Author - Derek Miller

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‘Face of MLB’ Highlights Dangers of Social Contests
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Can Content Marketing Drive Conversions?
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Q&A with a CopyPress Tumblr Expert
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Are You Content With Your Content?
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The Paradox of the Millennial Manager
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Cup of Copy: Language
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Cup of Copy: The Fourth Wall
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The Entire Connection Process (Part 2)
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Cup of Copy: TED Talks
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The Entire Connection Process (Part 1)

‘Face of MLB’ Highlights Dangers of Social Contests

Sometimes even the most thought-out and well-planned marketing campaigns can go awry. This is especially the case when you attempt to use social media and assume the masses will play[…]

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Can Content Marketing Drive Conversions?

If you are reading this article based on the question “can content marketing drive conversions?” then let me save you some time: Yes, yes it can. The real questions are[…]

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Q&A with a CopyPress Tumblr Expert

There are a lot of well known, mainstream social networks that are revolutionizing the business world. Amidst the big dogs of Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn hides another platform that unbeknownst[…]

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Are You Content With Your Content?

“Quality” is the one of the primary buzzwords in content marketing right now. People are claiming that this transition to superior content is the new frontier, but nobody ever set[…]

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The Paradox of the Millennial Manager

As the business world evolves, so does the inner workings of most companies. More and more we are seeing millennials (aged 18-32) taking over management positions.  Is this just because[…]

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Cup of Copy: Language

This is a bittersweet Cup of Copy for me as I will be handing it off to my fellow cynical wordsmith Tommy Wyher for the foreseeable future. What should I[…]

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Cup of Copy: The Fourth Wall

In fictional content, the idea of breaking the fourth wall is complex and requires delicacy. However, when done right, it can easily relay a message that would otherwise be difficult[…]

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The Entire Connection Process (Part 2)

In the first part of this series I discussed the connection process all the way up to sending out a piece of content to the editor or site admin. This[…]

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Cup of Copy: TED Talks

So after perusing my Netflix account for a couple of hours and getting about 10 minutes into a handful of boring movies I came across an intriguing suggestion. I’ve heard[…]

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The Entire Connection Process (Part 1)

The concept of building a connection sounds easy enough, right? The site gets free, awesome content, the company gets exposure, everyone is happy. It may or may not surprise you[…]

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