5 03, 2015
  • Blogging-eMarketing-Copywriter

Top 10 Tips on Blogging for Business

Did you check us out on Facebook? I'm excited to be sharing my expertise on blogging in March of 2015...so you definitely don't want to miss it, do you? There are entire schools of thought on blogging, and deciding which course of action to take is almost impossible. As a professional copywriter I have written

8 10, 2014
  • Copywriter for Deodorant Commercials

Is Your Negative Copywriting a Sales Turn-Off?

Image Source: http://www.dumpaday.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/lazy-dog-funny-pictures.jpg Copywriting sales pages is tough enough. You want to sell your stuff, you have a quota you're usually expected to meet, and, well, for many of us, if we don't succeed, we don't eat. The catch is fairly simple here; you will try anything to bring in those leads. This

1 10, 2014
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3 Signs You Need an Editor (Not a Blog Writer)

image source: chipkidd.com Not everyone benefits from having a blog writer on their team. While a copywriter can increase your sales, ensure that content gets published, and give you great exposure, this can only happen if you let them work their magic. You see, copywriters aren't project managers or creative directors. They are

29 09, 2014
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Marketing & Sharks (Are Closer Than You Thinkā€¦)

A few months ago, a client canceled his SEO blogging service with me. He said he was not seeing the immediate ROI. On the one hand, he could walk into a pawn shop, use that money to buy a thing, and then resell that thing, making his money back. On the other hand, as a

3 09, 2014
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Don’t Copywrite “At” Your Audience

image source: www.quickmeme.com What's the difference between a good story and a bad story? A good story draws in the audience, speaks to them personally in some way, and closes with a little lesson on life. Some stories are funny. Others are sad. But every single good one has something in common; it

1 09, 2014
  • making-money-blogging

10 Copywriting (and Blogging) Revenue Streams

image source: glasbergen.com Freelance marketing and copywriting becomes a completely different game when you intend to make a living from your work. And I don't mean an, "I eat spaghetti every night" living. I mean a salary that replaces or comes close to your market value in the real world - so you

29 08, 2014
  • 'Unfortunately, we were a little off-target again this quarter.'

What’s Your Blog Writing Goal?

image source: shutterstock.com Blog writing seems easy enough; think of an idea, dump it on the page, hit publish. And if it were really that easy, well, we'd all be shining examples of how to blow up your business with blogging. In fact, blog writing has become a competitive, non-stop example of how

4 08, 2014
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Is Blog Writing a Waste of Time?

image source: glasbergen.com Blog writing started out as a web log. Thousands of people jumped on line to offer a "dear diary" viewpoint on everything from relationships to politics. And while that blog writing had it's time and place, something else happened. People realized they could generate a hefty revenue if their readers

25 07, 2014
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6 SEO Blogger Rules of Etiquette

image source: glasbergen.com As an SEO blogger, I've written hundreds of teeny little blogs, and big bad ones. I've worked for bosses who said, "Just hit publish..." and others who suggested, "Can we also change..." No matter what your intended course of action, the industry of online marketing continues to shift and change.

10 07, 2014
  • freelance-marketing-habits

7 Successful Freelance Marketing Habits You Need

image source: changeitupediting.com Why is my freelance marketing business thriving? Quite frankly, it's because I work hard, and I've developed awesome habits that ensure my success. I thought I would share a few of my favorite freelance marketing tactics that are quick, easy, and keep you involved with your market in a meaningful