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Act Now – Not Later!

One of the goals you have for your sales copy is to compel the reader to make a decision now. All too often, copy builds an excellent case for considering the product, but does not follow through with that little added extra that pushes the prospect off the fence and into making a decision to buy. Here are a three basic ways to make sure your prospect does not get away, and becomes a devoted customer. First, don’t assume that your...

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Children and Blogs Safety

I have strongly urged parents to allow their children to blog. I believe it can help develop their technological, social and writing skills. In a world that is becoming smaller everyday due to technology like the internet, it is important our children have a strong basis in it. That said, you have to be careful because blogging by children can be dangerous. Follow these four tips and you will make blogging a safe and fun activity for your...

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Narrow It Down – But Not Too Much

One of the best things that you can do for your business whether it’s online or offline is to make yourself be seen as an expert in the field. Having that sort of weight behind you draws potential customers because they can sense that you know what you’re talking about when it comes to your line of work. It keeps current customers coming back because they can be confident in your products and services. This is why having a reliable blog...

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Common Blog Mistakes

If you are a blogger and you want to do the best you can then this article will help you avoid five costly mistakes. No one is perfect but everyone should be able to cut down on the mistakes below. These are not accidents, they are willful transgressions that will hurt your bottom line. Clean up these mistakes and you will already be far ahead of the pack. 1. Not proof reading: A simple mistake but it can definitely make you look bad....

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How To choose Your Taglines

Don’t turn your search for the perfect name or tag line into a popularity contest! Two instances of this have crossed my path recently. First, someone I know asked people to vote on the best title for a forthcoming book. That’s unwise, because what people say they like in a book title: * Doesn’t necessarily distinguish the book from others * Isn’t necessarily clear, sellable and free of negative connotations *...

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