• To hyphenate, or not to hyphenate, that is the question

    … Hyphens can be tricky little things. We see them in sentences all the time, but many of us aren’t sure when to use them. There’s a reason for that: they’re not always straightforward. When I’m writing or editing I might not always hyphenate, but when I’m considering it, I at least know where to look for the rules. Look it up The first place…

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  • Powerful Habits, Potent Engagement, and a Double Dose of Pink

    … How’s your January going? I’ve been having a great time looking at our publishing themes and brainstorming cool new topic ideas with our editorial team. And I’m so glad you’re here starting the year with us. 🙂 This week kicked off with a discussion about habits (which are the super secret decoder rings that allow Read More... The post Powerful…

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  • 7 Ways for Thoughtful Writers to Wow Their Editors, Clients, and Bosses

    … It’s common for non-writers to have trouble understanding how writing for a living actually works. They imagine bespectacled introverts pounding away at their keyboards, detached from social settings and business transactions. How is a reclusive life compatible with a sustainable job? Writing is solitary work, but professional writers know publishing is a collaborative process. And Read More... The post 7 Ways for Thoughtful Writers to Wow Their Editors, Clients, and Bosses appeared first on Copyblogger. …

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  • Best of 2017: Our Favorite Posts for Writers from the Last 12 Months

    … 2018 is around the corner. This could be the year you crack your first 1,000 subscribers. This could be the year you get published on that blog you’re dying to write for. This could even be the year one of your blog posts goes viral. But none of that will happen unless you keep at it. You not only have to keep writing, you also have to keep…

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  • How to Write Exciting Text for Your Video Ads

    …. After writing your three ads, you can now start testing them to get the best fit. Here, the main idea is to note the one that resonates well with your audience. Testing Your Ads You’ll also need to know the ads that generate the best results. To do so, you should ask yourself a couple of questions: Which areas do you want to improve? You’ll need…

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  • 50 Things You’ll Enjoy Reading over Christmas Break

    … Today, as the team gets ready to take a few days off for the holiday, we’ve put together a massive buffet of marketing, writing, and strategy advice for you. Monday’s post put the spotlight on our editorial team’s favorite writing, content, and marketing blogs. (As well as one that’s an example of a creator who’s Read More... The post 50 Things You’ll Enjoy Reading over Christmas Break appeared first on Copyblogger. …

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  • Best of Copyblogger: 2017 Edition

    … The task of selecting the top Copyblogger posts from 2017 is a bit like asking me to choose my favorite child. Each post is crafted with care, and I value all of them. But I rolled up my sleeves and devised a strategy. In fact, this year was all about the power of the individual Read More... The post Best of Copyblogger: 2017 Edition appeared…

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  • Some of the Copyblogger Team’s Favorite Writing and Content Sites

    … Here at Copyblogger, we’ve always been in love with writers. So we thought it would be fun to wrap up the year with a collection of some favorite blogs and podcasts that teach writing, showcase writing, or help writers. This is very much a partial list — so if you have a favorite site that Read More... The post Some of the Copyblogger Team’s Favorite Writing and Content Sites appeared first on Copyblogger. …

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  • How to Use Transitional Phrases to Keep Your Readers Sliding Down the Page

    Some writers seem to have a magic touch… One minute you’re reading their opening, and before you know it, you’ve reached the end of their article. Their content reads so smoothly, it’s almost impossible to stop. So how do they do it? Well, great writers are meticulous about making each line flow seamlessly into the next.

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  • How to write a winning award entry

    … above everyone else by writing a winning award entry. 15 tips to writing a better award entry If you’d like to win the next award program you enter, here’s how you can do it. Give yourself enough time. Most awards programs give applicants plenty of time. The majority of submissions, however, come in at the last minute. A judge knows immediately…

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  • How to Write a Bio that Convinces Readers You’re Their Personal Superhero

    … Writing a bio is hard. You have to knock ’em dead with two or three dazzling sentences that show you’re a likable, credible, and accomplished expert. When readers read your bio, they must believe you’re the answer to their prayers — the superhero they’ve been waiting for, that will swoop in and solve that big problem they’ve been dealing…

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  • Even seasoned writers get semicolon rules wrong

    …. I have travelled to Liberia, Costa Rica; Rome, Italy; Florence, Italy; and Mazatlán, Mexico. This sentence requires semicolons to separate the items that contain commas. If you’d like help determining if your sentences need semicolons — or if you need copywriting services more generally — contact Lush Digital Media. We have an international…

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