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#BGB Tutorial- Writing Content that Converts

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This guest post is brought to you by Steven.  Since we’ve been talking writing and content the past week or two, I thought we’d continue the trend. Steven shares with you some of his tips for writing shiznet that converts. Converts to what you ask? Chocolate! Vodka! Wine! (OK, OK… just kidding.) Converts as in achieves the goal you set for it. Duh.  Ideally those goals...

#BGB Tutorial- 6 Ways to Turn a Drab Story into a Fab Story

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This is a guest post courtesy of Danny Levin. As a freelance writer myself with a voracious love of a good story, I thought it would be a great compliment to last weeks blog post.  As always feel free to drop any comments in the box below this post and if you celebrate it… Happy Early Turkey Day! 🙂 Whether you write books, marketing copy, or website content, telling a compelling story...

#BGB Tutorial- 14 Tips for Effective Website Content Writing

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This is a guest post courtesy of Ken with some very good tips for writing effective web content.  Please make him feel welcome by offering some of your own tips in the comments below.  The content of your website is more than sharing information with your visitors. The structure could impact how search engines react to the site and also affect your page ranking. However, there are...

6 SEO Myths that Stop You from Ranking in Google (Hint: There’s No Magic Involved)

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Howdy boys and girls. This is a guest post courtesy of Traian. You all know SEO is an important cog in the wheel of blogging successfully. However it’s possible you get a little too caught up in the morass to really be effective at it. I know I’ve been guilty!  Keep reading and allow Traian to lead you a better (read: less headache-y) path to SEO. Do you allow myths to take over your...

Much Ado about Nothing – Is Shakespeare’s Monkey Writing Your Web Copy?

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This is a guest post by Chris Hoole.  I wanted to publish this piece for a couple reasons. First and foremost, like Chris I am appalled at times at the quality of the web copy found on some sites.  It’s nothing but poor, regurgitated garbage, broken English, and not fit for human consumption. Pretty much as far from brilliant writing as you can wander really. Now that’s not to say...

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