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Alice, Ute and Jean

We are Alice Elliott, Ute Wieczorek-King and Jean Wolfe, and we welcome you to AttractReaders™!

We have come together because blogging is a powerful part of our own businesses.

We have achieved a level of visibility that has created success, whether gaining new business, winning a prestigious award, developing a successful radio career or having content published by major online publications.

But even more, we know from personal experience how blogging and social media can seem daunting. Writing a popular post can seem like an impossible dream. We want to share what we have taken years and years to learn so that you can get there more quickly.

Attract Readers™ offers you a varied selection of blogging e-courses, specially designed to get your blog to attract more readers. And that is not all! ​We can also provide many levels of support depending upon your needs. Where else can you get three blogging experts' minds at one time to help your blog to succeed?

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The three of you got what I was trying to do, and I had never had that with anyone before. The vagueness and lack of direction have gone, and I have a new sense of stability.

Catherine W 
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Use your voice to get heard – and help someone else too 

"Be a lady they said. Don’t talk too loud. Don’t talk too much. Don’t be intimidating. Why are you so miserable? Don’t be a bitch. Don’t be so bossy. Don’t be assertive. Don’t be so emotional. Don’t cry. Don’t yell. Don’t swear.” This is an excerpt from the Girls Girls Girls* video that went viral recently. A rather disturbing video in which Cynthia [...]

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Writing letters with the personal touch

Post from Jean Wolfe   Writing letters to friends or loved ones is going out of fashion.  Letter writing used to be much more common than it is now. This was sharply brought home to me when I was in Sri Lanka recently.  I was amazed at the number of daily postal collections identified on this post box at the centre of the tea plantations in the heyday of C [...]

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How’s equal opportunity going?

A guest post by Karen Purves In the mid 1980s, I was recruited as a junior manager in a large UK based corporate. I didn’t know at the time that I was part of their program to increase the numbers of female managers. When you are part of a change programme, it is sometimes hard to see the wood for the trees. This male oriented corporate was committed to increasing the perc [...]

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Insight or Hindsight – Which do you choose?

Guest post by Shirley Anstis. As we are in the year 2020, I am reminded of the concept that 20/20 represents perfect vision. I feel that this is a time to connect to our inner knowing. A time for appreciating and making use of our insight rather than waiting to have hindsight. I come across so many women who know that if they continue as they are, burnout lies ahead, yet [...]

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