Is Our Children’s Screen Time One of the Hottest Topics Of This Era?

A client was searching for a writer who is a parent to write for them about children’s screen time. I was commissioned to write a sample post. They wanted the post to be friendly and engaging and factual but not laden with research. (My initial more serious paragraphs clarified that for the client.) Most of […]

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A True Tale of How Content Strategy Made Day-Changing Magic

If This Search was Fruitless, They Would All Be Very, Very Hangry

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Not there yet? The secret of giving writing (or any) feedback

Comments must fit the purpose of the writing I have reviewed and revised much journalism, content and creative writing over the years and there is one comment I won’t make. I will never say nothing can be salvaged here. A piece of writing can be improved or it can be a helpful learning exercise, or […]

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Business Is An Ocean, Own Your Lane

What are your audience’s biggest questions?
That should be obvious in your content.

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All I need is a waterproof voice recorder. Have you made one?

I have my best ideas while in the sea or┬áthe shower. Persuasive, flowing stories┬álike no other has written channel through me lighting my soul And then with soapy water they rotate down the plughole. It happened to me today.   Has anyone invented a waterproof voice recorder?   By recalling the event here, I hope […]

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Is Everybody A Badass Now?

A couple or so years ago I signed up to an online fitness program that overcame a lifetime of excuses that I am not a gym person. I was tennis and a beach person and at various phases a hockey, windsurfing, dragon boating, cricket, squash and cycling person. The gym program was tough but brilliant. […]

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How To Write Your Content By Copying Feature Writers

https://thewritingbusiness.com/how-you-can-bring-feature-writing-authority-to-your-content/

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