Luke Doyle

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Luke Doyle writes on behalf of NeoMam Studios and is based in Manchester, UK. When not sharing content, Luke's passions include traveling and photography.
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6 Types of TikTok Content That Will Help Your Startup’s Videos Go Viral

Juggling tasks is key for entrepreneurs, especially when it comes to selecting priority marketing channels. For many new entrepreneurs, sticking to the tried and tested social media platforms like Facebook and LinkedIn is often seen as the safe bet, while some are not as familiar with newer social platforms like TikTok and Clubhouse, along with...
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An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Facebook Insights for Business

Facebook for Business can be a powerful tool to help startups build an audience for their product or service. However, it can also involve a lot of time and effort with deceptively little reward. It’s easy to put a lot of energy into Facebook, but that investment in time requires proper planning, as well as...
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A Visual Guide to Google Analytics for Entrepreneurs

When you start up a new business, amongs the first things you do nowadays is get a website made, and no business website is complete without a Google Analytics account. There’s so much more to Google’s software than a box-ticking exercise for web developers and digital marketers. Thirty to 50 million websites use Analytics, but...
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Daily Rituals to Boost Performance at Work

Getting the most out of your work hours and consistently bringing your A-game to your tasks is a challenge every entrepreneur worries about. Some days you can be in the zone and racing through to-do lists, while others you can be distracted, drifting through the day and achieving very little by the end of it....
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A Small Business Guide to Instagram Stories

Instagram Stories are a cheap and accessible way to connect with your followers and build your brand identity. An Instagram Story is a short clip, no longer than 15 seconds, featuring photos, video or a mix of both which disappears after 24 hours. With 250 million daily users, it has rapidly become the go-to source...