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Name: Vic Motune
Date registered: June 29, 2012

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  1. Out of ideas for interesting new blog posts? Here are three simple techniques you can try — April 17, 2015
  2. Want to engage more people through your content? Here’s one word that will work wonders — April 17, 2015
  3. 6 quick tips for writing headlines that hook customers — September 3, 2014

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Blogging can provide a great low cost way to promote your business, highlight your expertise and the products and attract potential customers. But it’s vital that if you do have a company blog, or are thinking of starting one, it’s regularly updated with fresh content. Regularly adding new posts that your site’s visitors will find …

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As a business owner, you know how important it is to engage with potential customers. Marketing through content – whether that’s blog posts, videos or social media posts – is definitely a great way to do it and it’s no surprise that it’s popularity has grown in recent years. But you may have faced a …

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It can be a real challenge to write an effective headline. If you want your readers to do something such as buying a product or subscribing to a newsletter you need to convince them right away. And the best place to start doing that is with the very first word of your headline. If you …

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