A few months ago, I started blogging semi-frequently.
I was spending lots of time planning, researching and writing each piece.
And it seemed to be working.
My web traffic was up, I was getting more enquiries and (don’t tell anyone) I was enjoying writing the posts.
‘I’ll keep this up.’ I said.
And then, those enquiries turned to work and, all of a sudden, I had no time to write my blog posts anymore.
The best laid plans of mice and men, right?
But, now I can see light at the end of the tunnel, I’ve decided that I need to come up with a way to make this blogging malarkey a little more sustainable.
That way, I can still get a post up, even when I’m really busy.
(Shameless plug klaxon: if you want to post regularly but find yourself posting sporadically or on a ‘when I get a chance to write one’ basis, why not have me do it for you?)
Here’s my solution:
A quick 60-second video giving you easy, practical tips to make your copywriting, content writing or any other kind of writing better in an instant. (As an added bonus, you don’t have to read me waffling on every week.)
So, without further ado, here is the first in a (hopefully) regular series of bite-size content.
(A Snack-a-Jack, if you will.)
How to write better content in 60 seconds:
PS, if you’re of an age where reading ‘All Filler, No Killer’ has got Sum 41 stuck in your head, I’m really, truly sorry.
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