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Editing Basics for Everyone

Editing Basics for Everyone

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

It’s a wonderful feeling when you finish writing something, isn’t it? Whether it’s a novel, blog or, for some of us, maybe just an email, it’s satisfying! We recognize that sigh of relief and fulfillment as you plop in the last punctuation mark. But then it hits you. You’re not done. No one sends their…

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Content Marketing: What to Do When Disaster Strikes

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

Let’s be brutally honest with ourselves. When natural or human-made disaster strikes or when something catastrophic happens that turns the country’s (or world’s) eyes in the direction of the event, your content marketing isn’t the first thing on people’s minds. There are just some things that are more pressing than your most recent article or…

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Choosing Topics: Huge Content Successes That Look Like Failures

Choosing Topics: Huge Content Successes That Look Like Failures

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

Remember the days when America’s Funniest Home Videos graced our TVs every Sunday night? We’d spend a half an hour laughing at the mishaps and misfortunes of people and their pets. What made this show such a success? The same thing that draws us to the Pinterest Fail, Cake Wrecks and Darwin Awards sites. What’s…

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Fire up Your Business With a 3-Month Content Calendar

Fire up Your Business With a 3-Month Content Calendar

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

Maybe you’ve felt like your spark has been dwindling a bit. Perhaps you’ve been all willy-nilly with your blog and social media posts. Maybe you haven’t been planning or blogging at all. Regardless of where you are now, it’s time to get started on creating a content calendar that will excite you and your audience…

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Assessing blogs

Assessing Your Blogs: You Should Be Concerned If …

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

Is assessing your blogs part of your content strategy? It should be. Think about it. Bill Gates never completed product launches and simply moved on – he analyzed what went well and what flopped. On a much smaller scale, it’s up to you to do this kind of assessment with your blogs. As you’re reviewing…

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More Than Marketing, Social Media Is Customer Service

More Than Marketing, Social Media Is Customer Service

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

Complain, complain, complain. And be sure to do it online, in public. By now, most of us know that one of the fastest ways to get customer service is to post something negative on social media. Start a rant and watch businesses – especially bigger and more vigilant ones – go wild. Good reputation and…

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It’s OK to Have a Ghostwriter. Really.

It’s OK to Have a Ghostwriter. Really.

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 1 Comment

We get it. Not everyone is as into writing as we are. It’s even rumored that some people hate writing. (Gasp!) Writing is an unavoidable task for most business folks, though. So what’s a non-lover of words to do? Hire a ghostwriter! But Ghostwriters Only Write Books … Nope! That’s a popular misconception. Ghostwriters can…

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Blogging Musts You Can’t Ignore

Blogging Musts You Can’t Ignore

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

If you run in some of the same circles we do, you might have bumped into our team members without knowing it. It’s an occupational hazard – joining Facebook, LinkedIn and other groups that focus on blogging, social media, website content, writing, editing, marketing and business. We love to learn, and we love to pass…

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Can a Small Business Get Leads From Facebook?

Can a Small Business Get Leads From Facebook?

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2017 / 0 Comments

Why yes, social media lovers, you, the small business owner, CAN get leads from Facebook! And referrals and prospects and clients and returning clients…all those good things we love to see in our sales funnels. After all, Facebook “remains the most-used social media site among all ages, used by 64 percent of Americans 12 and…

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Questions to Ask Yourself When Building a Blog Calendar

Questions to Ask Yourself When Building a Blog Content Calendar

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

So, you’ve decided to blog. What now? Well the most efficient way to tackle your blogging is to create and follow a content calendar. Some people refer to it as an editorial calendar, and others just have ideas scattered on sticky notes all over their car, bathroom mirror and computer screen. But that’s not you!…

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The Mysterious Hashtag: What It Is and What It Does

The Mysterious Hashtag: What It Is and What It Does

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2017 / 0 Comments

Do the importance and significance — and maybe even the entire point — of the widely-used hashtag elude you? If so, take heart. You’re among friends here, and we won’t tell. We’re here to clarify and help you get it. From definition to implementation, with our information, you’ll be tagging your #TBT pics, claiming #FollowForFollow,…

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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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