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Happy New Year from Found and Seek

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Happy New Year from Found and Seek

We really are rather bad at keeping our regular blog posts updated - I guess that's the downside of being very busy. However, its a new year and our resolution is to be more disciplined with our blog. So....a quick update...Christmas was very busy, we have sold lots of blacksmithing course vouchers and are looking forward to seeing people when they book on later in the year. Our online sales are on the up, which is good. Thank you to all our customers and supporters - both those we see in the shop and online. We couldn't do this with...

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Getting to grips with Search Engine Optimization as a techno challenged creative

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Getting to grips with Search Engine Optimization as a techno challenged creative

This month I am trying to get to grips with search engine optimisation, no easy feat for someone who thinks an algorithm is some kind of dance based fitness regime....possibly involving algae.....I'm a creative type not a computer geek so this is quite a challenge.

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Finding my inner creative.

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Finding my inner creative.

As a child I was always making, drawing and painting. ‘She’ll be an artist that one’ relatives used to say to my mum. I loved nothing better than sitting down for hours with a big pad of paper and some pencils. I was easy to buy for at Christmas and birthdays – anything to do with being creative, whether that was yet another set of watercolours or a make your own jewellery kit, was met with huge enthusiasm by my young self. In my teens I hung out with the art students in town. They were the tribe I felt...

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