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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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This is your brain on technology

I don’t know about you, but sometimes as I snooze I dream about a Twitter conversation or a Facebook post.  We’re so connected with our projects and our peeps (Tweeps!) 24/7, that it’s almost a relief when the power shuts down. What are we doing to our brains?  Plenty, according to Stanford researchers. An article […]

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Four Rules for Starting Your Business Blog

If you run a business, you ought to be blogging. Why? Because a blog does two things that your company’s static web page cannot: First it is a platform to continually tell your story, and second it establishes you as a thought leader in your profession or industry. Whether you are a global corporation, a […]

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