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Creating ‘Craft Content’ for Remarkable Business Results…

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The term “craft” is a modern trend indicating something that’s been put together with care, appealing to select palates. In my town, we have craft beer, craft pickles, craft cheeses, craft spirits, and other artisanal goodies that take time to make. If you want something carefully made and distinctive in ...

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Permission to Slow Down…

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A few months ago, I had the immense good fortune to get invited to display my first motorcycle project at a popular show where I live in Portland. Just finishing the bike was a huge accomplishment for me, so this invitation to the show was a dream come true. In ...

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Why the Term ‘Experimental Art’ Makes Me Laugh…

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All of the definitions of “experimental art” that I could find were pretty vague. Which was great, because they supported my position that the term “experimental art” is a bit laughable. Since I don’t have a concrete summary that explains what experimental art is, let’s look at the definition of ...

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Serious Writing Advice for a Foolish Week…

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I may be the last person who really enjoys April Fools’ Day … maybe because I was already a fan of taking a moment to fact-check what you find on the internet. Copyblogger has a long tradition of celebrating the first of April with a bit of nonsense. Stefanie Flaxman ...

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Announcing: A Breakthrough Resource for Your Content Creation…

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Finally, after years of clumsy, clunky automated tools for “spinning,” scraping, regurgitating, and extruding low-quality content, we’ve found a solution. This resource produces sharp, smart, audience-engaging content every time. Over time, it even calibrates itself to produce more effective headlines, to tailor content to the precise needs of your audience ...

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How to Use the ‘Rule of Three’ to Create Engaging Content…

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What’s so magical about the number three? It’s no accident that the number three is pervasive throughout some of our greatest stories, fairy tales, and myths. It’s also no coincidence that some of the most famous quotes throughout history are structured in three parts, nor is it surprising that the ...

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Does Your Content Spark Joy? Try These Handcrafted Tips for Quali…

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Sonia Simone is co-founder and Chief Content Officer of Copyblogger. She writes about content marketing strategy here, and about creativity, the craft of writing, and creative productivity at Remarkable Communication. If you like audio content, you can hear Sonia’s takes on marketing and business on the Copyblogger FM podcast. Source ...

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Craft a Deliciously Effective Content Marketing Strategy with a F…

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If you’re in the mood for a special dinner and you have a farm-to-table restaurant in your city, it might be one of your favorite options. The farm-to-table movement promises locally sourced, fresh, delicious things, prepared with care and served enticingly. I’ve recently started using “farm-to-table” to describe my approach ...

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