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29 Ways to Expand Your Vocabulary

March 21st, 2016

Alright, we know… it sounds a bit strange talking about “expanding your vocabulary”. Isn’t that just something that people do when they’re trying to create a false perception of intelligence? Well, no, actually… Many of the most successful people in the world, whether consciously or subconsciously, work on their vocabulary; and for good reason. Your […]

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The Importance of Proofreading Your Website Content

March 21st, 2016

When writing website content, most people become concerned with article topics and search engine optimisation. While these two factors are hugely important, sometimes another imperative aspect is forgotten: proofreading. As good as your staff writers or your hired writing agency may be, there is always a chance that mistakes like typos, grammatical errors, or other issues […]

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Using Psychology in Your Landing Pages

March 21st, 2016

A psychologist asks questions to get through to their patient. Interestingly, they often already know what the answer is going to be, before they hear it. But they ask anyway, to demonstrate a point. This helps things sink into the subconscious of the patient. A landing page copywriter does something very similar. They plan content […]

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The Balance between Quantity and Quality in Your Website Content

March 21st, 2016

Many businesses are unaware of the appropriate length for website content. Copywriting costs money: the longer the page, the more it will cost. So it’s easy to want to opt for the shortest word count, but it’s not always the best choice, editorially. Deciding on the optimum length for an article or some other form of […]

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The Science of Great Press Releases; Amazing Real World Examples

March 21st, 2016

It Starts with a Press Release… Press releases are often short and simple – but when done right, they can have power that lasts a long time, long after people have forgotten about the press release itself. A good press release will mean that the general public now has a new interest in a certain […]

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From Stone Tablets to Digital Tablets: A Brief History of the Written Word

March 21st, 2016

The use of the written word as a form of communication is something we take for granted, and like everything else it has come a long way from the days of hieroglyphics and cave painting. Think of the voice-initiated typing programs of today, in which people can express thoughts in type form without even lifting a […]

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How to Make a Blog Article Interesting – Finding the Right Angle

March 21st, 2016

Sometimes article writers are asked to write on topics that are seemingly boring, like locksmith services or leaf collecting. These subjects may seem impossible to write about in an interesting fashion, but this is all part of what being a professional writer is all about. In industry article writing, you might come across a topic that […]

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Language that Sells – A Guide to Writing Product Information

February 5th, 2016

While writing product descriptions may seem like a relatively straightforward task there are a lot of factors that copywriters take into consideration when creating content. There may be some compulsory content to include. like product uses, specific features, and necessary warnings that should be made known, but the way you present these facts, figures, and benefits can […]

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When Do You Need a Specialist Technical Writer?

February 5th, 2016

Hiring a technical writer is no easy task. It’s not the same as going out and looking for a blog post writer. When you’re looking for someone to write blog posts, their portfolio and experience is broken down by niche. So a fitness writer is going to excel in fitness post writing, but what does […]

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How to write content for Semantic Algorithms

December 15th, 2015

When you want your articles to appear at the top of Google’s search results there’s only one way: you need to think like Google; or rather you need to understand the Google algorithm and approach to rankings. It is not so much that the good old SEO methods have become totally obsolete, they almost have; […]

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How To Find Your Blog Content Voice

December 8th, 2015

Every company and brand has a logo, this should be no different when you are blogging. When you begin a blog you have to have a style, set rules for your blog and most of all have a voice. The voice that you find must make sense for your blog and whatever it is that […]

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Technical Documents

Technical Writers Need the Mind of a Business Analyst

December 8th, 2015

A technical writer is basically a business analyst and writer packaged as one. There are many reasons that this statement is true. To put it simply, just think about what a freelance technical writer does day to day. They take on a specific type of technical writing project and have to analyse discrete and systemic […]

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What is the Situation with Guest Posts in 2015?

November 23rd, 2015

Guest blogging is nothing new – it forms the basis of many contemporary blogs/websites’ marketing schemes and has proven to be a stellar tactic for directing traffic to a particular PAGE, or improving a website’s visibility. But, first things first… What is Guest Posting? Guest blogging is exactly what it sounds like: when another blogger […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Quality Guest Posts

November 13th, 2015

Guest blogging has been a hot topic in the news this year with, Google’s Matt Cutts calling out guest blogging as something that was not overly effective anymore. There was some backlash when he set the gauntlet down, from industry professionals and of course bloggers. It was after that backlash that he decided to amend […]

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August 26th, 2015

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Words That Work in Website Copy, and Words That Don’t

June 13th, 2015

At Daily Posts we produce website page copy for clients all over the world. We have web design firms who come to us and ask us to create the content for the sites that they build. We have lots of brands request a content refresh, or series of new landing pages. Some see a 100% increase […]

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Tips from the Beatles: Making Good Content Great

May 10th, 2015

Good content is not good enough. We firmly believe that here at Daily Posts. Content should be inspiring, thought provoking, even awe-inspiring. Bringing content to life takes time and effort, but, as we will see, it also takes a great imagination. In Hey Jude by The Beatles, John Lennon and Paul McCartney challenge Jude to […]

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What to Include in Product Descriptions

May 10th, 2015

Writing product descriptions is an essential activity in e-commerce. At Daily Posts we have many product description projects on the go at any one time. From clients wanting 30 promotional items written about in an engaging way, to Fortune 500 companies requiring 25000 descriptions per month, to clients with duplicate copy product description issues needing […]

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