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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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School is back in session, the summer is coming to an end, and this is the time of year when we kick off the flip-flops, slip on the pumps and get back to business. If you’re a writer and you still have school-aged children at home, summer can wreak havoc on your writing schedule. Your [...]

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Welcome to the dog days of summer. On the east coast of the U.S. it’s been a sizzlingly hot summer with heat wave after heat wave keeping people indoors to escape the 90 degrees plus temperatures. But writers must write everyday despite the distractions of the oppressive heat, kids coming in and out of the [...]

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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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Guest post by Brianne W. The immediate impact and the efficacy of visual storytelling have been known for long. It is making its presence felt in a more prominent manner now with social networking platforms that rely purely on images, graphics or presentations. These have the potential to bring in traffic to a website, to [...]

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Today’s guest post provides some useful tips for generating blog content ideas quickly and putting them to use right away. I saw this article in an email newsletter that I am subscribed to, and it was a perfect fit for my blog so I published it. Do you see how guest posting on blogs is [...]

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This is a quickie post to share this handy little pdf that is full of 100 practical things that you can do bring more targeted traffic to your website. Every day you can pick a tip and do what it says. Keep following the tips consistently and you will begin to see more traffic and [...]

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Do you use blog writing to attract business? Do you wonder how you can double your blog output and still have a life? Do you worry about whether your blogs offer quality content that your target readers will love, so they will subscribe? Know the biggest benefit to strategic blog marketing means that Google will [...]

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Last week I published a blog post, Blogging Tips: How to Blog Your Way to Writing a Book. I wrote about the process that I used to write the content of my upcoming book from a series of blog posts.  I received a comment from a reader named, Tamara who said, “Congrats on finishing your [...]

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I’ve been blogging for many years, and looking over my blog archives I’ve often figured that there was enough content there for a book. I’m a freelance writer, so much of my writing time and energy is devoted to writing for my clients. I’m also a single mom with three kids and I run a [...]