Are you one of the many people who get tripped up on what to write online? My biggest advice to you is simple: Just be yourself! Authentic copy is the key to increasing brand loyalty, building trust with your audience, and increasing your sales. I also provide three tips for learning how to write authentically.
You’ve probably heard that it’s important to have calls to action (CTAs) on your social media posts. But why? And what kinds of CTAs should you be using?
My latest blog breaks this all down!
Learning how to maximize your creative energy is an important entrepreneurial skill! In today’s blog, I’ll share how my daily schedule has changed since becoming a mom, and one actionable step you can take TODAY to conserve your valuable creative energy.
It’s no secret that LinkedIn is my favorite social media platform. It’s made a huge difference in the success of my business and my clients’ businesses. But, like any other platform, there are some tactics that work and some that don’t. Let’s talk about four tactics that I’ve found to be successful right now.
Are you drawing a blank when it comes to social media ideas for your small business? Let me help you out! Here are five steps for brainstorming fresh ideas.
Are you ready to get started building a network on LinkedIn but don’t know where to start? Or maybe LinkedIn seems intimidating? Never fear, Emily Writes is here with 5 simple steps to create a profile you’ll be proud of and make connections that last!
Social media can truly be a beautiful thing in our disconnected, jaded world. It helps us facilitate connections and relationships that otherwise wouldn’t be possible! Learn more about making real connections through social media in this week’s blog.
From the early days of Twitter and Facebook to the countless platforms out there today, it’s no question that social…
To finish out 2021, I have another excellent guest blog from one of the Emily Writes’ team members, Emily Eynon. Since the pandemic, working from home has become more popular. Emily wrote a great piece about how working from home allows her to obtain a work-life balance while still getting to work on projects that mean the most to her!
This week, I turned my blog over to another one of the talented writers on my team, Melissa Treacy. Working in the virtual space definitely has its upsides. But it can be hard to balance your work life with your home life when the Internet (and your work!) is there all of the time. Keep reading for some tips from Melissa on how to keep your sanity … and your boundaries!