Diane Hall

Diane Hall is the editor of, and main contributor to, ITK Magazine. She heads up the rest of the team and makes all the editorial decisions concerning article submissions. She's been an editor for more than two decades and also runs a small, independent book publishing company, The Writing Hall (TWH Publishing) outside of ITK.

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Branson in space should he do more for his fellow humans on Earth


In the last couple of weeks, Branson has been one of a handful of billionaires to exit the Earth’s atmosphere.

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The impact of the pingdemic on small businesses


With just one ping, the affected employee (whether suffering symptoms or not) must be holed up at home whilst their employer struggles to cover their workload.

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People buy a hole in their wall not a drill


I used to do copywriting for small businesses a long time ago, when websites were still new-fangled inventions (I’m old, I know). I soon stopped offering this service...

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What guest posting could do for your business


Blogging may seem like it’s had its heyday, but given how populated the internet is in 2021, and how long-form content is becoming the darling of search engines with every update.

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Why women feel colder in shared workspaces


There’s always been a debate around the ‘glass ceiling’ in companies, and whether woman can push past the men in suits to govern firms or sit on their boards. Certainly, before the pandemic.

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Should we be worried about what the internet knows about us


We all know that our devices are constantly listening to us, and that cookies built into websites track our cursor’s every move. It’s how marketing unfolds in 2021