Whether writing is part of your everyday routine or you're facing a major, one-time project, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. But remember: even the likes of Twain and Tolstoy had editors. Also, technology is your friend. There's a mountain of apps and online tools that can make ...
A few months ago, we wrote an article that came to the following conclusion: there’s no silver bullet for subject lines. Fortunately, there are general rules and guidelines that email marketing companies like Mailchimp and Litmus have identified that can help you increase your open rates. Phrasing subject lines as questions, including a call to action, referencing location — all of these have been shown to positively impact open rates. We know it can be hard to keep track of all of the dos and d
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Back in 2011, I wrote a a technical site audit checklist, and while it was thorough, there have been a lot of additions to what is encompassed in a site audit. I have gone through and updated that old checklist for 2015.
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