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Mannerisms

In grammar, an adjective is a ‘describing’ word; the main syntactic role of which, is to qualify a noun or noun phrase, giving more information about the object signified.  Adjectives assign value to the words they modify. They tell you how you should feel about those words. The New York Times ran an article in June of 2012 in which they actually scolded themselves for overusing the […]

5 Super Easy Steps to Attract Blog Readers

5 Super Easy Steps to Attract Blog Readers

What is the second most important part of your blog after the title? Eugene Schwartz was one of the very best copywriters ever. We still “borrow” his material today. It was not uncommon for him to spend an entire week on the first fifty words of an ad–the headline and the opening paragraph. His specialty was direct-mail […]

Benefits of Blogging

Benefits of Blogging

Why do you blog? Everyone blogs for a different reason. Some want to express their ideas, some share family events or homeschooling insights, some blog their business, some blog for the attention it brings. While blogging can be time consuming and sometimes frustrating, it does bring many benefits to the blogger. Let’s explore some of […]

Where’s Your Heart? Part 1

Where’s Your Heart?   Part 1

Have you ever considered your reasons for wanting to blog? Is it because you really love writing, or you feel you have something to share with family, friends, or others. Maybe you like engaging strangers in debate. It’s fine to blog or want to blog because you have an interesting hobby or craft and want […]

Feeling non-committal? Try “Light-Blogging”

You want to start a blog. You really do.  But it seems so complex.  So time-consuming.  Maybe even a little bit boring.  You have things to say, but you aren’t sure how much.  And you aren’t sure you can write enough interesting things or ground-breaking content to make people actually want to stick around.  So […]

Where do Blogs, Twitter, and Facebook Fit In The Marketing Scheme?

Where do Blogs, Twitter, and Facebook Fit In The Marketing Scheme?

  I read the most interesting article today!  Over at WebProNews, Chris Crum writes that: Blogs Can Still Drive Big Traffic Here is what Chris said: You would almost think blogging was dead, the way headlines are dominated by Twitter, Facebook, and social media in general. I’ve always considered blogging to be a part of […]

Blogging Your Home Business

So, you have somehow managed to exit the rat race, eh?  No more rush hour traffic.  No more rushed lunch hours.  No more rushing home after work to spend a few quality moments with the family before dropping exhausted into bed.  No more rushing…period.  So what are you going to do with all that extra […]

Blogging Your Small Business

Blogging Your Small Business

Small business owners are constantly competing in an overwhelming market of corporate collateral.  Their competitive edge is often the personal touch they are able to offer vs. the aloof persona of a chain or large corporation.  The website of a small business owner can be a strong tool for making connections with potential and current […]

A Blog For Your Thoughts

A Blog For Your Thoughts

My recent interview with Christine Moers got me thinking.  She talked about using blogging as free therapy, and I think maybe she may have stumbled upon something.  Writing is incredibly therapeutic.  In fact, other than getting my fingers in the dirt, I can’t think of many other things that calm me as much as putting […]

A Little Blog Told Me

A Little Blog Told Me

So we are smack dab in the middle of the information age.  Some might say that we are drowning in information.  No one company, organization, or individual has control over how information is dispersed…we are living in an information free-for-all.  So why not get in on it?? Blogs provide an easy outlet for content creation.  […]

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