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Five Content Creation Myths You Need to Let Go

  • March 17 2015
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Creating content for your website or blog can sometimes seem like a tedious task. With all of Google’s rules it can also almost seem impossible. Don’t let all of the rules and regulations scare you away from posting the content you want and need. Even when the thought of writing that next blog post or creating that next slideshow makes you cringe, it is important to know that things are not always what they seem when it comes to posting on the internet. Meaning, what you once thought you could not do online may be the norm now, and what was ok to do yesterday may not be such a good idea today.     1. Self-Promotion is Bad You are running a business, so while it is important to promote Read More

The Secret to Generating Natural Links in Your Post

  • March 13 2015
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It’s every SEO’s dream that they could simply press ‘publish’ and then go on with their day while accumulating dozens of links. Although this may seem too good to be true, there is in fact a way to do this—by writing content that will do the work by building links for you. If you are having trouble getting natural links then you may believe that your content just isn’t good enough, and that you have to be willing to write link-bait articles. However, this isn’t the case, as you must keep in mind that the quality of your articles is only one small piece of the whole story, and link bait articles are not very effective. So what is the secret to gaining natural links on your content? Read More

6 Major Differences Between Writing Articles and Blog Posts

  • March 10 2015
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Website content is comprised mainly of articles and blogs. The important thing to understand is that the two are not interchangeable. Articles are a more formal version, similar to what you would find in a newspaper or magazine, while blog posts are less formal and more “conversational.” You will hear more personal stories and opinions in a blog than you would in an article. Both formats will get the point across, but the content will be misconstrued if the proper guidelines are not followed for one or the other. In the freelancing world there is much confusion surrounding these two content types, which is why it is important to distinguish between the two.   1.  Point of View   One Read More

7 Best Writing Apps for Your iPad

  • March 6 2015
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Increasing amounts of people are utilizing mobile devices, namely IPads, in order to write content. Luckily, there are a bunch of new apps that make it surprisingly easy to write while you’re on the run. Here are seven of the best writing tools in order to get the most out of your writing when it comes to using your iPad.   Pages This is the very first app specifically designed for iPads to hit the app store. It was designed by Apple, and gives you a very nice and clean writing interface. You can go full-screen mode in order to write without any distractions. You also receive basic editing tools, tables, nice templates and image placement.   Clean Writer If you are a minimalist then Read More

Handling Hot Topic Writing Issues

  • March 2 2015
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Some people are able to write on controversial topics like breastfeeding, circumcision or spankings and proceed to host a very thoughtful discussion within their comment section. On the other hand, other bloggers write about the exact same topics and end up dealing with a full on brawl on their site. Luckily, there are some specific things that bloggers can use in order to help them tackle hot topic issues without raising the collective blood pressure of their readership. Writing on hot topic issues can be very beneficial to a blog, however it must be done correctly. Here are several steps you can take in order to write well on any controversial topic.   Know Your Audience  Keep in mind Read More

15 Celebrities That Got Busted for Using Ghostwriters

  • February 27 2015
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 The idea of taking work that is not your own and assuming credit for it probably seems like a foreign idea to many people. In reality, however, this phenomenon is startlingly widespread among celebrities and takes many forms, including the composition of song lyrics, articles, cookbooks, novels, autobiographies, and even tweets.   1.   Gwyneth Paltrow Known best for her roles in movies such as Shakespeare in Love (1998), The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999), and The Royal Tenenbaums (2001), Gwyneth Paltrow is an accomplished film and stage actress, singer, and blogger. In 2011, after spending a purported three years in production, Paltrow released her first cookbook, entitled My Father’s Read More