is a hot topic. Will publications still accept stories that don’t have a Coronavirus angle? Should you try and somehow create one? Or are people actually keen to see fresh and different stories? Here’s a quick summary of what’s still making the headlines during the crisis. Coronavirus coverage is still

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Communication during the coronavirus

The Coronavirus has meant that we are operating in unprecedented times and communication has become more important than ever. Business owners are being forced to adapt their messages, but it’s very easy to feel overwhelmed at the thought of attempting effective communication at this time. Carnsight Communications founder, Jessica Morgan, was featured in a fantastic

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