Copyblogger - Posts from September 2015

  • Why You Need a Membership Site

    In this new series on The Mainframe, Tony Clark and Chris Garrett explore membership sites and why they are so beneficial to both you, as a business owner, and your customers. Listen in to find out more. In this episode of The Mainframe: The many benefits of membership sites How membership features improve your customer’s experience Why membership tools will improve ...

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  • How Joe Berkowitz (Journalist and Fast Company Editor) Writes: Part One

    Author and Fast Company Editor Joe Berkowitz stopped by The Writer Files this week. His latest, a humor book titled You Blew It!: An Awkward Look at the Many Ways in Which You’ve Already Ruined Your Life, lands this October. He took a break from his busy schedule to rap with host Kelton Reid about how he survives the harried life of a big city journalist.

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  • How Andy Weir (Bestselling Author of ‘The Martian’) Writes: Part One

    The New York Times bestselling author of The Martian dropped by The Writer Files to chat with host Kelton Reid about his writing process and the upcoming movie adaptation of his hit book, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon (release date October 2, 2015). The author’s journey to #1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list began as a humble series of blog posts th ...

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  • The Key Types of Membership Sites for Building Your Digital Business

    In the second part of this new series on The Mainframe, hosts Tony Clark and Chris Garrett explore the types of membership sites you can create for your digital business. Listen in to learn … In this episode of The Mainframe, you’ll learn: How memberships are everywhere if you know how to spot them Which membership features to start with, and which you might add later ...

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  • How to Get Your Metrics Really Working

    In the final part of this series on The Mainframe, hosts Tony Clark and Chris Garrett discuss how to use your tools to apply metrics processes that provide you with the information you need to take action. And please note: Chris had a bit of audio trouble in this episode. Normal service will resume next week! In this episode of The Mainframe: Why one free tool could fulf ...

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  • Michael Port on the Power of Presentation

    You may know Michael Port as the author of the small business classic Book Yourself Solid. But did you know that he was once a professional actor, with roles on Third Watch, Law and Order, and Sex and the City? Given his unique mix of business savvy and acting skills, it makes sense that Michael is committed to creating heroic public speakers.

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  • 3 Resources to Help You Become a Professional Content Marketer

    Professional content marketers think like students. They study all of the content they consume with a critical eye, looking for ways to learn from smart techniques that others use. But how do you know what works right now in content marketing and what doesn’t? This week’s Copyblogger Collection is a series of three handpicked articles that will show you: How to become a ...

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  • How to Advertise on LinkedIn Without Breaking the Bank

    If you thought LinkedIn paid advertising was out of your league, think again. The Missing Link team did it again. Sean Dolan, today’s amazing guest from PushFire, provides an information-packed show you’ll want to listen to again and again. You’ll learn more about the different types of paid advertising available on LinkedIn, what’s available to any small business owner, an ...

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  • How to Maintain Well-Being While Building Your Business

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a creative and somewhat reluctant entrepreneur. She is the founder of The Sherman Project and Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, she studied under healers and scholars from all around the world and has completed her PhD at the University of Minnesota, with a research focus in healing therapies for well-being promotion.

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  • The Perfect Anatomy of a Modern Web Writer [Infographic]

    High school was an era of my life I never really want to repeat. Not because it was a nightmare. Yes, there was a little turbulence, but mostly bewilderment and embarrassment. Why do I have to read The Old Man and the Sea while my gym teacher sleeps behind a newspaper? Why do I have to stand in the cold with other lackluster teenagers waiting for a bell to ring? And wh ...

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  • How Telling Great Stories Helped This Author Sell More Than 350,000 Books

    With more than 350,000 copies of her self-published book Go for No sold, and more than 793 reviews on Amazon, Andrea Waltz has built a publishing empire that would make most aspiring authorpreneurs jealous. This successful business parable draws an audience of targeted customers to her audio training programs and assists her in gaining valuable speaking engagements.

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  • How Andy Weir (Bestselling Author of ‘The Martian’) Writes: Part Two

    The New York Times bestselling author of The Martian dropped by The Writer Files to chat with host Kelton Reid about his writing process and the upcoming movie adaptation of his hit book, directed by Ridley Scott and starring Matt Damon (release date October 2, 2015). The author’s journey to #1 on the New York Times Best Sellers list began as a humble series of blog posts th ...

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  • How to Automate Multiple Businesses Around Multiple Books Within Multiple Niches

    Being successful in business is all about understanding one simple rule: find an audience of people who have problems, then work hard to offer them real solutions. With more than 17 books in multiple niches, Honorée Corder has created a multiple-niche business structure that not only allows her to sell a ton of books but also enables her to use those books to venture into co ...

