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Finding material can be a challenge, after all, there is so much out there. Robin Good shares some of his go to content discovery tools here.
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The first installment of Headlines That Work explains how a headline about geeks and nerds works by being irresistible to its target audience.
Guest blogger Nancy Goodyear Virtual Assistant shares tips for writing articles that will make your audience sit up and take notice of what you have to say.
One of my favorite essays on writing is, "Shitty First Drafts" by Anne Lamott. I read it in college, and it changed the way I write. Years later, it still has a profound effect on me. Lamott's t...
This month's writing prompt is a bit different. Instead of laying out a specific project, I want you to choose one or more ways that you commit to and complete your writing this month. For those of you writing a novel for Nanowrimo, you're set.
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Your precious words. You know they've got to be right to attract the audience you want. You've slaved over them, carefully crafting each phrase. You finally
David Ogilvy, founder of the advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather, gives 10 tips for writing like a mad man. Ogilvy says people who think well, write well.
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Headlines are extremely hard to craft. Here are some best practices for writing better headlines that inspire action.
We all know that SEO is evolving, right? The SEO world is prone to earthquakes, and the ground has been moving a lot lately. One of the latest temblors is a
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You’re sitting there staring at your latest piece on the computer monitor and find yourself asking, “Is this any good?” It’s gut wrenching to have to ask yourself a question like that, isn’t it?...
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Blog post at SylvianeNuccio.com : Interestingly, when I Googled my headline
Average copywriters write average sentences. You, I'm guessing, don't want to be average. You want to be great. You believe you can be remarkable. Tha
Do you or have you ever been guilty of writing crappy content? I have but want to know how I learned to avoid the crappy content syndrome?
As a writer, I'm a thinker by nature. I need to think about what topics to delve into and how to best express them. But sometimes, thinking can get me into trouble. Maybe you can relate. Ofte...
We sometimes talk about web copy and content like they're the same, but they aren't -- they complement each other, but they also serve two distinct purposes
Blog post at Rebekah Radice : One of the greatest challenges for bloggers is content creation. The second greatest challenge is what happens after that content is created[..]
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