Monday, July 27, 2015

The Top Five: Best Writing-Related Articles from July 20-24

5. "The Difference Between Inbound Marketing and Outbound Marketing, and Why You Should Pick One" on Serious Vanity (Dana Detrick-Clark)

Link: http://bit.ly/1Jepu04

Everybody's talking about content marketing today, but did you know that there are two types to take into consideration? This post, with its accompanying videos, explains so you know which one will be most effective for your intended purpose.

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4. "Is the Future of Working Going Solo? More Companies and Workers Are Saying Yes" on The Record (Joseph Pisani)

Link: http://bit.ly/1QIdzf7

Did you grow up with the traditional 9-5 work arrangement? Perhaps watching your parents leave every morning and return every evening? How many people do you know who still fit that pattern today? Fewer and fewer, according to this insightful post. Are you, or will you be, one of them?

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3. "105 Tips to Make Your Blog Rock" on Jeff Bullas

Link: http://bit.ly/1eXSSdI

Many authors, businesses, corporations, non-profits, freelancers, and others today have blogs. Here's a fantastic, thorough list of doable things you can do, regardless of your industry or profession, to make sure that your blog is the best it can possibly be.

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2. "Developing the Romance in Your Romance Novel" on Virginia Kantra

Link: http://bit.ly/1MQE80P

If you write in one of the most popular fiction genres --- that would be romance --- then this post is for you. Learn about different levels of romance in relationships and, most importantly, how to incorporate those elements throughout your romance novel to ensure the utmost reader satisfaction.

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1. "9 Ways to Use Blogging to Rank in Local Search" on Forbes.com (Jayson DeMers)

Link: http://onforb.es/1Lcl2TU

Blogging has more uses than just to reach an audience with insight, tips, and reviews. How about turning blogging into a means with which to make sure your business comes up when customers search for your industry? Check out this article to learn more!

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There's the lineup for last week. What steps are you taking to improve your blog? Do you use inbound or outbound content marketing, and why? What current project are you working on these days?

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