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  • How to Design a Book Cover That Sells

    If your book cover stinks, your book is not going to sell … period. We live in a world where first impressions mean everything when it comes to quick browsing/shopping. You’ve got something like a millisecond to get someone interested in your book through your cover. Are you 100 percent sure your cover is right for your genre? Are you 100 percent sure your cover is using th ...

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  • The Art of Branding

    Your brand isn’t what you say it is … it’s what your customers and clients say it is. That doesn’t mean you can’t influence the space you occupy in the minds of your intended audience, as long as you understand the role you’re playing. Beyond your logo, and your site design, and your copy, your brand is how the right people perceive the value and assistance you provide for t ...

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  • Essential Audio Tips from the Official Audio Engineer of Rainmaker.FM

    Toby Lyles of TwentyFour Sound is the audio wizard behind the curtain here at Rainmaker.FM. With Jonny Nastor out this week, Jerod Morris takes over The Showrunner and invites Toby to share some insights on how you can improve the quality of the audio you are delivering to your audience. This week’s episode begins with Jerod sharing a quick story of an exciting convergence o ...

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  • Revisiting Authenticity: What It Is, What It’s Not, and Why It Matters

    Creating a remarkable experience for an audience starts with authenticity, which should never be confused with transparency. In this week’s episode of The Lede, Jerod Morris and Demian Farnworth (Hey! They’re back together again!) tackle the topic of authenticity to give you a better understanding of how to create an authentic connection with your audience, no matter what ty ...

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  • 5 Reasons Why EVERY Online Entrepreneur Should Go Back to Basics

    The New Business Podcast has now officially become Youpreneur.FM. This first Youpreneur.FM episode kicks off with host Chris Ducker discussing the importance of why entrepreneurs need to go back to basics when it comes to building their businesses. Chris changed the name of the show to coincide with the launch of the Youpreneur Community, which launched very recently to a f ...

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  • The Transformative Effect of a Well-Built Brand Statement

    I spent this past weekend among a group of smart writers at Jeff Goins’s first Tribe Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Jeff asked me to speak about content marketing (one of my favorite topics). But I was an attendee as well. Jeff populated the conference with lots of excellent speakers, some of whom I’d never heard speak before.

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  • Paid in Full: How to Charge More and Collect On Time

    Let’s face it — client work can be demanding and even frustrating. But the level of suck goes up exponentially when you aren’t getting paid enough … or at all. Today on Unemployable with Brian Clark, Brian chats with Brennan Dunn about how to get paid faster, get paid more reliably, and never need to worry about whether or not that invoice you sent out will arrive before the rent is due.

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  • How to Create Legendary Content that Builds Your Business

    “Storytelling” and “empathy” have become business buzzwords, which is either hilarious or sad depending on your perspective. These two words, however, are at the root of what it means to be a human being. And yes, these two words are also the key to effective marketing of any kind. When you add in a strongly integrated mix of content and the right products and services, you’ ...

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  • Unleash the Power of Frameworks, Methodologies, and Processes in Your Business

    Frameworks, methodologies, and processes are abstract constructs that leave a lot of confusion about their purposes, how they’re different, and where and when they are used. Despite sounding like “language lard,” understanding these three ideas can unleash the power in your business. When Technology Translated host Scott Ellis was working in corporate consulting, all three o ...

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  • How Not to Be a Sleaze (or a Martyr) in Your Business

    Don’t take shortcuts; they take too long. I first wrote that advice in a post about site quality as an SEO strategy for content marketers. It sprang back to mind when we lost the incomparable Yogi Berra last week. Don’t worry, I’m not going to do Yet Another Blog Post with Yogi Quotes (this is a good collection, if you’re looking for one).

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  • Why a Hot Seat Is Shockingly Good for Business

    Back in 2004, the heat was on for me and my little marketing and design studio. In those days, I was a single mom with a 10-year-old and a 12-year-old, and I desperately needed my business to produce. And by that, I mean produce profit. I needed money, honey — to support my family, run my household, and build my business. I knew it was time to ramp up my efforts.

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  • How Local Businesses Can Use Content to Build Buzz about Their Brands

    If you are a small business working in a specific geographical location, can you still benefit from hitting publish and creating content to market your business? The answer is yes, and Hit Publish host Amy Harrison has some specific ways to help you build your local profile through content. This week’s show is inspired by a Dear Amy letter from a Hit Publish listener from th ...

