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6 Ways LinkedIn Long-form Posts Will Make You A Thought Leader

  “…you don’t have to be anointed as an influencer to build online influence.”                     Stephanie Sammons, socialmedia examiner.com When you share valuable insights and information via Linked long-form posts, good things begin to happen for you and your business. Here’s … Continue reading

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How To Go From Stealth Expert To Thought Leader

Are you a thought leader in your field? Or are you a stealth expert? According to Forbes.com a thought leader is: … an individual or firm that prospects, clients, referral sources, intermediaries and even competitors recognize as one of the … Continue reading

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Got Purple Cow?

Have you heard about the Purple Cow? Do you know why your business needs one? And is it fully featured on your website? It better be, if you want to reach your full share of your product or services market! … Continue reading

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August’s Top 10 List For Effective Web Site Writing. (And why you should care!)

***This article was originally published in the August issue of my e-newsletter, The Evolving Web Site. To subscribe to this free e-newsleter, use the yellow sign-up box to the right of this blog posting.*** In my last newsletter, I shared … Continue reading

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Was your website written by a web writer? Your readers can tell in 7 seconds or less.

Writing for a web site is unlike any other form of writing. That is because people read web sites differently from the way they read newspapers or books. Or even this newsletter. Studies have show that people visit a site for no more than seven seconds before they decide to stay or click off. Continue reading

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