I recently went through a transformation in my business – I cut my regular freelance load in half. It was a gutsy move and one that scared the dickens out of me. But a month later, I’m looking at a new freedom. I’m starting on some of my own info products and will be launching
It’s time for a 100-word rant – a new column. Last night, I was craving fries and ice cream. I’m blaming the kid growing in my belly. I don’t normally eat fast food.
I’ve been seriously neglecting my blog because I’m a writer. I’m so busy with my writing projects for other people that I’m way behind on my own writing.
If you ever interview one of your team members or an expert for your blog or newsletter, it’s not as simple as sending them a questionnaire and then posting it to your blog. There’s a strategy behind great Q & A posts. Here’s the quick and dirty guide to writing Q & A posts. The
I’m getting ready to launch my Content Confidential ezine. This twice-monthly newsletter will give you content marketing strategy ideas and insider tips for making your content more concise, compelling and creative. It’s short, sweet and totally share-worthy (like all content should be). Here’s a look at the focus of this poignant little paper. The Editorial Calendar
Yesterday, I was honored to have an article featured in Peter Bowerman’s newsletter – the Well-Fed E-Pub. You can see the current and every issue here. I just received a response to my article on Content Marketing 101 from a writer who is looking to make the plunge into freelance writing. She mentioned that she didn’t
I love homonyms. At first glance, the title of this post looks like I made a mistake, but I didn’t. The post is all about getting content with our content. When you become content (i.e. happy, laid back) with your content (info up for discussion/sharing with your audience), you’re walking on thin ice. Sure, formulaic