Bloggers have a community of readers who count on your witty and interesting articles. But some days, you just don’t feel like writing. Your creativity is waning and the last thing you want to do is write one more blog entry. However, when you get into a creativity rut or just need motivation to put your fingers to the keyboard, there are some tips you can try to get the creativity flowing. Try these four proven tips to help you get away from writers block. Read More
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Writers block: This happens more frequently than I am remotely comfortable with. The time when you find SEO copywriting the easiest is when you first start your career in this field. Your whole life up until that point is full of stories, events, insights; things that you feel have enough value to be of public interest. A lot like the embryonic stages of a relationship. Everyone has lots to share and catch up on in the honeymoon period but when that period expires, you move into the comfort zone whereby little communication is expended or even needed. With SEO copywriting, communication is always needed. It is the only fundamental rule of SEO copywriting! What can you do to keep your experiential outlook refreshed, and in turn, publishing kick-ass content? Read More
Writerâ€™s block can happen to anyone.Â Â It could happen to me right now as I write this post.Â Â But there are several things you can do to get out of it and to come up with some captivating topics that your readers will enjoy.Â And even if you donâ€™t get writerâ€™s block it can be difficult to know exactly what to write about next.
Once you know your audience you can move on to the next step of finding something to write about.Â Here are some helpful tips that I use all the time. Read More
No! Perhaps you are just a perfectly “normal” blogger struggling for content ideas. Because when you are stuck, sometimes there’s no better way to slip free than to pretend you are someone else.
When I am behind the 8-ball on ideas, I slip on another outfit…another perspective…another person! That’s right, on occasion, I’m a 100lb. vegan woman writing in a pink dress. Read More
As a blogger you already know that hunting down original topic ideas can be the most time-consuming part of your day.Â Aside from checking the usual news sources, there are several other places to check for subjects – and with these websites – you might even “scoop” the big boys.Â Being first isnâ€™t always best, but when it comes to the blogosphere, I have often found that it never hurts.
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PRNEWSWIRE: In business for over 50 years, organizations both new and old rely on PRNewswire to spread their message on the Web.Â The homepage always has three timely topics.Â For example, today you’ll find releases related to the Fourth of July, the Gulf oil spill, and the 2010 World cup.Â You can search for products and services or browse by industry, popularity or media type (audio, video, etc.). Read More