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How should editors deal with online abuse? | Emma Carmichael, Rob Wijnberg, Bassey Etim

How do you filter out the vile and the violent while still allowing readers to engage? Our writers share their strategies

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Content Writer vs. Copy Writer What’s the Difference?

Content writers and copywriter is that they have to build a relationship with their clients and consumers. Both find a place in a content writing company but despite the word ‘writer’ attached to their profile, differences in their work weigh down their similarities.

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How To Create A Round Up Post

“A great way to collaborate with other bloggers is to create a round up post. A Round Up is a collection of links that you curate for your audience that is all centered around one main theme.”

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Novel writing tips: How to keep your novel on track

Best selling author Lisa Wingate shares her novel writing tips with us. Last year, for the September release of The Prayer Box, I traveled on a six-week book tour. My plan was to have the first dra…

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Here’s How to Combine Storytelling and Data to Produce Persuasive Content

Ever thought about what really sticks out in your audience’s minds? Hint: it’s not the hard facts alone. Combining data and storytelling can make your brand’s content stick out in a meaningful way; Nichole DeMeré shows you how in today’s post.

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Tips for Good Content Writing

A good content writing company always keep a few things in mind, when gives content writing services that the content is SEO friendly, error free, original and informative yet interesting enough to attract the relevant audience.

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