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  • How to Craft and Deliver Captivating Presentations

    You’re great at writing copy, articles, and other long-form content. But do you stare blankly at the computer screen when it comes time to write a speech? Maybe it’s because you are nervous about actually giving the speech live — which produces much more anxiety than clicking “publish” to make a blog post go live.

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  • Your Top-to-Bottom Email Checklist: What to Include Before You Hit Send

    It’s time for you to send an email to your list — but you’re scared silly. Now that you’ve grown your mailing list beyond just your closest friends and family, sending emails to your subscribers has turned into a nail-biting experience. When you’re sending an email, there are a lot of little details to remember — and those details can make or break the success of your email campaign.

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  • How to Onboard New Clients the Smart Way with Paul Jarvis

    If you’re familiar with the term “onboarding,” it’s likely in the context of software as a service (“SaaS”). It’s all the rage in the growth hacker world. The term actually originates from the world of human resources. When large enterprises need to ramp a new employee into the processes, procedures, and culture of the organization, onboarding is critical.

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  • Finally: A Podcast about the Superiority of Written Content

    There seems to be a debate between audio content and written content. And it’s an acrimonious debate. So Pamela “Battle-Ax” Wilson decided to address the issue head on. She did it in an article called “Is Podcasting Replacing Written Content Marketing?” And it’s a contentious little article. Seeing that Ms.

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  • What Happens at the Crossroads of Content and Social Media

    Marketing today, especially online marketing, is all about intersections. So don’t think about doing content or email or multimedia or social — they’re all woven together into one cohesive experience for your customer. This episode of Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer is a riff on a talk host Sonia Simone gave last week at the Inbound conference in Boston.

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  • How to Use Emotional Content to Engage, Inspire, and Persuade

    Do you know which emotions will get your reader’s attention and pull her into your content? If not, how do you pin them down? And then once you’ve identified them, what do you do with them? Targeting your customer’s emotions in your content is a key content marketing technique that you can use to get your reader’s attention, keep her engaged, and encourage her to act.

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  • 10 Ways Specificity Helps You Build a Profitable Audience

    If you’re building a business through content marketing, you’ve probably noticed that the attention span of your audience is shrinking by the second. We’re all on the verge of an attention meltdown. This can be a huge hurdle if you’re trying to effectively engage your audience and get your products or services in front of them.

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  • How Much Does it Cost to Build a Website?

    The goal today on Technology Translated is to arm you with the information you need to get the right answer for your needs and to find the right person to help you. Rebecca Gill is the founder and CEO of Web Savvy Marketing. They’ve been building websites since 2009 and are one of the most respected agencies in the WordPress community.

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  • How to Irritate a Reporter

    Want more media coverage? Here’s how to get it … While reporters, editors, bloggers, etc. welcome good pitches, strong content, and offers to help, they also hate these things. Listen in to PR is Dead, so you don’t get shut out! In this 12-minute episode of PR is Dead, host Doyle Albee discusses: Doing your homework to stay out of trouble The difference between good f ...

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  • Marketing for Writers and Other Creative Souls

    Creativity is a wonderful thing. You get to make something out of nothing, have a fascinating life, and bring brand-new ideas and expressions into the world. But a creative soul can sometimes make one thing tough: marketing yourself and your work. In this session of Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer, host Sonia Simone talks about some ways that creative folks (especiall ...

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  • Finding the Balance Between Pragmatism and Your Ideals

    If you feel like you need to choose between idealism and getting your bills paid, look again. If you’re getting along financially but compromising your own beliefs, you’re going to make yourself sick and miserable. But if you’re leading some kind of “pure” life but suffering a lot of financial stress, that’s not the key to a great life either.

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  • But Facebook Doesn’t Work for … (waily waily)

    There’s a new article every day claiming that this or that tool “doesn’t work” to market your product. Sometimes it’s a fair statement … and sometimes it isn’t. In this ranty little episode of Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer, host Sonia Simone talks about how to use Facebook (or any other tool or platform) in a smarter way and how different communication tools work tog ...

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  • How to Turn Bad News into Happy Customers

    Anyone can share shiny, happy news in their content — but when it’s time to deliver something less positive, you want to think carefully about how you present the message. In this session, Confessions of a Pink-Haired Marketer host Sonia Simone breaks down a well-crafted “negative” message and pulls out the elements that make it work.

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  • Dan Pink on the State of Free Agent Nation in 2015 (And Beyond)

    In 1997, a young man quit his job to become a writer. In January 1998, an article he wrote entitled “Free Agent Nation” appeared in a young magazine called Fast Company, and a career was launched. That article proved viable demand and led to a book deal. The interesting intersection here is that another young man who had quit his job to become a writer was featured in the bo ...

