Category Archives for Writing Content

4 Secrets To Writing Good Content, Fast!

4 ideas to write great content fast

Your content is your livelihood. So whether you’re using your content to pull in traffic or you’re selling content to fill up your bank account with cash, your business depends on your ability to create a lot of good content. And the faster you can create this content, the more quickly you’ll enjoy the extra […]

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The Secrets of Writing a “Grab ‘Em By The Shirt Collar” Headline

secret of writing great headlines

POW! That’s the sound of a dynamite blast. You can bet anyone within earshot is going to stop what they’re doing and give their full attention to the source of the blast… right? You bet. And that’s why you need to create sales letter headlines and email subjects that go POW! These are headlines that […]

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How To Write a Compelling Product Review

how to write a persuasive product review

If you’ve built a good relationship with your blog readers or newsletter subscribers, then a product review is one of your best sales tools. And that’s because – A product review sells the product without you having to make a direct pitch. It’s a way to sell to people without having people get the feeling […]

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4 Steps to Create a Great Outline for Great Content

come up with a great outline for great articles

One of the keys to creating a great piece of writing is to start by creating a great outline. And yet many writers completely overlook this step, particularly when they’re writing short pieces like articles and reports. However, creating a good outline ensures you focus your writing on the most important topics, which makes the […]

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How to Write a Really Great and Engaging BLOG Post

how to write great blog posts

You’ve heard the typical advice for writing a blog post or an article, right? It goes a little something like this… Write an introduction that tells readers what they’re going to learn. Use the main post to deliver on the promises you made in the introduction. Create a conclusion that reminds people of what they […]

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