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6 Writing Mistakes You Might Be Making

Do-it-yourself writing for websites sounds like an easy process, but it’s fraught with pitfalls. Here are some common writing mistakes ...
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Are you better off now?

The words of President Ronald Reagan popped into my head today when I answered the NWTC graduate follow-up survey. Reagan ...
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Why You Should Ask Clients to Leave a Review

What to know a secret? I have discovered something that is super helpful in content marketing. To get to the ...
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Lions, Tigers, and Headlines, Oh My! Increasing Opens on Newsletters

Do you remember this memorable phrase from The Wizard of Oz: “Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My!” My husband, Bill, ...
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3 Steps to Writing a Catchy Professional Bio

If you believe your employees are your greatest asset, then the Staff Page of your website needs to reflect this ...
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First Day of School Jitters

As a mom of 2 kids, sending them off on the first day of school was always special, but the ...
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10 Tips for Succeeding in An Online Class

I remember the uneasy feeling I had when my work schedule interfered with the Customer Service class I wanted to ...
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Career Change: Top 3 Things I Learned

Today marks the 6-month anniversary of Writer to the Rescue, so I decided it’s time to reflect on my career ...
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Writing website content that sells

As a writer of website content, I help clients present messages that are true to their image. Image is so ...
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Campers show resilience at stormy 4-H camp

I took a break from work to spend four days volunteering on the waterfront at Camp Bird. I built sand ...
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