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If you’re a regular reader of this blog, chances are you’re as much of a lover of the written word as I am. I am a professional writer and marketer by day, and my side hustle, blogging, also involves writing. While I have an editor for the writing that I do for my clients, when [...]

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By Robert Middleton One of my favorite marketing sayings is, “Writing is to marketing strength as pumping iron is to muscle strength.” So, if you want stronger, more effective marketing, you need to write. There’s really nothing else that has that impact. But writing, for most people, is a real struggle. That is, it’s not [...]

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Ever since Google shifted their algorithms with the Panda or farmer updates earlier this year it has thrown the SEO content creation world into a topspin. Here’s a great article with some practical tips that you can put to use right away when you are creating SEO content in a post Panda world. These practices [...]

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One of my major priorities in my business is to never stop learning about how to grow my business, improve my process and learn new strategies. Towards that goal I am part of a Mastermind/ Group coaching program with the fabulous LaShanda Henry of the blog and In last week’s meeting she challenged [...]

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It’s been said that we teach that which we most need to learn, and I have found that to be a profoundly true statement. I have been doing freelance writing and blogging for many years, but there are times when I hit slumps where I feel blocked and I just don’t feel inspired to write. [...]

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Freelance writers who are looking for a side income stream to fill in when client work is low might consider providing blog services to local businesses in their city or town.  I’m sure you must be aware of the popularity of providing online marketing services to your local mom and pop businesses.  If you already [...]

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Passive income is one of those things that’s kind of like the ‘Holy Grail’ of online marketing. Many people who have online businesses are looking for ways that they can generate passive income streams so that they can leverage their time and effort for a return later on. I’m going to share what I am [...]

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As a professional writer and blogger I have been engaged in the practice of content marketing since the launch of this blog in the fall of 2007. At that time, my freelance writing practice was just beginning and I wanted to start getting my work out there as I did not have a lot of [...]

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As a Freelance blogger, writer, and overall web content developer, a large portion of the writing that I do is ghostwriting. Now, ghostwriting is a term that gets tossed around a lot online, but it basically describes someone who writes on a work for hire basis, and the content that they produce becomes the property [...]

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When visitors land on your website you’ve got mere seconds to grab their attention and get them to stick around to see what you’ve got to offer. Most people will not buy what you have to offer on their first visit to your site, but if they like what they see, you want to seize [...]