If you’ve read my recent posts on why content upgrades matter and how to optimize your results with them, you know why your blog needs content upgrades. But you may still be in the dark about how to actually make
6 content upgrade tips that will skyrocket your email list + free fillable checklist cheat sheet
If you want to grow your email list at more than a snail’s pace, you can’t rely on having just one generic lead magnet that you’ve plastered all over your site. Instead, you need to create content upgrades—lead magnets that
How to work smarter with these 9 writing productivity tools + free tool list
Content is key for generating leads and nurturing your relationship with potential customers. The problem is that you’re a busy person – you have work to do, meetings to attend, and customers to acquire. So you can’t crush your competition
5 free content writing tools you need to use + free stock photo list
Need some help writing engaging, SEO-friendly blog posts, ebooks, or website copy? Check out these 5 free content writing tools. Whether you want to make your writing punchier or check your copy for duplicate content, these content writing tools are
7 quick and simple ways to improve a blog post + free checklist
Turning a good blog post into a great one doesn’t have to suck all of the time out of your day. Check out these 7 quick ways to improve a blog post and give your readers what they want: People
When to use more than vs. over
Should you use more than or over in this sentence: “They’ve received ______ 500 emails today.” Unlike the words we’ve focused on in many of our previous posts (e.g., appraise vs. apprise and loathe vs. loath), more than vs. over
Appraise vs. apprise: What’s the difference?
If you’ve ever confused the words appraise and apprise, you’re in good company. Appraise and apprise are both verbs, and they look and sound similar. That’s why it’s no surprise that people often mix them up or think they can
All together vs. altogether: What’s the difference?
Some words in English start out as two separate words (e.g., mail box) and fuse into a single word (e.g., mailbox) over time. Are all together and altogether another example of this linguistic phenomenon? Or are they actually distinct terms?
Loathe vs. loath: What’s the difference?
If you had to guess what the difference between loathe vs. loath is, what would you say? Would you say that they are (a) different ways of spelling the same word or (b) two different words altogether? Have you made
10 expert blogging tips to boost your success this year + free cheat sheet
Do you want to boost traffic to your blog, increase engagement on your posts, or use your platform to generate leads? Sometimes all you need to do is make a few small tweaks to your blogging strategy. The trick is