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I began writing online to help pay the bills shortly after my first child was born. It was convenient, manageable, and meant that I could be home to help my wife and son during those difficult first months. Now it's not just my income substitute, it's my career, and it could be yours too.
If you're a writer, blogger or entrepreneur, chances are that you have a need for content and business growth, and I'm here to teach you how to do it.
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Inbound Marketing STrategies
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Blogs, white papers, etc.
Social Media Management
Other than blogging, I can’t think of any other ways to establish myself as an [industry]thought leader through content marketing. If you could give me some ideas on ways that I can really brand myself through my content that would be great. I think my biggest issue is not knowing where to begin. I know[…]
I love being married to this beautiful dancer (Follow her choreography at FRAME). She inspires so much of my marketing and content writing; I am spoiled. Also, she’s beautiful, but sorry, where was I? Long-Form Content vs Short-Form Content I know many people discuss how long-form content is better. Long blogs get shared more, more[…]
It’s Saturday afternoon, and I have been listening to marketing webinars from several people. I was inspired by the difference between the two webinars. I wanted to give you some tidbits of advice that I learned from these webinars. Webinar One First I will review someone whose name I will not give. This marketer had[…]
Customers, friends, and fans are always asking me how to drive traffic to increase blog views, and I love coming up with unique solutions that don’t involve paying advertisement money. Some people like to use money for traffic at first, but I have thrown away good money after bad enough online to know that you need[…]
During my workshop, “Why Aren’t Ya Blogging?” one of the more common issues that small business owners face in crafting a quality business blog is the fact that they are so dang hard to finish. We business owners are a flighty lot: we have to balance sales calls, serving our customers, crafting content on our[…]
I have been busy preparing for a local business lunch and learn on Thursday, and one major item small business owners sometimes don’t understand is search engine optimization (SEO). Don’t get me wrong, getting found on search engines is more important than ever, but search engines are better than ever at finding you! 1. Search[…]
Here is a quick update on learning improvisation in The Art of Marketing. Enjoy. Follow The Writers Cue on WordPress.com
I was asked this last week: “As a business owner, do you set and keep hours, or do you hustle all day, every day? ” This question has often haunted me. In 2005, I sold books with Southwestern Advantage in Flint, MI. We started selling before nine a.m. and finished after nine p.m. Monday, Tuesday,[…]
Grab a phone, find something you want to say, and take ten minutes to go do it! For example: Follow The Writers Cue on WordPress.com
Are you an average reader/writer? The following list are areas that I think only a true aficionado of the written word will understand and get joy from. This is me when I got my polo shirt from Blogmutt after selling more than 100 blog posts on their platform: Do you think you have what it[…]