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Curation vs. Content: Why you need both

“Stand back everyone; I’m having an original thought!” Does it seem to you like the art of writing original content is gasping for oxygen? Curation (sharing other people’s content across social media streams) is becoming a science in itself. There are different schools of thought on curation strategy, and I’ve included some links below this […]

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The invisible thing you have to give your blog readers

I can’t not share this terrific post from one of my favorite blogger/writers. I’ve met Jon Acuff twice; once at a conference he was leading, and once when he so kindly reviewed my blog and offered great, insightful tips on how to better reach out to my readers. Jon is a national best-selling author, hosts […]

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“5 Essential Facebook Tricks for Freelance Writers”

If you are a freelance writer,  I strongly recommend you check out Carol Tice’s blog, Make A Living Writing. What I appreciate about Carol is her steel-sharpens-steel community of writers who encourage and educate writers in this career step where we can often feel alone in the freelance realm. With guest posts like 5 Essential […]

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Grammar Grab: Entitled, or Titled?

  “…And here is Justin Bieber’s brand new hit, entitled Love Me.” Wait a second, is his music really entitled to something? Is it truly deserving of all those shrieking girls, body guards and millions of dollars? From a grammar standpoint, no. People get titled and entitled mixed up all the time. Here’s the truth: […]

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