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  • How to Consistently Take Action (and Allow Your Business to Emerge)

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur started building websites for real estate companies at 22. He initially started doing this from his parents toy closet, after he was scammed out of $12,000 from a sham online business. Starting over again with almost nothing, he asked countless questions and passionately learned about his clients’ problems and, as a result, his business grew rapidly.

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  • Copyblogger Media Rebrands as Rainmaker Digital

    The company formerly known as Copyblogger Media turns five years old today. It was September 1, 2010 that the adventure that began with a one-man blog in 2006 went to a whole new level. The scene that sticks out in my mind, however, happened a couple of months before the official start date for the company.

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  • How to Use a Semicolon

    Incorrect semicolon usage perpetuates additional incorrect semicolon usage. Learn the appropriate way to use this punctuation mark and put an end to the cycle. The next punctuation lesson in the editorial standards series on Editor-in-Chief will help clarify misconceptions about an elegant and practical punctuation mark.

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  • Why Twitter’s True Value Has Nothing to Do with Your Followers

    As an Editor-in-Chief, it’s your job to determine the best ways for you to use social media. Do you use Twitter in a way that feels natural to you, or do you just follow the social media post formats that other people in your industry use? The answers to those questions don’t particularly matter as long as your social media use helps you meet your goals.

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  • The Counterintuitive Truth About Working Hard

    You can stay on top of your content production schedule without getting burned out. Listen to this week’s episode of Editor-in-Chief to get digital publishing tips that help you manage your workload. You’ll discover why taking a break is part of hard work. What type of breakthrough will you have when you take a break? In this 15-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stef ...

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  • This Tiny Editorial Habit Can Make a Big Difference in Your Content

    Here’s a quick tip that helps you build trust with your audience. Discover how to produce clean, professional writing in a way that also maximizes your chances of creating unique content. In this 14-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman discusses: A simple, but often ignored, editorial standard When Stefanie broke this editorial standard during an ep ...

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  • From a Hidden Niche, an Empire Is Born

    Back in the day, Michaela Clark had quite a glamorous career. She worked in radio station promotions, and her job involved international travel and mingling with celebrities. Every day was different. Then she became a mom. When her second child was diagnosed with autism, she knew she needed to make a drastic change, and she left her promotions job.

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  • The Evolution of SEO: Adapt or Die

    This episode of Search & Deploy discusses the differences between SEO consulting for clients and offering a business solution for the SEO industry. Today’s guest is Melissa Fach, who reinvented herself in the SEO world after years of consulting and training. She now offers community management for companies that provide SEO tools, data, or conferences.

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  • The Ultimate Faceoff: Facebook vs. LinkedIn

    Sean Jackson and Jon Loomer go head-to-head in an epic battle between Facebook and LinkedIn. Who wins? You decide … Ladies and Gentlemen, in one corner, we have Jon Loomer with Facebook and its 1.5-billion users. But Sean Jackson is not intimidated with LinkedIn and its 380-million users in the other corner.

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  • 5 Ways to Write More, Faster, and with Less Stress

    This week on Hit Publish, host Amy Harrison is talking momentum and productivity tricks. If you’ve ever found that things get in the way of your flow when you write and wish you could get more out of your writing time, this episode is for you. On a previous show, Amy looked at how you could create content consistently, even when life gets in the way.

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  • The Extraordinary Value of Sharing and Being a Connector

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the Founder, Publisher, and CEO of She left her role as an executive at Ralph Lauren to launch the Momtrends blog in 2007. Momtrends has grown massively since then and is now a boutique media brand, which provides moms with the latest news on all things trendy and cool.

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  • How to Overcome Shiny Object Syndrome

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is an entrepreneur and businesswoman, speaker, business adviser, and the author of the Amazon bestseller, EXIT! 12 Steps to Sell Your Business for the Price You Deserve. She is the founder and CEO of The WELL. Through her company, today’s guest helps entrepreneurs who want to grow and eventually sell their business for a million or more.

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  • A Crash Course in Entrepreneurial Self-Awareness

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a path-finding coach, speaker, writer, non-conformist, and entrepreneur. She is co-host of the Wild Crazy Meaningful Life podcast. She offers path-finding and peaceful productivity courses and has given inspirational talks at many events, including World Domination Summit and App Camp for Girls.

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  • The Entrepreneur’s Path to Building a Real Business

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is a marketing expert, entrepreneur, and bass player. He is the Creative Director of Kinectiv, a marketing firm that focuses on developing business identities and providing customers with a great experience via websites, graphic design, and social media. He’s been described as the “brains” behind this operation, as he develops strategi ...

