How to Avoid Plagiarism-Especially For New Writers

Janice Wald tackles a tricky topic and provides some great insight into this age-old issue.

Thanks, Janice, for helping writers keep their work “honest.”

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Zeroing in on Your Business Identity — What’s Your Positioning?

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Excellent re-blog from Copyblogger.com:

Zeroing in on Your Business Identity — What’s Your Positioning?

With so many out there doing exactly the same things you are, it’s important to stand out in the market. What makes you unique? What stories can only you share? How can you help provide solutions better than anyone else?

This article will give you some tips and insights into how to position yourself for success.


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The Ultimate Guide On How To Use Pinterest For Marketing

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Re-blogged from  at CoBlogger.com

The Ultimate Guide On How To Use Pinterest for Marketing 

Pinterest is such a popular tool in social media these days. It only makes sense to incorporate it into marketing your blog. Take a look at some ingenious ideas on how to draw a larger audience with a simple pin.

Your content core is a special place where you take into consideration what your audience really cares about and combine it with what you want to say.

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Have You Ever Googled Yourself?

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Source: Have You Ever Googled Yourself?

Don’t be afraid and just search! Google yourself regularly. Or better, set up a Google alert with your name. If you have a common name like “Jennifer Jones,” add your employer, hometown or other distinguishing factors about yourself to make the search/alert more accurate.

I actually do this quite often. I never like to be surprised about what information is out there in the Cyberworld.

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Zeroing in on Your Business Identity — What’s Your Positioning?

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Re-blogged from My.Copyblogger.com

Finding my identity as a freelance writer has been my biggest challenge. I “like” to write about a lot of different topics. However, sometimes I feel as if I “need” to write about products or services in order to fulfill a client’s requests and to earn money. What I haven’t quite figured out yet is how to do both. This post presents some insight into how to accomplish that by:

Zeroing in on Your Business Identity – What’s Your Positioning?

Take a look, follow the instructions, and let me know if it helped you more clearly determine who your real clients should be.

Your business needs to stake out a position in the marketplace — a unique spot that couldn’t be held by anyone else but you.

…the audience you serve is probably the most important, but it’s not the only element. You need to put yourself into the mix, too. Think about who you are, what you contribute, what qualities you bring, and who you do (and don’t) want to work with.

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