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A website without a blog is like a body without a soul – Power Your Words

A website without a blog is like a body without a soul – Power Your Words | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
An updated blog marks the pinnacle of engagement for your website.
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Writing for businesses

Writing for businesses | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
Our world is full of words. You drive to work and see words on a billboard. You enter the office and start the day by reading and responding emails. You go on your Facebook or Twitter to post an...
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BusinessDictionary.com - Online Business Dictionary

BusinessDictionary.com. Easy-to-use free business glossary with over 20,000 terms. Concise, clear, and comprehensive.
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Business writing tips to get results - The Globe and Mail

Business writing tips to get results - The Globe and Mail | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
Business writing tips to get results The Globe and Mail When it comes to writing effectively for business, this is the most important concept.
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10 Tips For Better Business Writing

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see photosiStockClick for full photo gallery: 10 Tips For Better Business Writing The ubiquity of e-mail means that everyone in business, from lords of finance to programmers who dream in code, needs to write intelligently.
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How to Grow Your Freelance Writing Business While Working for Someone Else

How to Grow Your Freelance Writing Business While Working for Someone Else | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
In most instances, you don't want to just up and quit your day job and hope for the best with your freelance writing business.
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The #Copywriting Daily

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The #Copywriting Daily, by Jason Sullock: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (The #Copywriting Daily is out!
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Get the best SEO Copywriting with High Quality Writing

SEO Copywriter Review of a great site to get content for a great price. See http://www.highqualitywriting.com for details on best practice seo writing and se...
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Writing Content: 21 Tips for Getting it Right

Writing Content: 21 Tips for Getting it Right | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
I’ve been asked to give a brief lesson on how to write content for the web. While it’s writing we’re going to cover, to apply the lesson I want you to think of yourself as an artist. You’re going to paint a picture—illustrate a point (or several).

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It has to be meaningful…

It has to be meaningful… | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
What’s the use of writing a brilliant copy without keeping the audience in mind? It’s useless writing poetically to finance professionals, and it’s equally futile to write in technical terms to a...
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5 Tricks to Better Email Subject Lines for Gaming Affiliates

5 Tricks to Better Email Subject Lines for Gaming Affiliates | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
The top five tricks to creating subject lines for your email newsletter campaigns.
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My site’s 7 best SEO web copywriting takeaways | Freelance Copywriter Sheffield UK

My site’s 7 best SEO web copywriting takeaways | Freelance Copywriter Sheffield UK | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
I built my website around a simple post-Panda SEO strategy, and it's working. So here are 7 of its proven SEO features, which you might like to consider for your own.
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How to Write for Writer’s Digest | WritersDigest.com

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Here are four ways to land your work in Writer’s Digest—even if you've never written for magazines before.
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5 Ways to Get More Blog Traffic from Pinterest

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Do you ever wonder what everyone else is doing to get tons of traffic from Pinterest? Are you one of the many who just don’t see what the buzz is all about?
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Writing Your Business Blog | Social Media Today

Writing Your Business Blog | Social Media Today | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
As more businesses continue to enter the blogosphere, they run the risk of publishing clichéd, outdated articles in the hopes of attracting a wider audience.
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» 12 Content Forms for Your Blog; When You Don’t Have Time to Write a Novel

» 12 Content Forms for Your Blog; When You Don’t Have Time to Write a Novel | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
A breakdown of 12 different types of content to keep your blog fresh and interesting.

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Fabrizio Faraco's curator insight, September 10, 2013 2:33 AM

Some people think all blog posts need to be extensive and take a long time to write. I'm here to tell you that isn't the case. Short posts are great too, and can provide as much value. Also, there are many different types of posts that might be easier and faster to write, or might even require no writing at all

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How Online Reviews and Social Media Took My Travel Business From Blah to Boom - Successful Blogging

How Online Reviews and Social Media Took My Travel Business From Blah to Boom - Successful Blogging | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it
I love a story where a small business goes head to head with bigger businesses and wins, don’t you? So I got pretty excited when I heard tour operator Sean Blocksidge talk at the recent Social Media Tourism Symposium.

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Writing to Persuade | Business 2 Community

Writing to Persuade | Business 2 Community | Corporate Writing | Scoop.it

Whether it’s a business proposal or a persuasive paper, writing to persuade can be a difficult undertaking. However, it is possible with a little bit of training and a whole lot of understanding about what it takes to truly “sell” a message – or yourself. Here are some easy ways to encourage readers to see things your way:

Be honest. When you are writing with a specific goal in mind, it’s important to make sure that you are presenting your facts both accurately and logically. Honesty is the best policy in sales or persuasive writing, so don’t deviate from the truth. Make it your policy to double-check your content – and when possible, to cite exactly where you found it.

Be engaging. The opening line of a novel tends to garner a lot of attention; specifically, readers believe that it sets the tone for the entire piece. (Take a look at the 100 best opening lines here.) In your business writing – whether you’re working on an opening paragraph or an executive summary – remember that first impressions are equally important. Be clear and concise so you can hook a reader’s attention and hold it through the end.

Be focused. Chances are that your readers will not be interested in your background in whaling, or your uncanny ability to snowboard blindfolded. Although you may want to share certain information in a pitch, proposal, or presentation, make sure that it is relevant to the topic at hand, and that it is clearly highlights specific benefits for your readers. Whenever possible, include information and statistics that helps them to see just how much their business can benefit from your idea.

Proofread. Every sentence is important when you are writing to convince. Don’t allow a few silly grammatical and spelling errors to cloud the reader’s ability to focus on your topic. According to a recent study from Grammarly:

Professionals with fewer grammar errors in their Linkedin profiles achieve higher positions. Those who failed to progress to a director-level position within the first 10 years of their careers made 2.5 times as many grammar mistakes as their director-level colleagues.Fewer grammar errors correlate with more promotions. Professionals with one to four promotions over their 10-year careers made 45 percent more grammar errors than those with six to nine promotions in the same time frame.

Good grammar is good business, and your ability to write may indicate to potential employers and employers, alike, your level of attention to detail, your critical thinking skills, and your intellectual aptitude.

 


Read more at http://www.business2community.com/content-marketing/writing-to-persuade-0489800#2DdCj4vewfIVTiWb.99


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