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Annaelisa Huhtala

Annaelisa Huhtala
Annaelisa is a digital marketing specialist with an active interest in blogging, creative writing and content creation for social media. Bold, but practical, she values analytical thinking and planning in order to reach the results. In her free time, she dabbles in writing historical fiction.

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Website Renewal: what to consider

Posted by Annaelisa Huhtala on 02/03/17 08:58

When you want to find out something, what’s usually the first place you go to look for it?

Nine times out of ten, the answer is search engines – and through them, we can access the relevant websites that produce services, products or relevant information. On the go with a mobile device, when traveling or during a coffee break with a tablet device, or at work or at home on a PC, most people visit several different websites on a daily basis.

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Topics: Website renewal, Visual design, SEO, Content marketing

3 foundations: how to get started with content marketing

Posted by Annaelisa Huhtala on 02/02/17 09:03

Content marketing is the biggest trend in digital marketing at the moment – and for good reason. Combined with marketing automation systems, it allows for attracting better quality leads, achieving better conversion, and smoother processes that focus around customer satisfaction.

At least, it should.

But how do you get started with content marketing and get your lead-generating machine up and running and fine-tuned?

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Topics: Content marketing, Social media channels, Getting started with content marketing, Creating content

5 reasons why mistakes shouldn’t stop you from speaking English

Posted by Annaelisa Huhtala on 29/11/16 08:53

It’s a rare business that doesn’t require any understanding of languages, and for most businesses, English has become their go-to option for international business communication. However, no one wants to fumble over words or make mistakes.

What if I leave a bad impression? What if I say something wrong? What if I use the wrong term by mistake? What if I forget the specific word at the worst possible moment?

Thoughts like these are common, especially among those of us who have been taught English with a heavy focus on grammar and little emphasis on actual talking.

However, here are five reasons why these mistakes shouldn’t stop you from speaking English:

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Topics: Language skills, Language training, Learning English, Business English

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