Meet Louise, previously a teacher but now one of our awesome Digital Mums. Hear about how she found #WorkthatWorks by completing our Social Media Management Course.Mums Stories
Read about 12 of our amazing mums and how their confidence skyrocketed after completing our training.Mums Stories
We hear from three amazing Digital Mums' about the success of the Movements they ran as part of their training on our Social Media Management Course.Mums Stories
A look at our F Word campaign, why we're doing it and who's on board. We're working together to stop flexibility being a dirty word.#WorkThatWorks
Find out about the next stage in our #WorkThatWorks Movement and sign our petition to change the definition of flexible working and impact the way we work forever.#WorkThatWorks
We're potentially creating a course specifically for mums with full-time jobs. If you’re a mum working full-time and would be interested in this course, let us know!DMHQ
Meet six of our recent graduates who all have a background in journalism and are now combining social media and writing for the perfect portfolio career.
With half-term in full swing and summer holidays fast-approaching, if you’re in a spin about what to do with childcare arrangements for six weeks and have called on the grandparents one too many times, two of our fabulous Programme Partners, Studentnannies.com and Sitster, might just have a non-bank breaking answer.#WorkThatWorks
Let's celebrate flexible working!
We've put together a series of Q&A style webinars specially for mums from certain professional backgrounds to give them the opportunity to hear from a grad with the same background who has done our training and is now putting it to use in the working world.
Meet Vicki Psarias, aka the awesome Honest Mum. She joins our Inspirational Women series and shares her top vlogging and blogging tips.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our very first pilot for a new training course involving mums with their own businesses to take part in our training.DMHQ
As part of our Inspirational Women Series, it’s the Mother of all guest blogs from the founder of Mother of all Lists, the awesome creative strategist Clemmie Telford.
We're hiring for a new role at Digital Mums! We are looking for a friendly, enthusiastic Office Manager & PA to join our growing team. Help us achieve our vision of empowering all mums and businesses with #WorkThatWorks.
We're hiring for a new role at Digital Mums! We're looking for an ambitious and talented individual with experience in comms or marketing to join our innovative, award-winning team. Help us achieve our vision of empowering all mums and businesses with #WorkThatWorks.DMHQ
Follow our top tips on how to combine the heady combination of working or studying with the holidays. It can be done!
Kicking off our Inspirational Women series of guest blogs is the amazing Michelle Kennedy, founder of the parenting app Peanut. Here she tells Digital Mums about her Mum Tribe; the women in her life she simply couldn’t do without.
From super-fast broadband to a constant flow of coffee, here's TBSeen founder Kate's home office must-haves.
Check out all the detail on our new Course - hustle your way to #WorkThatWorks today!DMHQ
We’ve always known our training rocks, but we now have external validation that it does! Read more about our new accreditation.DMHQ
Enter our Christmas Competition to win a place on our Social Media Management Course - make 2017 your #WorkThatWorks year.Mums Stories
Digital Mum Nicole Andrews talks about her past as a journalist, completing our Social Media Management Course, future-proofing her career and getting control back of her life.Mums Stories
Find out more about the amazing #DMCollective and why your virtual office buddies are such a key part of the Digital Mums journey.Mums Stories
Meet some of the fabulous women who are living the #WorkThatWorks dream. We speak to 10 Digital Mums about life since graduation.Mums Stories
We've rebranded! Find out exactly what we've changed and why from our Head of Growth Richard.DMHQ
The Digital Mums Best Social Media Campaign Award
It's time to vote on your favourite social media campaign as part of a brand new Digital Mums Award in association with Women in Marketing.Social Media
We take a look at just a few of the businesses that have joined Team #WorkThatWorks and are making flexible working a reality for more of us today.#WorkThatWorks
Siobhan Freegard is the Founder of both Netmums and Channel Mum We talked to her about why she is joining The #WorkThatWorks Movement and is proud to be one of our Ambassadors.#WorkThatWorks
We launched our #WorkThatWorks report to look at the state of flexible working for mums in the UK - the results are shocking.#WorkThatWorks
We caught up with the amazing Holly Tucker MBE, our second #WorkThatWorks Ambassador, on all things #WorkThatWorks.#WorkThatWorks
With the launch of The #WorkThatWorks Movement this week, it's time to meet our very first #WorkThatWorks Ambassador, none other than the amazing Anna Whitehouse, aka Mother Pukka.#WorkThatWorks
This is our manifesto for #WorkThatWorks - our blueprint for how businesses could and should make flexible working work for them.#WorkThatWorks
We have a big vision here at Digital Mums and that’s to support every mum to achieve their perfect work/life balance. We're launching our #WorkThatWorks Movement to do just that.#WorkThatWorks
We hear from Digital Mums graduate Becca Jackson about her experiences finishing our Associate Programme.Mums Stories
In the latest in our Digital Mums What Happened Next series, we meet Clare McDonald, 40, mum to Hannah, 11 and James eight from South West London.Mums Stories
Digital Mums alumni Victoria Harper writes about her experience finishing up our Social Media Marketing: Associate Programme.Mums Stories
We spoke to graduates of our Social Media Managament Course about their experiences finding work after finishing the Course.Mums Stories
Our Social Media Manager Cat waxes lyrical about Instagram's latest feature Stories, a direct jab at Snapchat.Social Media
