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Who Cares About Content?

Who Cares About Content?

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

There’s this thing that sometimes happens when you’re developing a website. You’re laying out pages and picking plugins. You’re looking at widgets and forms. You might get so into it, you forget there’s something equally as important, something you probably don’t do often or very well. Content creation. Now content can mean a lot of…

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Why You Should Become a Blogging M.D.

Why You Should Become a Blogging M.D.

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

We know. You spend your time between patients buried under an endless stack of medical records, case studies and nurses’ notes about even more patients. What in the world makes us think you have time to start a blog? Because we know it’s worth your time. Content is king, and blogs from your doc are…

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Three Tips for Writing Should-Be-Featured Feature Articles

Three Tips for Writing Should-Be-Featured Feature Articles

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

Here at All Things Writing (fondly called ATW when we’re being lazy), we talk a lot about blogging. And this makes sense because we love to do it – which is good, because it’s also a necessity for any business. But one thing we don’t really talk about is the feature article. We’re not sure…

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12 Questions to Ask Yourself When Writing Marketing Emails

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

We’ve got a secret for you. There’s more to email marketing than slapping your thoughts down and pushing send. Already know this much? Then we’re off to a great start. But we’ve got further tips you might not have considered to help you create an email marketing campaign that will make every recipient rush to…

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Email Etiquette for Professionals

Email Etiquette for Professionals

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

You’d think adults wouldn’t need email etiquette lessons, right? It’s okay. Don’t judge too harshly, whether it’s yourself or someone else. It’s easy to lose sight of the basics when we’re in a hurry. In fact, it’s so easy, we here at All Things Writing hold entire workshops on email etiquette. We’ve discovered they are…

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14 Questions to Ask Yourself When Writing Website Content

14 Questions to Ask Yourself When Writing Website Content

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

So you’re ready to create or redo your website. It’s easy enough to write up some content and slap it on the pages. But are you writing the right info? Are you speaking to your audience? Are you addressing your value proposition? (Huh?) OK. More on that in a minute. When you set out to…

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Hooking – Still Good, Old-Fashioned Work

Hooking – Still Good, Old-Fashioned Work

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

Ever stop and ask yourself, “Am I a hooker?” Do they even call prostitutes hookers anymore? Or is that a word middle-aged people use? You can Google it if you want, but you might want to clear your cache after. No, we’re not going to spend the rest of this article making double entendres (though…

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Dear Diary: Is Your Business Blog Too Personal?

Dear Diary: Is Your Business Blog Too Personal?

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

Blogging by nature is more personal and a casual depiction of things going on with your company and products. But how personal is too personal? You can easily step over the line when weaving in your anecdotes. Keep uber-personal details or ones that could reflect poorly to yourself. For instance, don’t share that you were…

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Market Yourself Using the Great Credibility Builders – Blogs

Market Yourself Using the Great Credibility Builders – Blogs

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

Blah, blah, blah. Blogs build credibility. We know, we know. We should be blogging. Stop trying to guilt us into it, will you? Okay, we admit it. Here at All Things Writing, we are big believers in blogging. And a lot of us are moms, so, well, maybe we DO have a little bit of…

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Why Blogs Are More Than Ads

Blogs – WAY More Than Ads. Way.

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

Are you confused by the terms advertising and content marketing? No worries. A lot of people are. At first glance, there seems to be a fine line – or no line – between the two. But it might not be as fine or MIA as we imagine. So we’re here to shed some light on…

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English, Please! Avoiding Jargon in Content

English, Please! Avoiding Jargon in Content

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

We know it has happened to you. That website. What language is it written in, anyway? What do all those acronyms stand for? Forget this. Move on to the next site, one that’s understandable. As content developers, we find this problem a lot. And we’re asked to fix it. Business owners know there’s a problem,…

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Dumbing it Down? Content Development and Your Readers

Dumbing it Down? Content Development and Your Readers

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

It’s pretty common knowledge. Mainstream news is written at a middle school reading level. And for those of us in the content development and website development industries, it’s also common knowledge that website content is meant to be written in easily digestible chunks. Plugins like Yoast not only assess SEO, they judge readability. Start writing…

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Real Estate Professional? You Need to Be Blogging!

Real Estate Professional? You Need to Be Blogging!

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

Real estate is a tough business. We know because many of our clients are in the industry. From brokers to agents to financial experts, we’ve become familiar with the challenges facing professionals in this competitive field. And one of those challenges is keeping up with online marketing. While this is an issue for many businesses,…

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content marketing Internet

I Was Content Marketing When Content Marketing Wasn’t Cool

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2016 / 0 Comments

If you’re old enough to remember the song I’m alluding to, then you’re old enough to remember there was no real Internet at that time, other than in the military sense. We still had a lot of history to live through, including enduring years more of the beeps and static that came with telephone modems…

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Your Press Release, Your Story

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2015 / Comments Off on Your Press Release, Your Story

Have you ever written a press release that no one read? Well, there’s probably a reason for that, and it has something to do with the way reporters’ and editors’ minds work. Here are a few tips to help you write a press release that gets you noticed. Make it story-worthy. The media is not…

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