#BGB Tutorial- 14 Tips for Effective Website Content Writing


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...

Online Copywriting Tips for Beginners – How to Craft Killer Copy Without Really Trying


This is a guest post courtesy of Clare with some great tips for writing your own web copy. While it’s fab (and highly recommended) to hire a pro writer for help with your web copy (and other marketing materials), sometimes it’s simply beyond the budget.  At least for now. (Right?! Wink, wink, nudge, nudge.)  When that’s the unfortunate scenario, don’t despair. You CAN be a...

BGB’s Entrepreneurial Readers Who are Rockin’ It


So you may or may not be aware that I have been “attempting” to participate in the ProBlogger 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Challenge, (Yup that’s an affiliate link!) with the SITSGirls and BlogFrog communities. I say attempting, because even with all those folks participating, I am still about 10 days behind! Regardless, I figured I’d start where everyone else is at and work my way...

Why Guest Posting is Fun in 200 Words or Less…


Photo by NanjoKoji OK so I’ve been a bit busy this week playing catch up after being sick with the shingles.  Please forgive this short and sweet post, and I promise I’ll give you something more substantial in a day or two. Anyhoo… here’s why guest posting is fun in 200 words or less. I get to make new friends.  And some interesting ones. I get to find new readers.  And...

And the Winner Is!


OK, so after much ado about nothing, I’m announcing the winner of the “Oh So Lucrative” $10 contest! First though, thanks to all of you who took the time to introduce yourselves and come out of Lurksville.  It was fun, and I got to see that more than just my Mom secretly stalks me! 😉 Luckily no restraining orders are needed quite yet, so I feel quite safe. After mucho deliberation, I decided that...

Hello. My name is. Wha??? SLIM SHADY!!- Oh Wait.. I mean Cori!


So what’s your name? OK ladies and gents… I know many of you are subscribed to BGB’s newsletter (hint: the sign up box is over to the left!), as well as RSS and Email. .. so I KNOW you’re reader’s of mine!  (Yep, your secrets out!) However, only a handful of you have made yourself known to the rest of us by commenting (which I totally appreciate by the way!!!) and...

Dear Twitterheads- Ya’ll Are Awesome!


Coffee and Convo... Let's Chat!

I created this post because, let’s face it… you really can’t get to know someone in a 140 characters or less. And that’s kind of crappy because the point of Twitter is to connect, get to know people, and build relationships! So to that end, I thought I’d post a little about me so that you can dig around and see a bit of what makes me tic.


Cori (that's me!) is a wildly hire-able freelance writer as well as the creative brains and dubious brawn behind this blog you're reading right now, My Name is Cori, & Salt, Light, and Faith. Oh and you might also call her an author. Visit C.B. Stone Books for more.

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The best compliment that I can pay Cori is to simply say that “she gets it”.

She works extremely hard to capture the written “voice” that will define your business. Cori intuitively knows how to deliver your message in a voice that is both creative and effective. As a newly-minted small business owner, I rely heavily on both her counsel and her expertise. And on top of all of that, she’s hilarious!

Marian Rembert, VAforNonProfits.com

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