How To Make Real Connections On Social Media

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.

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Why Content Marketing Matters: 5 Reasons to Use Content in Your Marketing Strategy

Here at Emily Writes, my team and I produce a lot of content for our clients. So, we may be a bit biased when it comes to answering the question of why content marketing matters… But the truth is in the data – and the numbers don’t lie! Here are 5 BIG reasons why you should use content in your marketing strategy.

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How I Created My 2022 Content Calendar

I created my 2022 content marketing calendar in about an hour. Here’s my step-by-step process.

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Why I Use Agorapulse to Manage My Social Media Accounts

If you manage social media accounts for a business or other organization, software like Agorapulse can bring a level of automation and sophistication to your efforts. I’d like to share why I chose Agorapulse over the myriad of other platforms, its capabilities and drawbacks, and whether or not I recommend it for you!

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How to Write a Thought Leadership Article for LinkedIn

Think of your favorite “thought leaders” in your industry. These are the people who are your go-to sources for all of the latest information and trends.

Wouldn’t it be great if YOU could become one of those go-to people? An industry thought leader?

In my blog this week, I break down how to write a LinkedIn article and why this is an excellent way to build your authority and start branding yourself as a true thought leader!

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Getting the Most Out of Your New Writer

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.

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