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Whether you own a non-profit company yourself, or your for-profit firm chooses to donate a portion of its proceeds to charity, giving back to the community is a great thing. Chances are you have tons of great ideas for what
When brand marketers, SMB owners, web onlookers, blog writers for hire and other online aficionados look back at 2013, what do you think they’ll seek to change for 2014? My hope is that they’d want to reduce or eliminate the
Subheadings, hyperlinks, and bullet points, oh my! These are the tools of the trade for busy blog writers looking to please clients with engaging, easy to digest content. Subheadings seem simple enough, but refining this skill can lend extra polish
No one wins a gold medal or gets their picture on a cereal box for being the first one to publish a blog post. Such a fact does not lessen the pressure to create content at the speed of light.
Buying a new car or a new house isn’t always a practical move. Sometimes, undertaking a restoration project to spruce up your current vehicle or home makes more financial sense and can get these things looking like new again after
Ghost writing has been around for a long time. Big-time professionals often don’t take the time to produce the content—they may come up with the ideas, proofread and present the content, but they are busy and the mundane tasks of
Too long or not too long? That is always the question in the world of blogging. Sometimes a topic is just so engrossing, it can’t be contained in a mere 400 or 500 word post. Then a natural dilemma arises.
If you were to boil every blogging tip out there into two easy steps, they would be “write about your life” and “write regularly.” The first part doesn’t even have to be anything especially personal like your daily activities and hopes
Coaches and athletes quickly learn one universal rule applies to every team in every sport. You need to call and execute the right plays to get a victory. Going for a layup when you trail by three points and have
The internet is a hub of information and viral traffic, so how do you keep up with the constant demand for content and simultaneously speak to your specific target audience of potential customers? Producing Relevant Blog Content Consumers are demanding
It’s easy for someone who doesn’t write for a living to assume it’s a piece of cake. Truthfully, it’s not. Content development is a skill. Many blog writers can tell you horror stories about recurring topics that keep them up