How to Develop an Unforgettable Voice in Your Writing

    by Neil Patel

    Date

    August 28, 2014 at 7:00 AM

    develop_writing_voiceTo be a successful writer, you must possess an unforgettable voice. This is the mysterious “knack for writing” that people talk about. It’s not just about stringing words together in a pretty way. It’s about having a voice that is powerful, unique, and unforgettable.

    Cultivating a voice isn't easy, but it's possible.

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    8 Clever Ways to Triple Your Content Output (and Traffic)

    by Justin Mares

    Date

    August 26, 2014 at 2:00 PM

    repurpose_contentWe all do it: spend hours thinking of topics, craft artisanal headlines, and wait for the sudden influx of new customers to flood in after reading our blog masterpieces.

    Unfortunately, the sudden flood rarely happens. Too often, our ideal customers don’t find the content we release on our blogs.

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    Why You Need to Stop Neglecting Your Old Content

    by Pamela Vaughan

    Date

    August 19, 2014 at 6:00 AM

    neglected_contentRaise your hand if this sounds familiar ...

    As an inbound marketer, you work hard to keep your content engine going. You publish new blog posts, launch new ebooks, and produce new webinars regularly. You rinse and repeat, pumping valuable time and resources into new content creation to keep your blog fed and your offers fresh. 

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    A Short Rant About Content Strategists

    by Corey Eridon

    Date

    August 18, 2014 at 6:00 AM

    office-space-memeI've been not writing this post for a long time.

    What I mean by that is -- I've had this post in my head for a long time, but I couldn't think of a way to write it without alienating a lot of people. I might still alienate a few here, but I think I found a productive way to say what I've been thinking about for a while now

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    How to Create Content That Sells [SlideShare]

    by Ginny Soskey

    Date

    August 12, 2014 at 8:00 AM

    content-that-sellsWhen most of us think about creating content for a businesses, we tend to think about the content that helps generate awareness or new leads. This type of content isn't self-promotional -- you typically use it to answer industry-related questions and address topics that'll attract people to your website, entice people to follow you on social media, and spur visitors to give over their information to receive a free offer. 

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