Writing Content

    • Day One: How to Build a “Backbone” for Your Content Marketing

      This is part two in a series on Content Marketing Strategies from Pamela Wilson of Big Brand System. On the first day of your content creation process, you’re going to choose your topic and create what I call the “backbone” of your post. Need to review the 4 Day Content Creation System introduction? Read it here: A System for Easily Publishing Consistently Great Content.

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    • Day Four: How to Publish, Promote, and Propagate Your Article

      This is part five in a series on Content Marketing Strategies from Pamela Wilson of Big Brand System. It’s your fourth and final content production day: time to hit publish! Need to catch up on the rest of the 4 Day Content Creation System? Here are the previous posts: A System for Easily Publishing Consistently Great Content Day 1: How to Build a “Backbone” for Your C ...

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    • How to Come up With More Than Enough (Great) Ideas for Your Blog

      Do you ever sit staring at your computer screen, wondering what the heck you’re going to post about? Maybe you scramble around for an idea – any idea! – and then rush into it. Or maybe you give up, and you don’t write a post at all. Coming up with enough ideas for your blog can be daunting, whatever stage you’re at.

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  • All Editors are Not the Same, so Which do You Need?

    …, if editing isn’t ghost writing, what is it then? In the perfect world, editing is four-stage process*. While it may seem that these four stages apply only to the editing of long-form content (like e-books and print books), it does also apply to short-form content like blog posts and articles: Stage 1: Developmental editing When we’re talking books…

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  • Where Will Your Great Ideas Come From?

    … By ProBlogger expert Ellen Jackson of Potential Psychology. I have big plans for 2017, blog-wise and business-wise. I bet you do too. My word for this year is ‘bigger.’ I’m going to think bigger, to play bigger. After a year of hard work and incremental improvement it’s time for a quantum leap. It’s time to shake things up; to think…

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  • How to Come up With More Than Enough (Great) Ideas for Your Blog

    Do you ever sit staring at your computer screen, wondering what the heck you’re going to post about? Maybe you scramble around for an idea – any idea! – and then rush into it. Or maybe you give up, and you don’t write a post at all. Coming up with enough ideas for your blog can be daunting, whatever stage you’re at.

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  • A System for Easily Publishing Consistently Great Content – A Pamela Wilson Series

    … is a solo act. That’s how it is for me with my content on Big Brand System. I write it myself without any feedback from an editor. And early on, I discovered a way to create that content that allowed my “inner editor” to come to the forefront and improve the articles I was writing. It all starts by spreading the content creation process out over several…

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  • Day Three: How to Polish and Prepare to Publish Your Content

    This is part four in a series on Content Marketing Strategies from Pamela Wilson of Big Brand System. Day 3 is the last day before publishing, so everything you do on this day will be to prepare your content to go out into the world and to give it the best possible chance of being consumed. Need to catch up on the rest of the 4 Day Content Creation System? Here are the previ ...

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  • A System for Easily Publishing Consistently Great Content – A Pamela Wilson Series

    This five-part series is a guest contribution from Pamela Wilson of Big Brand System. Content marketing works — you know that. It’s one big reason you read ProBlogger! You like the content here and you want to learn more about how to create it yourself. It’s all well and good to talk about how to write content effectively, of course. But at some point, you’ve got to actually do it. Regularly.

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  • New Year Reboot: Make More Time to Write

    … enough time to write. Virtually every blogger and entrepreneur has the same problem. Maybe you want to write great content to build your business – but there are so many other things you have to do too. I know first-hand how much of a challenge this can be. I started out writing around a full-time day job; today, I juggle work around my two year…

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  • ProBlogger Most Popular Posts on Content 2016

    …. 7 Steps to Writing Killer Blog Posts That Actually Get Noticed – and Read! If you want to get noticed, you need to go against the grain, write better headlines, use compelling visuals, and master the art of promotion. If you want to know how, you’ve come to the right place! This was your favourite post on creating content this year. Read it here…

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  • 6 Things You Can Do in January to Make Your Blog Better in 2017

    … enjoyed writing. Identify the things you thought would go well, but didn’t. The difference between a good blog and a great blog lies at the intersection of what your readers enjoy reading, and you enjoy writing. It’s difficult to identify where that intersection lies if you never take time to reflect. 3. Run a survey If there’s one thing I’ve…

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  • How to Swipe Great Titles … and Use Them On YOUR Blog

    … to Twist That Title Once you’ve found a title, it’s fairly straightforward to “twist” it and make it your own. You can do one – or all! – of these: Change the main topic (e.g. “blogging”, “writing”, “growing tomatoes”, “raising happy kids”). Change any numbers involved (e.g. “six tips” could become “ten tips”). Change the adjectives (e.g. “one…

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