Author: Deb Dey

Deb Dey is a content writer who specializes in creating engaging, informative articles. He has a passion for helping people learn new things, and his writing reflects his dedication to her craft. Deb has a gift for making complex topics easy to understand, and his readers appreciate his clear, concise style. When he's not writing, Deb enjoys spending time with his family, exploring the outdoors, and trying new recipes.

Chances are, you’ve got some old content just collecting dust on your site. But just because it’s old doesn’t mean it’s irrelevant! With a little refreshing, that content can be given new life and help attract attention from both search engines and readers. What Is Content Decay? Content decay is the gradual loss of traffic and engagement that happens to old blog posts and articles over time. It’s a natural process that happens because people are always searching for new information. As time goes on, your old content is less likely to be found by someone who’s looking for something…

Read More

Product listings on Amazon are important because they are one of the first things that potential customers will see when they are searching for a product. A good product listing will help to increase conversions by providing relevant information and convincing potential customers to buy your product. Here are 20 tips to help you write killer content for your Amazon product listing: Start with a Catchy headline This is a no-brainer. Since there are millions of products listed in Amazon, you need to have a headline that will make your listing stand out. A catchy headline will help to grab…

Read More

Do your blog posts suck? You’ve been hammering at your blog for a couple of years, but it’s not working, and your site’s growth is sluggish at best. Earnings are meager, leads are lean, and even the best of your posts wither and fade without so much as an echo in the halls of your empty comment section. The serious online writer’s job is to serve two separate readers: the reader who will opt-in to the product, service or idea you’re selling, and the reader who will market your message with the verve of the converted. The right copy simplifies…

Read More

Your writing is good, but even great writers do better with an edit … or eight. Use these six editing tips to sharpen your writing enough to make your prose bleed. 1. Take a Second Look at Your First Sentence You might want to trim anything ranging from your first sentence to your first few paragraphs. The first sentence must nudge your reader toward the second. The second should kick them in front of the third, and so on, until they turn the page or share your content. Even the sharpest writer warms up during the first few sentences; sitting…

Read More

A lively comments section offers social proof that your words affect your audience enough to interact with you and each other—which is great for ensuring repeat visits and interactions. In addition, a lively comments section is both an idea-spark for future posts and an antenna for what hits the mark and what doesn’t. People deny it until Kingdom Come, but nothing influences people into action more fantastically than those people first seeing others take the same action. Since nothing attracts a crowd like a crowd, a full comment section is a magnet for more. But, how do you break the…

Read More

For as long as companies have been engaging in social media, the common first practice has been to listen before talking. People are talking about your company, your competitors, and your industry. These conversations are happening on the social web whether you are listening or not, so you may as well tune in. If you aren’t doing even the most basic level of listening, you really aren’t grasping how social media has changed business. “The customer now has a lot more power in shaping and influencing the perceptions of your brand,” said Marketing Cloud SVP & Chief Product Officer Marcel LeBrun.…

Read More

Buzzwords and “rules” aside, content is really about communication. Those of us who market ourselves or our clients with content aren’t necessarily doing it because we like to write. We’re not all camera-hogs who can’t wait to upload our shining mug one more time. Nope, we’re in it for the connection. And when a brand gets involved, they’re in it for the same reason: to connect, to communicate. Communication – (n): the imparting or interchange of thoughts, opinions, or information by speech, writing, or signs. — Dictionary.com I think we’ve all got the “imparting” part of that definition down, to varying degrees. But what about the ”interchange”? How do we get people talking? Find…

Read More

When it comes to content writing, there are no hard and fast rules that apply to every blogger. And even if you learn what works for other people, that doesn’t mean it will work for you. However, there are some basic guidelines that can help guide your efforts. If you want to write better posts in the future, consider these tips: 1. Don’t Try Too Hard: When you’re trying to write the next great American novel, it’s easy to get carried away. While your writing might be good, it won’t fit in with your blog or website. So rather than…

Read More

You may think that content writing is an easy job. You write a few words and you’re done, right? The reality is that content writer’s jobs are never “done.” Content writers have to produce engaging blog posts every time, regardless of the topic. If they don’t engage their readers with compelling stories and interesting facts, then they lose out on valuable page views. How do you become a better content writer? Here are 10 ways: 1. Find Good Stories Stories are the key to content writing. They make it interesting and relatable; instead of reading a list of facts or…

Read More

Content writers are not a niche job; they can be found in almost every industry and profession. In this post, we’ll take a look at the different types of content writers that exist.  14 Types of Content Writers 1. Blog writer The first type of content writer is the blogger. Generally, bloggers write about their own interests and post them on blogging sites like Tumblr or Wordpress. Not everyone who writes blogs is a professional, but since blogging can be monetized, many people do it as a full-time job. 2. Businesses’ own writers Another kind of content writer is one…

Read More