A new calendar year is the perfect time to reflect on your business and set fresh goals to accomplish in the upcoming months. One of the things you should make time to review? Your website! Here are my biggest tips on why and how often you should update your website copy.
Just because you CAN do something in your business doesn’t mean you should. This applies to written content for your business, too! So let’s talk about five practical ways that you can effectively work with a blog ghostwriter.
Are you underestimating the power of blogging? Small businesses around the world are tapping into blogs as a way to grow their business. Keep reading to find out how your blog can enhance your content marketing plan and help you take your business to new levels.
In today’s online world, setting up a website isn’t that difficult. There are a variety of tools, both free and paid, that will help you. But crafting the copy for your website is slightly more difficult. Check out this week’s blog for my tips on exactly how to use your copy to stand out from the crowd!
How often should you update the copy on your website? I’ve put together four questions to help you decide!
One month prior to leaving my full-time corporate job for good, I built my website. Now it’s not perfect by…
Have you recently hired a contracted content writer? Congrats on that great decision!!
I’m here to tell you that a successful, long-term relationship is possible. Here are my four best tips for getting the most out of your new writer.
As a creative person, it can sometimes be difficult to “force” creativity when I’m not feelin’ it… but still have to deliver.
So over the years, I’ve come up with some tips and tricks that help me stay productive. Here are my top five productivity tips!
Staring at a blank page can be the worst feeling in the world. I’m not immune to this phenomenon. At least once a week, I start working on a project and find myself stuck. Overcoming writer’s block isn’t as simple as waving a magic wand, but here are some techniques I have found to be pretty darn effective.