In this final part of the series, I will focus on the topic that is probably of most interest to start-up practices and indeed to more established firms too:
If you are the sort of accountant who has no interest in social media then please don’t bother reading this article, explains M
Tweetdeck UK has been dissolved after directors failed to file accounts with Companies House (CH) for eight months.
In this fifth part of his Linkedin series for start-ups Mark Lee explains how you can use the groups facility for lead generation.
Accountants using social media to keep in touch with clients, attract prospects to their websites, or simply to maintain presence need to be aware of the legal con
HMRC has ramped up its social media activity in recent months, with Twitter Q&As, webinars and YouTube videos on a range of topics.
In this fourth part of his Linkedin series for start-ups Mark Lee talks about endorsements and recommendations
More than half of accountancy firms have gained a return on investment (ROI) in their websites, while many more - around 83% - are engaging in social media, accord