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  • What is Content Marketing? (An Easy Primer for Beginners) November 19, 2020
    Have you been Googling “what is content marketing” and keep finding lightweight fluff or, worse, ultimate guides packed with so much info that reading them is like drinking through a … What is Content Marketing? (An Easy Primer for Beginners) Read More » The post What is Content Marketing? (An Easy Primer for Beginners) appeared […]
    Sarah Peterson
  • 17 Sites with High-Quality, Royalty-Free Stock Photos (2021) November 12, 2020
    It’s not difficult to find sites with free stock photos these days. A quick Google search will yield so many results, your head will spin. No, the real challenge is … 17 Sites with High-Quality, Royalty-Free Stock Photos (2021) Read More » The post 17 Sites with High-Quality, Royalty-Free Stock Photos (2021) appeared first on […]
    Germano Silveira
  • 10 Great Copywriting Examples (+ Takeaways for Copywriters) October 29, 2020
    How useful would it be to have a handy list of great copywriting examples bookmarked for inspiration? A swipe copy of high-quality examples that inspire you to write engaging website copy, perky … 10 Great Copywriting Examples (+ Takeaways for Copywriters) Read More » The post 10 Great Copywriting Examples (+ Takeaways for Copywriters) appeared first on […]
    Mel Wicks
  • 137 Writing Quotes to Motivate, Inspire, & Kick Your Butt in 2020 October 20, 2020
    Who doesn’t love writing quotes? A good quote can motivate you. It can encourage you when you feel like giving up. It can inspire you when you need a tiny … 137 Writing Quotes to Motivate, Inspire, & Kick Your Butt in 2020 Read More » The post 137 Writing Quotes to Motivate, Inspire, & […]
    Kevin J. Duncan
  • 350+ Onomatopoeia Examples for Writers (& Kids at Heart) October 15, 2020
    Looking for onomatopoeia examples so you can give your writing some extra oomph? You’ve come to the right place. Flip to any random Batman comic page. Instantly, you’re an earwitness … 350+ Onomatopoeia Examples for Writers (& Kids at Heart) Read More » The post 350+ Onomatopoeia Examples for Writers (& Kids at Heart) appeared […]
    Barbara Sturm
RSS ProBlogger
  • Why You Need to Make ‘Starting’ a Mindset November 26, 2020
    The post Why You Need to Make ‘Starting’ a Mindset appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 88 of the ProBlogger podcast. Whereabouts are you on your blogging journey? You may be the very beginning of your journey, and getting ready to create your first blog post. You might be a little further […]
    Darren Rowse
  • 8 Effective Ways to Wrap up Your Blog Posts November 19, 2020
    The post 8 Effective Ways to Wrap up Your Blog Posts appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 56 of the ProBlogger podcast. You’ve said everything you wanted to say in your post, and now it’s time to quickly wrap things up so you can hit ‘Publish’. Sound familiar? If it does, then […]
    Darren Rowse
  • 7 Productivity Tips for Bloggers November 12, 2020
    The post 7 Productivity Tips for Bloggers appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 40 of the ProBlogger podcast. Are you using your time productively? Chances are you’ve set yourself some goals as to what you’d like your blogging to be. But reaching that point is going to take time. And the less […]
    Darren Rowse
  • Face Your Fears and Become a Better Blogger November 5, 2020
    The post Face Your Fears and Become a Better Blogger appeared first on ProBlogger. This post is based on episode 54 of the ProBlogger podcast. This week I want to talk about fear. Not about eliminating it or ignoring it, but rather about recognising, harnessing and overcoming it so you can use it to your […]
    Darren Rowse
  • 13 Tips for Building Authority and Influence October 29, 2020
    The post 13 Tips for Building Authority and Influence appeared first on ProBlogger. This blog post is based on episode 235 of the ProBlogger podcast. Starting a new blog can be a bit of an uphill battle. You need to create lots of content, and then use that content to bring traffic to your site. […]
    Darren Rowse
RSS Copywriting for startups and marketers
  • 29 Quotes That Perfectly Explain What Copywriting Means October 27, 2020
    Copy is the words businesses and people use to sell something. And copywriting is salesmanship in print. Get the skinny on what copywriting means here. The post 29 Quotes That Perfectly Explain What Copywriting Means appeared first on Copywriting for startups and marketers.
    Joanna Wiebe
  • SaaS Websites: Is shorter copy really better? September 10, 2020
    Short copy reigns supreme in the world of SaaS websites. But does that mean short copy is the shortest path to conversions? In some cases, yes. See when and why. The post SaaS Websites: Is shorter copy really better? appeared first on Copywriting for startups and marketers.
    Andrew Yedlin
  • How to write a landing page for problem-aware visitors July 15, 2020
    Your landing page's problem-aware visitor might not have a full grasp of their problem. What can you do on your landing page to better match where they're at? The post How to write a landing page for problem-aware visitors appeared first on Copywriting for startups and marketers.
    Tyler J Koenig
  • How a Unique Selling Proposition for Our Content Marketing Doubled Revenue July 8, 2020
    See how I created a unique selling proposition - applied directly to content marketing - that helped double a startup’s annual recurring revenue (ARR) in 6 months. Includes case study. The post How a Unique Selling Proposition for Our Content Marketing Doubled Revenue appeared first on Copywriting for startups and marketers.
