Category Archives: Content Writing

Election 2016 on Social Media

As published by Charli at Linkedin. The political landscape has changed dramatically in the last five years, as social media has permeated every aspect of life. It therefore comes as no surprise that the political elites have taken to social media to boost their campaigns, connect with voters and even manipulate the public. Below I’m

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7 Cool WordPress Plugins For Writers

If, like me, you are a writer with a WordPress blog it can get a little frustrating. Sometimes it seems like all the cool plugins are geared up for graphic designers, artists and photographers… right? Well, in this article I am going to tell you my top 7 cool WordPress plugins for writers that you probably

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3 Summer Marketing Tricks

With the exception of Christmas, summer is probably the best season to launch a marketing campaign… unless you’re selling skis of course! But if you don’t capture your market’s attention, don’t expect to get very far. Below is a quick look at 3 summer marketing tricks that all the pros are using. Integrated Social Media If

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Can Content Managers Go On Vacation?

As a content manager I can tell you that taking a vacation is a bit of taboo subject in an age where businesses are expected to remain connected 24/7. Content managers put in incredibly long hours writing copy, managing news releases and timing marketing campaigns around key events and holidays. It’s a truly round-the-clock profession

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Shave 10% Off Your Content Writing Costs

Great news for all new clients at www.charlisays.com … I’m having a sale! Right now at Charli Says all new clients will receive a 10% discount on all content. This includes blog posts, e-newsletters, eBooks, presentations, landing pages, articles and even presidential speeches! As always at Charli Says, all content is original, SEO friendly and

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New Content Packages From Charli Says

By popular demand I’m introducing new content packages! Awesome content writing is necessary for so many areas of your business from blogging through to website content, social media and e-newsletters. If you do not have a professional onsite content writer for your brand then you might want to consider outsourcing your various writing tasks which

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Google AMP: What Every Blogger Should Know

If you’re a blogger, content creator or social media marketer, the Google Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is of critical importance. The growing shift away from traditional PC computing toward mobile and tablet viewing has meant that internet users consume content in a much different way than at any other time in the past. What

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Learn To Create Content That Drives Traffic

Creating content is easy, creating content that’s a pleasure to read is harder, creating content that drives traffic is really tough.  Whether you are driving traffic from social media to a website/landing page or from email to social media, the rules are the same. There are plenty of ways to boost the power of your

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5 Multicultural Marketing Mistakes

Multicultural marketing… what is it? According to Forbes, by 2042 there will not be a dominant ethnic group and globally we will be an increasingly integrated community. Great right? Sure, but is your marketing keeping up? My latest article, 5 Multicultural Marketing Mistakes takes a look at some common errors you may be making whilst

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3 Factors That Make An Awesome Landing Page

Landing pages … do they work? Yes they do when they are good ones! As a writer and digital manager I have seen awesome landing pages which are high performance conversion machines and I have also seen landing pages which have flopped and died! So then with that in mind I am going to give

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