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  • 10 Content Writing Tips to Help You Stop Procrastinating

    … OK, we put the Fourth of July holiday in the rear-view mirror, which means we have officially entered the lazy days of summer. Yes, the season that tests even the most dedicated workers among us is now underway. We’ve got a bunch of stuff to do – emails to write, content to create — but it’s so darn nice out! There’s that beach vacation to plan…

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  • 3 Ways to Develop an Engaging Voice in Your Content

    … Aspiring writers of the literary persuasion will be counseled to “find your voice.” It’s solid advice. You want your writing to pop, to be immediately recognizable as yours. Content developers receive similar guidance. They are often reminded of the billions of emails, millions of blogs, countless tweets, etc., competing for attention. The key…

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  • How to Attract Female Readership For Your Blog

    Across today’s digital landscape, there are blogs designed specifically for male and female readership. Outlets like Bustle and Refinery29 caters heavily to a predominantly female audience, whereas Thrillist generally addresses a male demographic. But male-dominated sites, and even sites that consider themselves gender neutral like the Infatuation and The Points Guy, should co ...

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  • How to Write More

    … finding time to write blog posts that can cause the most stress. And while I confess to being a big lazy procrastinator, I have managed to find a few little strategies that help me be a more efficient blogger. Actually, maybe the laziness is why I went looking for them! In today’s post I’m going to try and help you figure out how to write more…

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  • 5 Tips on Writing Marketing Content that Drives Business Value

    … good to keep an eye on the marketing copy at first. This isn’t a radical idea with no oversight, it’s just a reminder to favor the “hands off” approach whenever possible. Tip #3: Focus on Conversion Likes and views are great, but a business can’t survive just by being popular. Measure the success of marketing materials based on how well…

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  • 7 Tips for Injecting Tighter Prose Into Marketing Materials

    … Copywriter and Founder of Echelon Copy. When not writing, tweeting or attempting to play pickup basketball, he’s working tirelessly to perfect what he claims is the “World’s Greatest Pompadour.” To get more tips on how to start your own six-figure freelance copywriting business, join his free newsletter. The post 7 Tips for Injecting Tighter Prose Into Marketing Materials appeared first on Jeffbullas's Blog. …

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  • How do you make a dull topic interesting?

    … to come up with an interesting story angle. Here’s how you can get the job done and make your writing sparkle: Are you the right person for the job? This is one of the very first questions you must ask. While you might be the CEO, the head of your division, or the one with a few hours to spare, that doesn’t mean you are automatically the best person…

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  • The Fear of Blogging is Real – Here’s How to Overcome It

    … For many entrepreneurs and business owners, there’s a very real fear associated with blogging. This fear is often rooted in the permanency of words on the internet and the feeling that others will pick apart your work. The good news is that there are ways to overcome your fear of blogging and become a more confident writer. Are you willing…

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  • 8 Tips to Crafting Compelling Copywriting For Your Mobile Visitors

    … Mobile marketing is a hot subject at the moment… Mobile is quickly becoming the most convenient and effective way to capture your target audience. With Google placing more emphasis on mobile site optimization in search results, and smart phone take up increasing all over the world, it’s no wonder that copywriters need to adapt as well. Writing…

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  • 17 Writing Tips For Bloggers Who Think They Can’t Write!

    … than it would be comfortable for you to speak, then it’s probably too long. Two sentences is almost always better than one long sentence. 5) Use “Cheat Sheets” to may you look like a writing pro. Most writers have external methods of getting inspiration (Swipe Files etc) – and do not rely on brainpower alone! As an example – the chart below…

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  • The blogging blunders you need to avoid: Part 1

    … Blogging seems easy on the face of it. After all, we can all write to some extent, and many blogs are written from an opinion standpoint, so it seems like something you just need sit down and donate an hour or so to doing. This, as many people discover the hard way, is not an accurate account of blog writing. There are several blunders…

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  • Email newsletter subject lines: the good, the bad and the ugly

    … If you’re anything like me, you probably receive an avalanche of emails and e-newsletters each week. And, if you’re anything like me, you probably don’t open a large proportion of those. Industry e-newsletter heavyweight Mailchimp sees billions of messages sent through their service alone, so the competition to be opened and read is immense. E…

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