Creativity

    • How to Stay Creative in a Distracted World

      On this week’s episode, we’re joined by Megan Gray, a passionate — probably one of the most passionate — freelance graphic designers I know. She lives on the edge of a canyon in Orange County, California, where she runs her business, House of Grays. In this 34-minute episode Brian Gardner, Lauren Mancke, and Megan Gray discuss: Starting House of Grays in Orange ...

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  • 8 infographics that will inspire you to create your own

    … Infographics are incredibly effective tool in visual storytelling, but they are often overlooked in content marketing strategies. Here’s why you shouldn’t ignore them any longer. Not only are they a great way to condense complex information but they also make statistics pop off the page, they are memorable and engaging for the reader…

    Lush Digitalin Content- 9 readers -
  • Creative Destruction

    … This article was originally published on Robert Glazer’s personal blog FridayFwd.com. The term “creative destruction” has economic roots, but I have come to perceive it as an important philosophy in life and business. It implies that, to create something new, we must destroy or give up on something old. Netflix is one of the rare companies…

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  • Guaranteed ways to unleash your inner creative beast

    … What do you imagine when you think of a creative person? An artist? A writer? An actor, perhaps? The truth is, every last person on this planet has the ability to be exceptionally creative. The trick lies in allowing yourself — or relearning how — to be creative. You might think, or were told as a youngster, that you are more of an analytical…

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  • 6 Website Design Tips that Will Have Your Audience Licking Their Screens

    “We made the buttons on the screen look so good you’ll want to lick them.” – Steve Jobs You’re creating great content to attract an audience. A loyal audience that comes to know, like, and trust you. But what if you never get the attention of that audience in the first place? What if your website visitors take one look at your well-written words and move right along beca ...

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  • Why You Hate Writing

    … those roman numerals and endless lower-case alphabetical hierarchies, you’re thinking outlining is a chore. Don’t do it. A simple list of core ideas is more than enough for most of your writing process. The goal here is to give yourself a simple map, so that your mind is free to roam within it. Constraint is a secret of creativity. 3. You’re…

    Robert Bruce/ Copyblogger- 18 readers -
  • 21 Juicy Prompts that Inspire Fascinating Content

    … dibs Let people know if it’s the first time you’re writing about a certain topic or giving away a juicy gift. When your community knows they’re getting an exclusive goodie, they’re more likely to value the special content. 7. Share a piece of your history Pull back the curtain on your business and invite us inside. Here’s an example from my own…

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  • Want to Be an Amazing Writer? Read Like One

    … When it comes to reading, there are two ditches modern-day web writers may fall into. Both are notorious, unrefined, and dangerous — especially if you want to be more than an ordinary writer. On one side, you have the ditch of never-ending digital content where you spend all your time reading online. Your day looks like this: You begin…

    Demian Farnworth/ Copybloggerin Mobile Content- 11 readers -
  • The 5-Step Process that Solves 3 Painful Writing Problems

    … will. What’s standing in the way of your mission? The obstacles you face are the concepts your audience does not understand yet, but must accept by the time they’re finished reading. These are the questions you must answer before you can achieve the goal you’ve identified in Step #1. In copywriting circles, we say an unanswered question (an objection…

    Brian Clark/ Copybloggerin Content- 20 readers -
  • The world’s best creativity technique

    … OK, some blog post headlines tend to be a little sensational. Not this one. I want to share with you the absolute best, can’t-miss technique for truly breakthrough thinking I have ever used. That sounds like a cheesy affiliate ad or something, but there’s no catch here. I am simply giving you one of my best leadership ideas. But it gets better…

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