How to Immediately Become a More Productive (and Better) Writer

a small step to improve your writing today

You want to become a better writer.

I know this because you’re reading Copyblogger.

I also know that you fear becoming a better writer.

This I know because you must change to become better and to fear change is to be human.

But what if I told you that you only need to change one thing — one small thing — to achieve your goal of becoming a better writer?

Would you believe me?

You should. It’s not just theory; it’s science.

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Why Twitter’s True Value Has Nothing to Do with Your Followers


As an Editor-in-Chief, it’s your job to determine the best ways for you to use social media.

Do you use Twitter in a way that feels natural to you, or do you just follow the social media post formats that other people in your industry use?

The answers to those questions don’t particularly matter as long as your social media use helps you meet your goals.

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How Telling Great Stories Helped This Author Sell More Than 350,000 Books


With more than 350,000 copies of her self-published book Go for No sold, and more than 793 reviews on Amazon, Andrea Waltz has built a publishing empire that would make most aspiring authorpreneurs jealous.

This successful business parable draws an audience of targeted customers to her audio training programs and assists her in gaining valuable speaking engagements.

If you’re at all interested in learning how to build a lifestyle business around a great book, then this interview on Authorpreneur is one you will not want to miss.

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Your Top-to-Bottom Email Checklist: What to Include Before You Hit Send

Free checklist - send emails with confidence

It’s time for you to send an email to your list — but you’re scared silly.

Now that you’ve grown your mailing list beyond just your closest friends and family, sending emails to your subscribers has turned into a nail-biting experience.

When you’re sending an email, there are a lot of little details to remember — and those details can make or break the success of your email campaign.

Email mistakes are difficult to correct and can be costly or damaging to your reputation.

That’s why we’ve created a step-by-step checklist that contains the elements you need to think about before you send an email to your list. Think of it as a quality-assurance check for your marketing emails.

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3 Resources to Help You Create Exceptional Content that Grows Your Business

Copyblogger Collection: Create content that connects and converts

Content alone doesn’t grow your business.

Only the right type of content, combined with a focused strategy, has the power to connect with your target audience and inspire those individuals to take actions that help you achieve your business goals.

Do you know the difference between mere content and exceptional content that moves both your audience and your business in a positive direction?

This week’s Copyblogger Collection is a series of three handpicked articles that will show you:

  • How to use content marketing to achieve your business goals
  • How to produce remarkable content
  • How to offer tantalizing content samples that pre-sell your product

Don’t forget to join Brian Clark and Jerod Morris for their free webinar on Thursday, September 24, 2015 where they’ll walk you through a step-by-step strategy for using free downloads, courses, and member areas to create a great website experience that converts.

Space is limited, so grab your spot right now!

Register for Free: Create a Website Experience that Converts
with Free Downloads, Courses, and Member Areas

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How to Easily Find and Schedule Guests for Your Podcast


With the surge in popularity of the interview-based podcast, what can you, as a Showrunner, do to stand-out and be remarkable?

In this episode, Jerod Morris and Jon Nastor tackle this very question. In fact, this topic started as their listener question, but both of them felt that it deserved its own episode.

With Jerod’s sports podcasting background and Jon’s business podcasting background, this conversation touches on ideas that will help podcasters across a wide range of subjects.

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