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Today’s Revelation Note: this revelation was from October 16th, 2017, and not necessarily the “today” that you are in right this moment. 😉 I’ve been thinking a lot about my social media usage, not just for consumption but for sharing my creations. Marketing. What I mean is marketing. Also, I’m trying to simplify my life. … Continue reading Why I’m Going All-In On One Social Media Platform
The other day I got a text from my friend Eric. Eric: Do you want grammar notes on something you posted? You have a comma splice in that status about Prime Day. That comma should be a period. He was referring to an email I had sent out that was also on Facebook and Twitter. … Continue reading How An Editor Can Improve Your Writing
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Raise your left hand if you’re sick of hearing about Pokemon Go. Raise your right hand if you’re playing Pokemon Go. Clap your hands if you’re sick of hearing about Pokemon Go even though you’re playing it. It seems like over half of the articles that have crossed my path this last week have been … Continue reading Write About Things Even When People Won’t Shut Up About Them
I’ve been getting a question frequently: how long should my blog posts be? Is there a minimum word amount for blog posts? Maximum? No. There isn’t. People will tell you otherwise, but I’m telling you there isn’t. Side note: this only counts when online. Magazines and other print media will require specific word counts because … Continue reading Word Count Doesn’t Matter Online
Part of writing creative non-fiction is that sometimes you need to interview someone. You might just need a few quotes for a post, or you may need an expert to explain an entire concept to you. No matter what you need to use the interview for, you can make it easier on yourself and the … Continue reading How To Conduct A Great Interview
I hated working retail. I was a customer service representative at TJ Maxx for a year. Before that, I was a regular cashier. After that, I worked the jewelry counter. Things were great when we had a dream team of managers and employees, but managers got moved to other stores and new, terrible managers were … Continue reading Write What You Know – The Best Writing Advice I Ever Received
Increase targeted traffic to your website by posting regular, optimized content focused on bringing value to the reader. Web marketers have pretty much always lived by the rule “content is king,” but that rings true more than ever in 2016. As I wrote in this post, SEO is dying because writing regular content that is focused … Continue reading Content Marketing Brings In Traffic – A Case Study