Recently, I went on a weekend vacation to see family and I didn’t want to spend it working or writing. It’s been a couple of years since I went home and needed some time away. But in order to relax, I needed to write more than 7,200 words in one day. This is how I did it.
For the most part, keyphrases and terms play an integral role in the success of your blog. However, not everything you write needs to center around search terms. Sometimes it pays just to write to engage your current audience.
When writing blog posts, there are several key types that have great potential for engaging an audience. And today, I’ll dive into the top forms of content that work exceptionally well and how you can implement them on your own.
Whether you’re a freelancer or blogger, among the most difficult things is to proofread your own writing. And without taking time to verify your content, it could lead to losing clients and/or fans of your blog. Today, let me go over a few methods to help you.
Not every piece of content you create is going to be golden. There are going to be times when you write something that you’re not convinced is a quality piece. Should you trash poor content rather than publish it, even if you’re on a schedule?