Tag: writing content

5 Lies about Writing: Don’t Believe the Hype

There are so many lies about writing, most natural writers are afraid to admit it is their dream job. Instead of allowing those lies to scare you away, dig a little deeper and find that it’s not as hard to do as you may imagine. When people begin talking about their careers, there are a lot of lies told. For… Read more →

Suck It Up Buttercup! 2 Ways to Get Content for a Website

Yes, there are ways to get content for a website without having to write a word! The next business step for most small business owners is to get a website. Many are surprised to learn getting content for a website can be harder to do than they thought. Many new webmasters think they can squeeze an article or 2 into… Read more →

I Learned My Content Titles Suck!

This week, I learned that while my content was good, my titles SUCK! I have been hard at work, writing, researching and posting. Doing my normal thing to keep my dreams alive and I didn’t think anything of it. I received a notification from a reader with some wonderful insight. The commenter said, “Your titles SUCK. You need to work… Read more →

Writing Content is Like Balancing a Checkbook

Writing Content Requires Balance and Consistency Writing content is like balancing a checkbook. It is funny to think of writing like that but it is true. In order for a blog or website to be effective, writing has to be done regularly and with precision. There is no other way to bring a blog to life. Why a Checkbook? Anyone… Read more →

The Thoughts of a Client are Necessary for Great Copy

When it comes down to it, great copy will not happen without the help of the client. Most people think all they need is to find a great writer and all their copy worries are over. That’s not entirely true. Any experienced copywriter will tell their clients they need a bit of information so they can give them what they… Read more →