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What's everyone's take on writer's block? There were some years where I struggled to make the words come. I would sit at my computer, staring aimlessly at a blank screen and end up on Fackbook browsing my news feed. Some familiar? I'm not sure if I believe in blocks though, because I can usually dig myself out of it. Here are some causes that stops me from writing or blogging: Too many options and not enough focus when it comes to topic Fear that my writing will be criticised and that it has to be perfect Editing as I write Just not feeling like putting fingers to the keyboard Feeling uninspired and chaotic But what I found was working with structure, frameworks and outlines can really keep the flow. Reading others work and studying headlines can get you inspired. What is your secret to getting in the flow? How do you overcome this "block". PS Writing online should also have a purpose. And this post is no exception. More on that soon ...
Hey all, Thought I'd share my latest blog post. It's very brief and illustrates 15 pieces of content you can create. http://markofapproval.com/15-proven-content-types/ Content creation is king in the eyes of the web these days. It also builds up trust and credibility and makes it easier for people to make a decision to hire you. Some pieces include: Blog posts (E)books Step by step Guides Infographics Kits Please also note that you can repurpose one piece of content into another. Please feel free to ask for more information on the individual content pieces. For example, a kit is like a toolkit. It could have a step by step guide with code snippets for WordPress and a plugin resource list. You can also use PLR to help extract ideas. I'm actually starting a 30 day content creation challenge to teach people how to write content faster, more accurately with more pizzazz. Remember, a website is nothing without good content.
I know this article was written at the end of 2012, but the list of ideas could be very helpful for a new VA starting up and wondering about ideas on marketing their business. These ideas are for content marketing. Check it out! Just about every marketer I’ve run into over the past month has been working on 2013 planning and budgeting. In many cases, they are searching for innovative content ideas. In that spirit, below is a pretty diverse list of content marketing ideas you may want to consider executing for next year. Develop and refine your content marketing mission statement. Find one or multiple partners and launch a content marketing project together (read Brandscaping for more insight). Finish reading the rest of the article here: http://contentmarketinginstitute.com/2012/11/42-content-marketing-ideas-for-2013/ What content marketing have you tried and what has been the result?? Cathy