We live in an age of content overload. Everyday, more than 4 million blog posts hit the blogosphere, with millions of content published on social networking platforms. Did I leave out those conversations on WhatsApp?
However, not every content is necessarily great, and magical enough to hold the readers’ attention the same way Cristiano Ronaldo gets you glued to your couch in his Juventus shirt.
If you are a marketer looking for inspiration to turbo charge your content marketing, grab a glass of wine. We have handpicked some of the most powerful blog posts that would bring out the Jeff Bullas in you in five minutes or less.
Let’s dig right in.
Every marketer wants to write compelling copies – whether it’s a newsletter, a business proposal, a social media post, blog post or copy for a video content. In this post, Jason Cohen reveals simple tricks to unlock the magic in your writing.
Let’s face it, there are writers and there are bloggers. As Neil Patel would show in this post, there’s far more to blogging (and making money from the craft) than just being a good writer.
In this post, you will discover why some good (and even great) writers struggle to succeed in the game as bloggers.
It’s not enough to craft a killer headline. “A great headline mixed with a lame opening,” says Brian Clark, “is like inviting someone into your house, only to slam the door in their face as they approach.”
Will they take to their heels or break into a smile?
We can bet that you have heard it over and again how important blogging is to your marketing success. This post will show you a simple formula for creating blog posts that deliver results. That’s not all. It comes with free templates you can rejig to create yours.
Your headline is the first and most important element of your content – whether it’s a blog post, news item, an email newsletter or a PR article. But how exactly do you craft headlines that get readers vibing to the sweet sound of your content?
Brian Clark will show you just how in this post.
How do you churn out great piece of content every week without breaking a sweat? Pamela Wilson has the answer.
And if you particularly value quality content over quantity, this post hold will you by the hand and walk you through the entire creation process.
Readers are increasily bombarded everywhere with loads of content. And the hurry to pull off the latest piece of content and hit the publish button can force many writers into (un)avoidable errors.
In these quick, easy steps, Arja Skrba reminds you of these needless mistakes and how to avoid them.