It has never been so easy to publish and it has never been so easy to find the right audience for your words. In this post, you’ll find out about publishing platforms for ebooks and how to use social media to find an audience.
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Tips for business owners on how to outsource their content writing needs: where to start and how to handle a freelance writer.
Using the right forms of content marketing will get you results. Find out more about five types of content marketing and see if they’re right for you
So you’ve decided to write an ebook. Well done. Now comes the hard bit – actually starting it. At this stage of the game, it’s easy to feel you’re drowning under the weight of all you want to say. With so much material, how are you supposed to even make a start?
If you have a business and you need to build a new sales pipeline there are number of ways that you can generate completely new leads.
Many businesses are now looking for testimonials. Testimonials have many uses so most businesses will need variations of the same testimonial and will probably need testimonials from a number of businesses to create the “Wow Factor”.
I’ve created The 5 Ws of Writing an Ebook, to take you step by step through the process of putting your ebook together. We’ll begin with that classic question that’s fanned many a flame of genius.
The current mantra in SEO and web marketing is that content is king, but not everyone has the time or skills to craft compelling, SEO-friendly copy. If you need to hire content writers for your website, there are a number of ways to do so.
Hiring a copywriter can be quite a challenge for a business. It’s not simply a case of handing over a few press releases or your website plan. Copywriters take a partnership approach, working with you every step of the way to create sparkling copy.
Follow this three step plan and you’ll get the results you’re looking for from your copywriter.
When you line up your web agency for the first meeting or read their tender document, you’re hoping to be wowed a bit. You want to walk out of the presentation, having read their submission, and know full well that these folks can do the job for you. But are you being fair to them? Are you giving them enough information in your website brief about you and your business so they can bring their ‘A’ game to the table?