Last weekend we took a look at resources to help you write email marketing copy. This week let’s stick to the overall copywriting theme but narrow down our focus to calls to action. Here are three resources that can help you when designing or writing effective calls to action for your blog, freelance writing projects, or other marketing copy. Enjoy! The 7 Qualities of an Eye-Catching
Whether you’re interested in staying in touch with freelance writing prospects, your blog’s readers, or readers of your books, having an email list is a smart idea. But what you send to your email subscribers is as important as building your list. That’s what keeps subscribers interested, and it’s that email marketing copy that converts casual readers into buyers, community members, or whatever else you’re hoping for.
Today marks not only my last working day of the year, but also the last All Freelance Writing Podcast episode of 2014. Episode 5 picks up where episode 4 left off, with more tips on keeping your blog active even while you take a holiday. In this episode I share tips on not only keeping your blog fresh with new content while you take time
Have you ever visited a blog that didn’t give you any background information in the form of an About page? I have. And I always find that frustrating as a new visitor. I want to know what I should expect if I invest more time in browsing that blog. Today let’s talk about how you can avoid being one of these mysterious bloggers who publishes no background