One of the most important skills you can learn when trying to improve your copy-writing is the art of persuasion. Using persuasion with words is a skill that you can learn if you understand how to do it and it will ultimately improve every aspect of your content marketing. Let’s go over some common persuasive writing techniques used by the pros. Ask Rhetorical Questions This is a question that you
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Launching an advertising campaign that spurs word of mouth activity is no easy feat. Most of the TV ads seen running day after day are created with that exact goal in mind, but how many of those are actually memorable or worth talking about? Not many… There are a few basic ingredients that can be used to create an advertising campaign that gets people talking. Not all of them have
The Internet is not a safe place and one thing everyone knows is that you’ve got to be careful when it comes to protecting your private information. There are many people out there who want to obtain your information and use it for their own personal gains. This means you have to be extremely careful as you seek to avoid this. If you’re trying to play it safe while surfing
When you purchase private label articles (PLR) it’s important that you know how to make them your own. Most PLR is written in a very general format without much thought to the specific audience that the articles are meant for. That’s where you come in. You need to make the PLR your own so that you can get the most out of it. Change the Titles Start with changing the
Being the proprietor of an online business, you may have noticed the competition getting a little more aggressive. In these tough economic times, all business owners need to find and keep their customers coming to them instead of the underdog. It might just be the right time to start winning your online customers over with these handy tips. 1) Attractive web design, informative content and easy website navigation are all
We all know that interruptions can take a chunk of productive time out of our day, but many don’t realize how much time they actually consume. Sure, you might only spend five minutes on the phone, or talking to a co-worker, but then it takes you another minute to get back to your desk, get comfortable, get yourself concentrating and back on track. Even if it’s not a lot of