It’s hard to believe that the holidays are already upon us. Here at CopyPress we’re celebrating the season by bringing back the CopyPress “Twelve Days of Marketing” video that we created last year. Dominick Snyder (4) and Dante Snyder (7) sing a long with our animated art and make us smile everytime. Happy Holidays from [...]
For the past twelve days we have been writing about content strategy. Now it is finally time to sing about it.
Without further ado, we proudly bring to you the CopyPress Sing-a-Long Video for the “12 Days of Marketing” featuring the adorable talents of Dominick Synder, 3, and Dante Synder, 6.
So it’s finally here – the 12th and final day of the CopyPress Twelve Days of Marketing. But before you go getting all filled up with post-countdown despair – cheer up. Today we finish out our series not with 12 Drummers-Drumming but with a gift that keeps on giving – 12 Bloggers-Blogging.
Well, readers, we’re almost to the end of this holiday marathon. After today, there’s just one more post standing between you and the moment you’ve all been waiting for: witnessing the CopyPress music video debut to the tune of the “12 Days of Christmas.” It’s bound to go viral. See it here first.
Ten lords-a-leaping has got to be one of the worst presents in the whole “12 Days of Christmas” song. Worse than the milkmaids. Worse than the poultry, even– because unless you’ve managed to find ten male ballet dancers among British royalty, you’re going to end up with ten aging Englishmen leaping awkwardly around your board room.
On this ninth day of marketing, CopyPress is exchanging those nine ladies dancing for a different kind of art: real writers writing. And readers, you’re in luck– we’ve got the talented Lisa Barone here to share her opinions on professional writing in the Internet world.
Grammar can be taught. Linguistic rules can be taught. Writing– good writing, effortless writing, writing that seizes, compels, and excites the reader– can never be taught.
On this eighth day of marketing, we’re trading in those eight maids-a-milking for something far more useful for your website: some advice on how to get some great guests-a-posting for your blog. And who better to give guest blogging advice than MyBlogGuest’s own Ann Smarty?
Guest blogging is a win-win for both the host and the guest blogger. Your guest gets access to a brand new audience and platform to showcase their work. You get to offer your audience a fresh perspective and different voice– plus, you get a free day off from blogging (win).
Seven swans-a-swimming may sound like a stunning (& shocking) gift to find under the Christmas tree, but if you are like most of us and don’t have a pool, let alone a pond in your back yard, you might be happier with our gift – Seven Ways of Sharing.
The holidays are a magical time of the year when everyone is giving and sharing with friends and family, colleagues, and even strangers. The holidays shine a spotlight on sharing, but if you think about it, most of us are sharing with hundreds, maybe thousands of people all year-long.
We’ve reached the sixth day of marketing, which means we’re halfway done with the twelve-day merry marketing extravaganza! And while six geese-a-laying may reduce your grocery costs, we’re betting today’s gift will be far more useful for your business. So ditch the fertile poultry and get those links-a-building with today’s expert, Debra Mastaler of Alliance-Link and Link Spiel.
It’s already day five of our holiday marketing extravaganza! Today we’re forgoing those five golden rings for some quick tips for writing courtesy of SuccessWorks’ Heather Lloyd-Martin.
Nothing is more important when developing a content strategy than employing good writing. Your site content is the first impression you make on your customers– and sloppy, boring content is the virtual equivalent of a limp handshake. If you want to benefit from the four calling cards of great content, you better have an excellent writer on your side.