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Content Marketing: What the Numbers Mean (and Why You Should Care)

Content Marketing: What the Numbers Mean (and Why You Should Care)

While you’ll find that our team members are more “word people,” there are some figures that peek our interest. And guess what? Those numbers have to do with words. Did you expect any less? We’ve got stats that will help you adjust your sails and point your content marketing in the direction your readers are…
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When We’re Not the Experts

When We’re Not the Experts

There are times in our work when we aren’t the experts. Yep. You read that correctly. Sounds like the worst marketing tagline ever, eh? But it’s the truth, and the other truth is we know how to excel in these situations, too. Our marketing is getting better now, right? Language Is Our Jam As writers…
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Editing Basics for Everyone

Editing Basics for Everyone

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

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

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

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 …

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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What’s the Purpose? Beyond Sales, Big Reasons to Blog

Ever do something, then step back and ask yourself, “Why the heck did I just do that?” or, “What was the point of that?” Of course you have. It’s human nature. For the most part, we need to have purpose when we perform an action. We need the “why.” Otherwise, it feels futile. Writing a…
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Practice Might Not Make Perfect, but Do It Anyway

This may not be our most inspiring title, but it just might be our most honest one yet. We’re talking about writing, of course. (What else do we talk about?) Writing is one thing that if you do daily … you may not perfect. So why should you do it anyway? You should start a…
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More Than Marketing, Social Media Is Customer Service

More Than Marketing, Social Media Is Customer Service

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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