On this week's team blog we hear from one of our brilliant co-founders. Kathryn Tyler talks about growing up in the Welsh Valleys, life with Mr Coop and her top #DoTheHustle tips.DMHQ
Our Head of Growth Richard explains why we're getting rid of one of our Twitter accounts.Social Media
In this week's team blog we meet Sam Steel, 44, a key member of our admin team. Sam shares her story of a career broken to a new flexible life, and her love of #workthatworks and kitchen table working Digital Mums style.DMHQ
We get very excited here at Digital Mums when we start talking about the Test, Measure, Reflect and Refine model. After all with digital marketing, analysing what you are doing and establishing what is working is absolutely crucial.Social Media
In the latest in our Graduate 'What Happened Next' series meet Kate Perrins, 40, from North West London, an events manager at Mumsnet. Here she shares her work life story since graduating as a Digital Mum last year.Mums Stories
Curating and creating content is a huge area and something that we dedicate a significant amount of time to on our courses. What we aim to do in this blog is give you some key pointers about the strategy around content plus some tools to make your content a cut above.Social Media
Our latest team blog is from the brilliant Penny Othen, 40, senior course tutor and marketing guru here at Digital Mums. She talks to us about her flexible working life and plans to become a champion hula hooper...
When Lucy James realised that her full time job just wasn’t compatible with her new role as a mother she knew she needed a plan B. Lucy talks to Digital Mums about retraining as a social media manager and her new #workthatworks life.Mums Stories
Now we’re in Week 8 it’s time to make your life easier again and share with you how to optimise your social media channels to get even better results.Social Media
Victoria Kearney was one of our very first Digital Mums and here she tells us her story so far.Mums Stories
Are you making friends with the right people on Twitter…and are you building great relationships on LinkedIn with your industry’s thought leaders? If not, then you need to start. Today.Social Media
This week we hear from Anita Naik, who is one of the Captains of our Mothership. She talks about her life in North London, a glamorous career as an author and an agony aunt, and some interesting celeb moments.DMHQ
Anyone running their own business will know there are never enough hours in the day to get everything done. So how on earth do you factor in the time needed to have an effective and engaging presence on social media?Social Media
These two ladies bring a whole new meaning to the term 'Keeping It Real' so of course we had to interview them for our series of kick ass mums. Helen Thorn, 37, and Ellie Gibson, 38, are comedians, bloggers and hosts of the UK's number one parenting podcast.
In a recent graduate survey 95 percent of our Digital Mums said they are currently working AND they attribute it to doing our course. We spoke to 12 of these graduates about what they're up to now.Mums Stories
How do you make sure your Facebook, Instagram or Twitter accounts look as professional and engaging as you and your business?Social Media
We LOVE metrics here at Digital Mums HQ. And while the language can seem intimidating - engagement rates, social media referrals and organic impressions to mention a few - they are actually one of the best things about social media.Social Media
It's the third week of our team blog series and this week we hear from one of our fantastic course tutors, Clare Mellor.DMHQ
Here at Digital Mums, we teach our students to break down their strategy into three separate strands: overall social media strategy, the day-to-day running of platforms and, crucially, any time-limited campaigns they want to run.Social Media
We're continuing our series of team blogs and this time we hear from the fabulous Tasneem, our Social Impact Officer.DMHQ
When Rachel Tajbhai, 30, from Nottingham, fell pregnant she knew she wanted to leave the 9 to 5 world behind but she had no idea how to accomplish that.Mums Stories
With so many social networks out there, how do you even begin to decide which ones are best for your business? Are Facebook and Instagram the right ones to reach your customers? Or is LinkedIn a better fit for you and your objective? Not only that, how MANY should you be on? Choice is great… but when it comes to social media it can be pretty overwhelming. So that's why we want to give you the low down on all the key platforms.Social Media
Welcome to the first in our series of blogs where we introduce you to one of the brilliant team members here at Digital Mums HQ. First in the chair is the awesome Roanna Capes, our fantastic project manager extraordinaire...DMHQ
While we know it’s tempting to dive in and get your business out there on social media, unless you know EXACTLY what you want to achieve you’re unlikely to see any value. Yeah we get it, you want sales. Everybody does. But that doesn't happen overnight. Until you understand what your objective should be - be it building brand awareness, increasing engagement with your existing audience or driving traffic to your website - all your tweets and beautifully crafted Instagram photos will drive little or no return.Social Media
Here are 10 blogs from some of our students outlining their experiences of training with us. There are highs, there are lows and a whole lot of learning.Mums Stories
Social media is a part of all of our lives, but business still don't get it. That's why we launched #SocialDoneRight to show businesses just how they can use social media to help them succeed.Social Media
Our co-founder Nikki wonders why Flexible Working Awareness Day is not getting the love it deserves after being created only a year ago.DMHQ
With elections in the UK this week we thought it was a great time to interview Jess Phillips about how she maintains the balance between being an MP and a mum.
