3 Steps to Writing Powerful Headlines

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Marketing and copywriting experts all agree on one thing: Your headline is the most important element of every piece you publish online, simply because if it doesn’t inspire any reaction, everything past the headline was a waste of time. This applies to video titles, articles, blog posts, online mags, ads, emails you send, book titles,…

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Writing Challenge: Spice Up Your Content With Images

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Did you know that images – ANY images – make your content more believable? I didn’t, until I saw this video made by Derek Halpern. Smart guy by the way. I like him even though he’s yelling too much on his videos. Despite that, I’ve even taken one of his courses. He actually researches his…

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Improve Your Writing: Making Your Styling Consistent

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Today we have officially started a challenge to improve our writing skills. It was something I absolutely needed to do myself – go over the lessons and practice – and some of the readers of my blog joined me which makes it even more fun. If you want to take this challenge, too, you can…

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Quick Survey and an Invitation

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We’re wrapping up the year 2014 and I just wanted to post a quick survey to ask you “What would you like to discuss more about on my blog and other channels next year?” Ladataan…   I would also like to CHALLENGE you to improve your writing skills with me in January, starting the 5th.…

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Content Marketing: Should You Publish Text, Audio or Video?

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I’m a member of Dennis Becker’s awesome group and he asked the question: “Which is your preferred method of creating content?” That inspired me to discuss the pros and cons of the top 3 methods of content marketing, written, audio and video, when the purpose of your content is educative. All these have their place…

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Blogging Success: Have a Plan

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Last week we discussed choosing the topic for your blog, that has potential of becoming popular and in the comments someone mentioned the “writers block”, which is quite common when you write as a hobby. But when you invest some time to create a plan, and commit yourself to posting in a schedule, that rarely…

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