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Are Your Words Mincing Your Business?

Are Your Words Mincing Your Business?

Words are the stuff that content is made of. Word choice, whether you’re writing a blog or preparing a presentation you’ll be delivering to your morning business networking group, matters, a lot. Precise selection of the key words you use – nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs – determine the impact you have on your audience.
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Is Your Marketing Content Meh? Spice it up with a creative spark!

Is Your Marketing Content Meh? Spice it up with a creative spark!

Let’s be honest. A lot of business marketing content is lackluster. It feels like anyone could have written it. If your content lacks voice, it’s because it lacks your voice. But writing a catchy title is not going to help you grow your audience. What you need is to boost the content that follows the…
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Stop Your Business from Bleeding - Use Creative Writing Skills!

Stop Your Business from Bleeding – Use Creative Writing Skills!

Bad writing costs businesses billions. Badly written business plans, proposals, emails, social media posts, and other written types of communication is at the heart of business failure. It wastes time, effort and money and negatively affects your business reputation, brand and presence. In other words, bad writing puts a drag on your business and saps…
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Put Some Passion into the Bones of your Business

Put Some Passion into the Bones of your Business

Your creative business writing quotient matters for the success of your business. In business, it’s very common to hear that “it’s not personal” or “dream big but keep it real”. The truth is that business is human, and there is nothing more human than dreaming big and being creative about making that dream real. 
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Add Pizazz to Your Biz Communication

Good communication is the life blood of business. Whether you’re planning your business or launching it, managing it or growing it, effective oral, nonverbal or written communication skills are essential to building trust and brand awareness with consumers, vendors and partners. But if you really want to outperform your competitors, add some pizazz to your…
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The (Dis)empowerment of Analytics in Content Marketing

A fellow writer, Nate from Write by the Rails, posted a thought-provoking piece about how he is once again giving a damn about his blog. Turns out, analytics had gotten him down, discouraging him from writing. So he stopped writing quality content. This is the kind of (dis)empowering force analytics can have. When numbers are…
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Just for Fun: Saturday Morning Advice from Writers

I attended a Write by the Rails (WbtR) monthly meeting this past weekend. And as always, marketing reared its grimacing head during the discussion. We writers find ourselves consistently struggling to get the word out about our particular skills and products in between practicing our craft, and these meetings help us civilly release some pent…
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Guest Blog: Selling Your Stuff in Person

Most often at ATW, we discuss marketing through writing only. But what happens AFTER  you write that book or promote your services? There has to be a connection between what we do in writing and what we do in person. This week on our Write by the Rails (#WbtR) blog tour, we feature Morgan Hazlewood…
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Guest Blog: Tips for Writing Better Emails to New Clients by Victor Rook

This week for our Write by the Rails blog tour, we have the pleasure of introducing author and business owner Victor Rook who gives us a little tutorial on writing business emails. A man of many talents, Victor has written and produced films as well as authored, designed and published books. Victor’s recent books include…
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Guest Blog: Do Not Stress With Me!

This week for our Write by the Rails blog tour, we have the pleasure of introducing author Timothy Horn of Hypnoconsult Press and Hypnoconsult, LLC , who discusses stress. Author of Skies Wide Open, Tim is a pro at using the mind to overcome challenges, and he teaches others to do so, too. Whether it…
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