We're taking on investment! We explain why, from who and our plans for the future.
Jenni Page talks about how she retrained in social media with us to help future proof her career as a PR.Mums Stories
Digital Mums alumni Sarah Bennett talks about how she's found flexible part-time work since completing the Digital Mums training.Mums Stories
A look at the project-based learning model we use at Digital Mums to ensure our learning programmes get students ready for work.Learning
Digital Mums alumni Kate Peers talks about her journey from stay at home mum to running her own business in social media management.Mums Stories
We spoke to the amazing Nicky Bullard who gave us an incredibly frank account of what happens when the worlds of advertising and parenthood meet.
In the latest in our Mums Keeping It Real series we caught up with television presenter Kate Thornton.
To celebrate a significan milestone in our journey, we spoke to our 300th Digital Mum, Rosie Fletcher, 37 from Leicestershire.Mums Stories
We wanted to mark International Women's Day 'Mums Keeping It Real' style. So who better to interview than Sophie Walker, 44, the leader of the Women’s Equality Party.
We spoke to Cessally Collison, graduate of our DM Social Media Management Course, about finding paid work, and her journey from virgin tweeter to social media ninja in five rollercoaster months.*Mums Stories
Our co-founder Kathryn rounds-up her favourite moments from our #RealMumMoments campaign so far.DMHQ
We spoke to two of our team members Kathryn Dyer and Nina Gordon before they head off on maternity leave.DMHQ
Our co-founder Kathryn explains what the DM Social Media Management Course involves, who is it for and how you can sign up to it.DMHQ
In the first of a new series here at Digital Mums we are bringing you interviews from some of our favourite mums, starting with The Unmumsy Mum.#WorkThatWorks
We're seeing several exciting social media trends unfold in 2016 – here's a look at five of the most important ones we've identified.Social Media
We spoke to Meriel, co-founder of Claudi & Fin, about what working with a Digital Mums trainee was like for her.Business Stories
We spoke to Camilla from The Soap Co. about her experience working with Digital Mum Ruth.Business Stories
We spoke to Taryn Rule, founder of Umundu the UK distributor of Africology, about her experience working with Digital Mum, Jill.Business Stories
We spoke to Jayne Furniss, co-owner of design agency Furniss & May, about her experience working with Digital Mum Claire.Business Stories
10 blogs from Digital Mums students that give a direct insight into what our training Programmes are like.Mums Stories
Our Head of Growth Richard celebrates Digital Mums' second birthday and looks back on the last two years.DMHQ
Ania Wilk-Lawton, mum and founder of Photography for Parents, spoke to us about the company, her core belief in having a flexible approach to business and her experience working with Digital Mums.Business Stories
Digital Mums co-founder Kathryn Tyler talks about why she and Nikki set up Digital Mums.DMHQ
Digital Mums student Jay Curtis explains why the lack of mums in business is a serious problem for the UK.
Vivien de Tusch-lec, mum of two and founder of mobile app Bubele, talks about why she employs many mums and the part that has played in her success.Business Stories
Gill Munro worked as a social media manager with Cafe from Crisis, a cafe helping to support the homeless, and produced some amazing results.Business Stories
Our Head of Growth Richard explains the practical steps we've taken to create a flexible working culture for their employees.DMHQ
We interviewed Jo Middleton, aka the Slummy Single Mummy blogger, about her work / life as one of Britain’s most successful bloggers.#WorkThatWorks
Digital Mums case study: How Elvira increased Twitter reach and identified 200 new leads for her client All By Mama.Business Stories
Digital Mums graduate Gill Munro gives eight tips on how to manage a freelance career.Mums Stories
Our Head of Growth Richard explains why being on social media can actually be one of the best uses of your time when you're starting a business.
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