Monday Motivation: How to Overcome Your Blogging Fears

How to overcome your blogging fears

I wanted to share an extra bit of motivation with you as you start your week. One thing I’ve noticed is that many bloggers struggle with fear. I understand that, more than you can imagine. In fact, it’s something that I’ve struggled with a lot on my own. Here are some of the common blogging…

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What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Blog About

What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Blog About

We all face times when we simply don’t know what to blog about. Sure, there are ways to keep track of ideas so that the problem of not knowing what to blog about (supposedly) never happens. But the reality is that even if you have an elaborate system of keeping track of blog post ideas,…

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How to Protect the Blog Posts You Write

How to protect your blog posts

I have a fellow writer friend who confided in me about how distraught she was about some of the sites that she writes for closing their doors. One site was Helium, and the other was Yahoo! Voices. This friend has a chronic illness that makes it impossible for her to hold down a job, so…

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How to Use Freewriting to Beat Writer’s Block

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I first started freewriting in the form of what Judith Cameron, of The Artist’s Way calls, “Morning Pages.” Up until that point, I had never really written random things intentionally. I’ll always appreciate Cameron for introducing me to the concept of Morning Pages, but now I do them any time of the day, and I…

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100 Posts in 100 Days: Are you Crazy?

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In today’s post I revisit a short portion of a podcast from long ago, because to date, it is one of the most inspiring interviews I’ve ever conducted. My guest was Ryan Hanley, an insurance agent turned content marketer, who, in spite of the people in his agency thinking he was crazy, embarked on a…

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Taking the Month of June Off

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Hey everyone! I hope your summer is off to a fantastic start! Mine has been busy, busy, busy and will continue to be for a bit. I’ve been in the middle of a very intense time (in a good way!) with one of my clients, and, much bigger news than that is that my daughter…

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The Top Low-Cost Email Autoresponder Services

top 3 low cost email autoresponder services

If you’ve spent any time whatsoever around anyone with an online business, or anyone with an offline business that is social media and Internet savvy, you’ve likely heard people say that they wish they had started building their email list sooner.   Whether you’ve heard that or not, you may be wondering what an email…

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How to Get Started with Webinars

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On this episode of the Professional Content Creation Podcast I interviewed Tom Treanor on the subject of how to get started with webinars. This interview was done with the webinar newbie in mind, so it’s for you if you’ve never done a webinar or if perhaps you’ve done a few but are still learning the…

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Why Even the Smallest Pieces of Content Really Matter

why smallest pieces of content matter

Most often when we think of the content on our website, we think of things like our blog posts. And in most cases, that is the main part of our content. But content is really anything that is on our site, and it’s important to consider how every piece of content on our website makes…

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#028: LinkedIn Essentials with Sarah Santacroce

LinkedIn Essentials

On this episode of the Professional Content Creation podcast, I interviewed Sarah Santacroce about LinkedIn essentials. Sarah is my go to person when it comes to this social platform that I’m on, but know little about. Whenever I have an LI question, Sarah is the one I go to. One of the services that Sarah…

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