“Speak to your audience. Give your readers what they want. Keep it brief. Rule of three…” Yeah. Enlightening. You’ve heard all of that before, haven’t you? Hundreds of times. The closely guarded secrets of the superstar bloggers. Secrets so secretive, that you read them thirty times a week on sixteen different blogs. Well if you’re […]
I’m fine with people leaving comments here because they want a link, so long as they contribute to the conversation. However, if you’re just copy and pasting from a generic template, you’re not getting added. If you copy and paste in your multiple choice template and forget to delete as applicable, you won’t get a […]
The longer you rattle on about a product or service, the more chance you have of the client getting bored. Be brief and focussed – that way you can be sure the reader is going to carry on to the end. Kick off with an intriguing headline. Then outline the issue your product or service […]
Make sure you read this quickly. I’m not sure how long it’ll stay up before the CIA, Illuminati and those Lizard Men that David Icke dribbles about will find this and shut it down.
The information I have to share with you is so sensitive, I dare not put it on the front page of my website. So check who’s standing behind you, run your spyware filter and prepare to clear your cache.
Hi there. You don’t know me too well, but maybe you should. I’m your audience. I’m the guy who subscribes to your blog via RSS, retweets your posts and leaves you the odd comment. But let me tell you a secret. I’m doing those things more out of habit at the moment. Why? Because your […]
I know it’s good form to avoid clichés wherever possible, but we’ve all had days when we know we need to pick up a pen or settle in at the keyboard and just don’t feel creative. Luckily, bloggers the world over have developed cunning methods that allow them to put out a few hundred words of decent, usable content without the effort of re-inventing the wheel. We just open up the clichés folder and let her rip.
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