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14 Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Blog

Blogging. Everybody’s doing it. Or are they? Well if they aren’t, they should be. Especially small businesses. Blogging is one of —if not the—most valuable marketing tools a business has to engage with its customers. Today’s blogs are pieces of … Continue reading

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The Price Is Right…or Is It?

Do you have trouble pricing your product or service? I know I do. I struggle to find the balance between what is fair and what the market will support. Sounds easy enough, right? So why do I live in fear … Continue reading

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What Makes Your Small Business Unique?

Every small business is unique. It has its own product or service, its own image or look and its own message. As a writer, I help business owners craft compelling communications that will resonate with their customers. When getting to … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Social Media Marketing

Let’s face it. We live in a society obsessed with social media. There’s Facebook, Instagram, Facetime, YouTube, Flickr, LinkedIn, Vimeo and Twitter. All of these impact the way we do business. So how do you know which ones are right … Continue reading

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Five Benefits of Hiring a Ghostwriter

New websites and blogs are emerging at a rapid rate. All of them are competing for that coveted number one spot in the search engines. What sets one site apart from the rest? In a word—content. People are hungry for … Continue reading

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Proofreading vs. Editing: Do You Know the Difference?

You just put the finishing touches on your latest blog post. Or maybe you completed your first novel. Now what? Should you hire a proofreader or editor? The difference between the two can be confusing. Here are some guidelines to help … Continue reading

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