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CMI’s Content Management and Strategy Survey: How Does Your Business Stack Up?

CMI’s Content Management and Strategy Survey: How Does Your Business Stack Up?

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2018 / 0 Comments

Content Marketing Institute has long been the top source for content marketing education, news and information for the world of content creation. Hot topics, new twists on old strategies and fresh ideas never disappoint. Their recent survey of 411 marketers in the industry provides us with fresh insight into our competitors and shows us how…

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Why Your Business Needs an eBook and How to Get One Published

Why Your Business Needs an eBook and How to Get One Published

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2018 / 0 Comments

We’ve been talking a lot about brand lately, so let’s continue that theme and dive into another proven tactic for strengthening yours — eBooks. Don’t groan and immediately say you can’t write and publish a book. We’re here to help. AND you’re likely closer to having one than you think.

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Setting the ‘Write’ Tone in Business Communications

Setting the ‘Write’ Tone in Business Communications

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2018 / 0 Comments

Think about the various tones you’ve experienced in your lifetime. There was Mom’s tone when she told you for the 537th time not to let the dog in the house with muddy paws. There was grandma’s tone when you knew she was luring you over so she could pinch your cheeks. There was the tone…

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Avoid These Ghastly Grammar Goofs and Other Content No-Nos

Avoid These Ghastly Grammar Goofs and Other Content No-Nos

By Erin Pittman, Lead Editor / 2018 / 0 Comments

Watching the news these days, you may be led to believe that grammar has fallen by the wayside and that it’s no longer important to present yourself professionally in written correspondence. Well, we here at All Things Writing say, “WRONG!” Your writing is every bit as important to your image as your spoken word, 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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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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Boomers Still a Strong Presence in the Workplace

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2016 / 0 Comments

We’ve read the reports, the ones that describe the four generations – X, Y, Millennials and Boomers – under the same corporate roof.  We’ve been warned the Boomers are about to retire, that brain drain will ensue as a result, that the younger generations are ill prepared to lead.  We’ve also heard the opposite, that…

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Better Your Business With a Blog

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2015 / Comments Off on Better Your Business With a Blog

Blogging is a big buzzword these days, and there’s good reason for that. In this era of social networking, there is power in those posts. But here’s the caveat. Your blog is only as good as the quality of the articles. Here are five reasons you need a professional blog for your business. Your blog…

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Current State of the Glass Ceiling

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2015 / Comments Off on Current State of the Glass Ceiling

The glass ceiling — the invisible barrier between women and high-level jobs — has been inching up over the years, but we are still far from smashing it. We hear excuses for why women don’t reach top positions, like women pass up on high-level positions to take care of their families. According to the Huffington…

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The Myth of Work-Life Balance

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2015 / Comments Off on The Myth of Work-Life Balance

You’ve got a business.  You work it like you mean it.  And like a majority of business owners, you think that means working twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.  You believe work-life balance is the title of some story told to naive college students.  There’s no way you can have it all, right? …

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Can you deduct your home office? Find out here!

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2015 / Comments Off on Can you deduct your home office? Find out here!

Many people are fortunate enough to have a short commute – to the office in their home.  If you’re one of those lucky people who only have to go downstairs, upstairs or to another room to get to work, you may be able to deduct your work space as a home office.  Here are the…

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Writing Off Business Mileage: What You Need to Know

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2015 / Comments Off on Writing Off Business Mileage: What You Need to Know

It’s a confusing world out there if you want to write off your mileage. So whether you use the standard mileage rate deduction or actual expenses, here’s what you should know. Should I write off actual expenses or use the standard mileage rate? This is a decision that can only be made by using good…

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Organize Your Calendar, Organize Your Life

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2014 / Comments Off on Organize Your Calendar, Organize Your Life

Whether you use your phone, your Blackberry, other electronic device or good old paper and pen, as a business owner, your calendar is crucial. But not all who run small businesses have the luxury of having administrative assistance. If this describes you, then you are in the right place. Read on to find out how…

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Heads up, small businesses. There is a healthcare tax credit.

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2014 / Comments Off on Heads up, small businesses. There is a healthcare tax credit.

Did you know? If you are a small business, when you buy health coverage for your employees through the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) Marketplace, you may qualify for a tax credit worth up to 50% of your premium contributions. That’s great news for employers. Yet, many have not taken advantage of the program.…

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It’s Not about Turkey or Ham

By Katherine Gotthardt, CEO / 2014 / Comments Off on It’s Not about Turkey or Ham

“I’m utterly convinced that the key to lifelong success is the regular exercise of a single emotional muscle: gratitude.” – Geoffrey James, Inc. Gratitude. It’s popular around this time of year. It has also become part of pop-psychology. Thousands of books and speakers are touting an attitude of gratitude as the best way to approach…

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