    Jason Quey
  • COVID Memes: Why we’re using laughter to get us through a pandemic June 18, 2020
    The way that many of us are choosing to deal with an absurd and incredible situation no one ever believed would happen in our lifetime is laughter. We're choosing laughter. And we're sharing laughter with oh-so-many memes, like these. The post COVID Memes: Why we’re using laughter to get us through a pandemic appeared first […]
    Karine Bengualid
RSS Copyblogger
  • Permission to Get It Wrong November 24, 2020
    I’m not going to be one of those annoying people who asserts 2020 has been splendid. It’s insensitive and perhaps... Continue Reading The post Permission to Get It Wrong appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Stefanie Flaxman
  • 20 Call to Action Examples that Create Instant Leads November 23, 2020
    Creating a strong call to action (CTA) is essential to turn visitors into leads, but how do you come up... Continue Reading The post 20 Call to Action Examples that Create Instant Leads appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Tim Stoddart
  • Desperate Content Compels People to Click Away … Write Like This Instead November 18, 2020
    While drafting over the past week, I fell into the exact trap I set out to advise against in this... Continue Reading The post Desperate Content Compels People to Click Away … Write Like This Instead appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Stefanie Flaxman
  • Podcast Topics Listeners Love November 17, 2020
    You’ve probably heard that the podcast industry is growing at an alarming rate.  In 2006, just 22% of people had... Continue Reading The post Podcast Topics Listeners Love appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Tim Stoddart
  • 10 Emotion-Based Headlines that Work November 16, 2020
    Emotional benefits are critical to persuasive copy, but how do you naturally incorporate them into your writing? It’s one thing... Continue Reading The post 10 Emotion-Based Headlines that Work appeared first on Copyblogger.
    Sonia Simone
RSS Make a Living Writing
  • How to Get Referrals Without Asking: Use This Pro Writer’s Hack November 25, 2020
    The post How to Get Referrals Without Asking: Use This Pro Writer’s Hack appeared first on Make a Living Writing.
    Evan Jensen
  • Wrist Pain From Typing? You’re Probably Not Doing THIS November 22, 2020
    Do you get wrist pain from typing? You know…first there’s a little cramping in your wrists and fingers. Maybe a burning sensation, tingling, numbness, or weakness. And you’re thinking, “I don’t have time for this.” Because you’ve got deadlines, assignments, more freelance marketing work to do. And then there’s the crush of email. So you […]
    Evan Jensen
  • Fake News and Freelance Journalism: Tools to Save Your Career November 18, 2020
    We live in a world of dueling realities today, when it comes to media. If you're trying to do freelance journalism, your job just got a whole lot harder. Even harder than it is for staff writers at newspapers. Once, the Fourth Estate -- the 'mainstream media' -- was a deeply trusted organ considered vital […]
    Carol Tice
  • Writing Tips: 14 AP Style Essentials to Level-Up Your Blogging November 15, 2020
    Finding and dusting off my tattered, circa 1990 AP Stylebook was the first smart thing I did when I took the plunge into blog writing. I needed a crash crash course on writing tips to get back in the game. I have a journalism degree and news writing experience, but had given up that career […]
    Editor
  • Get Paid to Write: 31 Buzz-Worthy Entertainment Markets to Pitch November 11, 2020
    Want to get paid to write about entertainment? Even before COVID-19 locked the country up, entertainment content absorbed plenty of space in the universe. Now people are home a lot more. They're hungrier than ever for ways to cure boredom, ward off worry, and be entertained. And that's actually good news for freelance writers. With […]
    Editor
RSS The Copywriter's Crucible
  • My Stack for Selling Supplements November 4, 2020
    My supplement campaign is gathering pace.  The sales letter is still being sculpted out of the ugly lump that was the first draft. But it’s getting close to being Prime Time ready so I can open up the traffic hose The post My Stack for Selling Supplements appeared first on The Copywriter's Crucible.
    Matt Ambrose
  • 7 Email Deliverability Tips for Getting in the Primary Tab October 25, 2020
    Last week was the penultimate call of my ‘Fast Track to A List’ mentorship program with Kim Krause Schwalm. And it was an eye opener, to say the least. Email deliverability expert Adrian Savage joined us as a guest. Adrian The post 7 Email Deliverability Tips for Getting in the Primary Tab appeared first on […]
    Matt Ambrose
  • Let’s sell supplements together September 30, 2020
    It’s a step many of us aspire to make in our copywriter’s journey… To go from ‘words for hire’ to ‘offer owner’. A step with a whole new set of challenges… But RICHER rewards too. Well, it’s a step I’m The post Let’s sell supplements together appeared first on The Copywriter's Crucible.
    Matt Ambrose
  • I paid $13,500 to join a Facebook group. Here’s why September 16, 2020
    If you’d told me a week ago I’d willingly spend $13,500 to join a Facebook group I’d of told you “you’re outta your darn mind!” But then Copy Accelerator Live happened. Over two days I got blown away by the The post I paid $13,500 to join a Facebook group. Here’s why appeared first on […]
    Matt Ambrose
  • 12 Point Checklist for Copy Reviews August 21, 2020
    What’s the best way to attract clients? To endlessly send cold emails until you get flagged as spam? Or to handpick 10 clients you REALLY want to write for… And then share ideas on how they can improve their conversions The post 12 Point Checklist for Copy Reviews appeared first on The Copywriter's Crucible.
    Matt Ambrose
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