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.

You’ve been in customer service for a while and it’s time to take your skills to the next level. Let me help you figure out how! This blog post will cover some of the best ways to make your customers think that you are awesome, which will result in more sales and happier customers. It all starts with making sure they know who you are! Getting customers to know your name Your customers need to feel like they can get one on one attention from you. This means that you should take the time to introduce yourself and remember their…

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The most unique thing about online advertising is that it allows to get connected to the right people via more than a single platform but this is not the case with other forms of marketing be it publishing an ad on a newspaper or distributing leaflets. For example, a home builder can create a virtual tour of their sample homes that a visitor can control with the use of their mouse. They can change different aspects of the imagery to observe the home from different angles and navigate throughout the interior while controlling 360 degree views. Although use of the…

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A well-crafted business story connects prospects to your business on a deeper level than traditional benefit-orientated marketing. Why? We are wired to enjoy and pay attention to stories. More importantly for your business, we become personally invested in engaging stories and their outcomes.Yet, most business writing never leverages the full potential of storytelling and, therefore, never stands out. Here are 5 simple ways to take your marketing and business writing beyond straightforward selling and create lasting connections with prospects: Get Personal Tell the personal story behind the business. Prospects respond best to your authenticity and passion – so let this shine.…

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Did you know that 500,000 blog posts are published each day on WordPress alone? And that 27 million pieces of online content are shared every day? As a content writer, that’s a lot to compete with. So how do you get your content noticed through all the noise? One way is to have a killer introduction. The introduction can quite literally make the difference between your content being read vs. not, so leading with a hook is key. Here are a 6 tips for writing the perfect introduction designed to capture your reader’s attention: 1. Start with a statistic Remember the…

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It’s no secret that content is king. If 3Leaps was stripped of its users and its fancy design, there would be nothing but content. Writing content for your own website shouldn’t be too difficult. But writing effective and captivating copy with a writing style that automatically promotes your website isn’t so simple and requires much more effort. The Basics of Writing Interesting Content Let’s break the writing process down. You come up with a post idea.You think about your topic and come up with your main ideas and a few main points.You put it all together. What’s missing? The step where…

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There can’t be a writer living who hasn’t heard of writer’s block and who may have sometimes admitted to the experience. I used to subscribe to the notion that there was such a thing as writer’s block but now I’m not so sure of writer’s block. Most successful writers, both fiction and non-fiction rarely, if ever admit that writer’s block dogs them and their career. If you want to know the experience of successful freelance writers, then Sharon over at Get Paid to Write Online is a person who just gets on with doing her job. The difference between writers who rarely complain…

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You have an author’s page. You regularly update your blog, and you have a list of agents you’d like to represent you. You’ve studied demographics and tailored your story to reflect the readership you hope to gain. You’ve even written a synopsis of your novel. You’ve done all the homework about how to get published. The only problem is you haven’t finished your draft yet. Does this sound like you? If it does, then, I’ve got news for you. Sure, this might work for some enlightened people with a strong support system and a publishing contract already secured, but for most…

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You have so many posts praising long form content and berating those who are planning to publish short articles that are meant to provide answers to specific search queries of searchers. Short content should perform just like a long form content but that is an ideal world we are aiming for. These days, search engines have got so smart that it can use its natural language processing power to scrap out the exact information that a searcher is looking for and thus killing the very purpose of creating short article. However, some people do come up with some weird logic. According to…

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Great quality content is a great start, but it’s not enough. You need to work on the following things to get your blog posts shared and increase traffic: Targeted Engagement Engaging your readers will help you to generate quality back links as they share valuable feedback with others. The quality content that you produce has a better chance of gaining quality backlinks when people engage with it and not just read but listen as well. There are various ways in which you can engage the readers:  –  social media, dropbox, email etc… Off-Page SEO Off-page SEO mostly refers to link…

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Content writing is a tough business. You have to put in long hours, struggle with deadlines and the ever-present question of how well you are doing your job. However, when you do it right, it can be very rewarding. It may not be easy but there is nothing more satisfying than knowing that you’ve written a great blog post or email newsletter. That’s why good content writers strive for a living. Content writers are more than just copywriters Content writers create content for blogs, websites and newsletters. They are more than just copywriters though because content is not just text.…

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