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  • How to Map Out the Business that You Want to Build

    Today’s guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is an entrepreneur who started, grew, and sold six businesses in five years … without paying for a single ad. He helps people grow their businesses and his successful exits include WorkoutBox and Synn Clothing. He is the founder of Upshare, which offers simple tools that boost sharing and make websites more viral.

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  • How to Use Humor in Content (Without Looking Like a Clown)

    Have a sense of humor? Want to try a lighter style of marketing without looking like an idiot? Today’s episode of Hit Publish is for you. Using humor is a great way to build bridges and tear down barriers with your customers. More and more, consumers today want to see the “personal” side of a business and light-hearted content is perfect for this.

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  • Why Content Creators Should Kiss Their Programmers

    Some would say it’s the age of digital content creators. That this is their time to rise up and conquer. And there’s a lot of evidence that’s exactly what they are doing. In this episode of The Lede, Pamela “Battle-Ax” Wilson joins hosts Jerod Morris and Demian Farnworth one more time for this award-winning series (listen to find out why) to help Jerod put Demian in the hot seat.

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  • How to Use the ‘Rule of Three’ to Create Engaging Content

    What’s so magical about the number three? It’s no accident that the number three is pervasive throughout some of our greatest stories, fairy tales, and myths. It’s also no coincidence that some of the most famous quotes from throughout history are structured in three parts, nor is it surprising that the Rule of Three also works wonders in the world of comedy.

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  • How to Write for Media Outlets, Large or Small

    On PR is Dead, host Doyle Albee has been talking about what reporters (editors, bloggers, etc.) like and don’t like, and this week you hear it straight from the source. ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Lisa Ryckman talks about what she looks for in contributed content and what irritates her (not much, as it turns out!). She also gives some great nuggets about how you can write for media outlets.

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  • Sonia Simone on How a Podcast Fits Into a Content Marketing Strategy

    There are not one but two renowned Defenders of Humanity on this week’s episode of The Showrunner. Sonia Simone, Chief Content Officer for Rainmaker Digital, joins Jerod Morris and Jonny Nastor to discuss how your podcast can (and should) fit into your overall content marketing mix. The timing of Sonia’s visit is not a coincidence.

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  • How (and Why) to Drive More Traffic to Your LinkedIn Posts

    The one and only Sonia Simone joins Sean Jackson and Mica Gadhia on The Missing Link to teach you about the art and science of driving traffic to your posts on LinkedIn. Sonia discusses the “people” aspect of all markets and how to find “your people.” You’ll learn about sharing your content through video and how it can tie successfully into your marketing strategy.

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  • How to Sell Like a Saint

    Marketing is simply, and literally, “bringing your products to market.” And sales is making the right offer to the right person. And yet, research shows that “selling” immediately brings to mind negative word associations. It’s as if the world hadn’t dramatically changed since the release of Glengarry, Glen Ross.

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  • 3 Resources to Help You Pinpoint and Thrive in Your Niche

    “Drive-thru bakery.” That is the ad copy on a billboard for McDonald’s on Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles. Did you know the fast-food chain also serves baked goods? Now you do. If you’re a busy Angeleno, why spend time parking and going in to a coffee shop to get a muffin or croissant when you can visit the convenient drive-thru bakery? Since McDonald’s knows how to serve i ...

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  • Why (and How) Selling Ourselves Makes a Difference, with Matthew Kimberley

    Speaker, coach, and author Matthew Kimberley of How to Get a Grip talks with Youpreneur.FM host Chris Ducker about selling, marketing, and the critical importance of speaking your audience’s language. Why do so many small business owners struggle with sales? Chris invited his good friend and fellow Brit Matthew Kimberley to share his thoughts on the subject in today’s podcast.

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  • How to Immediately Become a More Productive (and Better) Writer

    You want to become a better writer. I know this because you’re reading Copyblogger. I also know that you fear becoming a better writer. This I know because you must change to become better and to fear change is to be human. But what if I told you that you only need to change one thing — one small thing — to achieve your goal of becoming a better writer? Would you believe me? You should.

    Jerod Morris/ Copybloggerin Content Blogging How To's- 41 readers -
  • Claiming Your Power as a Writer

    Do you remember the first time you spoke the words? I’m a writer. It’s a little like getting that letter of acceptance to Hogwarts. It’s exciting and intriguing. Maybe a little scary as well. Of course, your parents think you’ll end up living in a van by the river. You think you might end up living in a van by the river. And there may be some marketing involved.

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