Content Management

Your Audience, Your Content, Your Success.

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Audience, Purpose and Form are closely interrelated yet many bloggers tend to overlook or neglect it. They impact on your choice of content and use of language. Writing content is such an open and vast landscape, where anyone can write anything but by being aware of the APF Guidelines you give yourself a specific boundary […]

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How to Brainstorm for Coherent Ideas?

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Brainstorming is a dynamic, interactive process of bouncing ideas off one another. Its purpose is to stimulate creative thinking and is best done in groups or with a friend with similar interests. I’ve stated this many times before that; sometimes when you start writing content – it doesn’t really flow as smoothly as you would […]

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Clear Mind Produces Clear Content

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It’s important to have a specific plan in your head or even better write it down before you storm on to your computer and start blogging. Now, personally I know many bloggers that use this method and is fairly comfortable with it, but what if I said there’s an even better way for you to […]

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How to get ‘Blooming Content’ on those ‘Gloomy Days’?

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There’s no doubt, in my couple years of blogging – there were definitely days when I couldn’t write. No matter how much I tried or how much I forced myself either the content I produced was not good enough or I couldn’t produce anything at all. Then about a year ago, I came across an […]

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7 Steps to Perfect Content Writing

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In writing a point of view it is important to know the difference between facts and opinions. A fact is something that is established as true. An opinion is the expression of a point of view that is not established as true. It needs facts, or evidence, to be credible. Bloggers use facts (as well […]

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