Just write; don’t worry about the length.
Question: How long should my blog post be?
Answer: As long as it needs to be.
I might as well end this article there; but let’s dig a little deeper.
Truth is, there’s no hard and fast rule on content length.
Some experts say write as few as 200 words; while others encourage you to write as much as 3,000 words.
Which of them is right?
How do you run a business from home when you have little kids to care for?
A colleague asked this very important question: “How do you build your business & run it from home when you have little kids to take care of?”
She went on to say that one of her main reasons for leaving a corporate 9 – 5 job was so that she can have more time with the kids. And yet, she needs to work.
So, how do you strike a balance?
Should I use images in my Facebook ads to a cool audience?
Images are a very powerful way to communicate messages; and there’s definitely a place for them in your content strategy.
But how do you use them when you’re trying to build your audience?
Should you use them for your cool audience? Or should they only be used for your warm audience? Should you even use them at all?
Let’s answer that question in this post.
Re-framing plagiarism to your advantage
A colleague of mine just had her article copied by someone without giving her any credit.
This could be so frustrating — to have your work “stolen” by someone else and used as theirs without making any reference to you as the inspiration.
As she shared her experience with us (other colleagues), a few thoughts went through my head which I now wish to share with you: