502 Phrases That Magically Transform Forgettable Blog Posts into Irresistible Content (The Ultimate Blogger's Grease-Slide Cheat Sheet)

502 Grease-slide Phrases for BloggersIt’s a question that drives you nuts.

Why some blogs cast a spell over their readers. Yet nobody wants to know yours.

And you just can’t figure it out.

Well, the answer could be something about your writing. Something that’s missing. Something other writers are doing that you’re not. Something you need to uncover right now.

And that something is grease-slide copy.

What is grease-slide copy?

Grease-slide copy is a magnetic writing technique that keeps your readers glued to the page.

Copywriters use it in sales letters. Top bloggers use it in their posts. And now you can use it too.

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Help! No-one Ever Comments on My Blog. What Should I Do?

The invisible blog writerYou say something, but no-one takes a blind bit of notice.

It’s as if you’re talking to a brick wall.

Is this how you feel every time you publish a blog post?

No matter how often you blog, no-one ever leaves a comment. You might as well be completely invisible. While other blogs get bucketloads of comments you never get so much as a sausage.

Now if this is YOU then perhaps it’s time you asked yourself this question:

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Two Crafty Conversion Tricks Copywriters Can Learn from eCommerce

An eCommerce Buy Now button on a keyboardDo you get tons of visitors to your website? Yet, for some reason, none of them ever becomes a client?

Well, one way you might be able to generate more enquiries is to think more like an online retailer.

But before I tell you exactly how, there’s just one thing you’ll need to know – what it is that makes a great online retail site.

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5 Reasons Why Rookie Writers Should Only Blog Once a Month

Standard WordPress themeSome say you should be doing it several times a week. Some so-called SEO experts even say you should be doing it several times a day.

But do you really need to mass-produce blog posts like a factory assembly line in order to build up your following, move up the search engine rankings and attract more lucrative clients?

Well, it certainly seems to make sense doesn’t it?

I mean, you only have to look at a few of the many good reasons to do so and it would seem like a no-brainer:

  • The more often you post the more often you engage readers
  • You’re rapidly expanding your site with new, unique and relevant content
  • You’re creating more and more entry points to your site
  • You’re telling search engines that you update your site regularly

Now, I’ve had my copywriting website for just over six months now. And it’s ranking well and getting enquiries. So do you think that I blog once, twice or maybe three times a week? Or even several times a day?

You must be joking!

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So You’re a Website Copywriter – I Can Do That, It’s Easy!

Website copywriting is just a piece of cakeRunning your own website copywriting business sure beats working 9–5. It can be fun and, yes, it can be rewarding. But one thing it definitely ain’t and that is easy.

Yet, for some reason, many of the people I know assume that it’s all just a piece of cake. I mean, virtually everyone knows how to write, don’t they?

If only it were really that simple.

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Website marks launch of new SEO copywriter service

Official opening of a new SEO copywriter serviceToday we’re delighted to announce the launch of our new website, which marks the end of our transition from a broader editorial and copywriting business to a specialist website copywriting service focusing on SEO content for use online.

Since we first started out in 2005, we’ve gradually transformed from a proofreading and copy-editing service into one that almost exclusively writes content for websites, such as blog posts, landing pages and web page copy.

As a result, we decided to rebrand the business to more accurately reflect the work we do and changed our name from Carlton Text Solutions to Write Online.

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