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Jul 23

Experiencing exotic cuisine and cultures, backpacking through countries you’ve only read about, hang gliding across a beautiful vista with your trusty GoPro.  Being a travel blogger sounds like a permanent vacation, doesn’t it?
The reality entails much more work than deciding what to pack.
Travel bloggers Nomadic Matt and A Dangerous Business’ Amanda Williams share their tips for finding your niche on social media and in your content.
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Experiencing exotic cuisine and cultures, backpacking through countries you’ve only read about, hang gliding across a beautiful vista with your trusty GoPro.  Being a travel blogger sounds like a permanent vacation, doesn’t it?

The reality entails much more work than deciding what to pack.

Travel bloggers Nomadic Matt and A Dangerous Business’ Amanda Williams share their tips for finding your niche on social media and in your content.

Continue reading on Beyond Bylines

How To Take A (Real) Vacation As A Freelancer
A “real” vacation means no laptops, emailing or phone calls. Check out these tips that make a real vacation possible for a freelancer. 
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(Image by Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho/Flickr; used under CC by 2.0)

How To Take A (Real) Vacation As A Freelancer

A “real” vacation means no laptops, emailing or phone calls. Check out these tips that make a real vacation possible for a freelancer. 

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(Image by Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho/Flickr; used under CC by 2.0)

Jul 22

“Think outside the box” — One of the 12 most overused business words (via Mashable)

(Source: prweek)

8 Types of Images That Increase Your Content’s Psychological Impact
Fact: A reader’s brain is better at processing images than text. That’s why it’s important for bloggers to use dramatic and engaging visuals in their content. 
Continue reading on Copyblogger to find out which images will make that impact on your audience.
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8 Types of Images That Increase Your Content’s Psychological Impact

Fact: A reader’s brain is better at processing images than text. That’s why it’s important for bloggers to use dramatic and engaging visuals in their content. 

Continue reading on Copyblogger to find out which images will make that impact on your audience.

(Image by Mario Calvo via unsplash)

Jul 21

A Guide to Idea Curation: How to Get More Ideas for Great Content
Do you want to start a blog, but don’t know where to begin? Or have you already started one, but have writer’s block every time you try to write your next post? Have no fear! Here is an expert guide to getting more ideas for writing great blog posts.
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A Guide to Idea Curation: How to Get More Ideas for Great Content

Do you want to start a blog, but don’t know where to begin? Or have you already started one, but have writer’s block every time you try to write your next post? Have no fear! Here is an expert guide to getting more ideas for writing great blog posts.

Continue reading on Buffer

(Image by Massimo Barbieri/Flickr; used under CC by 2.0)

Need a pick-me-up this morning? This week’s blog profiles feature four coffee bloggers we love. Now, excuse me, while we go brew another cup.

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Need a pick-me-up this morning? This week’s blog profiles feature four coffee bloggers we love. Now, excuse me, while we go brew another cup.

Continue reading on Beyond Bylines

If you or a blog you know would like to be featured on PR Newswire, let us know.

Jul 18

Around the Wire: Your Guide to BlogHer, Jill Abramson’s Interviews and Weird Al’s Word Crimes
Jill Abramson gave her first major interview this week since her New York Times firing. Read how Cosmo landed it, plus your guide to ‪BlogHer ‘14‬ and Weird Al’s new anthem for writers.
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Around the Wire: Your Guide to BlogHer, Jill Abramson’s Interviews and Weird Al’s Word Crimes

Jill Abramson gave her first major interview this week since her New York Times firing. Read how Cosmo landed it, plus your guide to ‪BlogHer ‘14‬ and Weird Al’s new anthem for writers.

Continue reading on Beyond Bylines

Did You See That Press Release? Best Hospitals and Favorite Athletes
With thousands of news releases published each week on PR Newswire for Journalists, no one can keep up with all of them. Here are a few of our favorites.
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Did You See That Press Release? Best Hospitals and Favorite Athletes

With thousands of news releases published each week on PR Newswire for Journalists, no one can keep up with all of them. Here are a few of our favorites.

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Jul 17

The Ins and Outs of Op-Ed Writing
Op-ed pieces have their own structure, length and voice. Knowing how to merge your opinion with factual information is an important part of writing an op-ed piece and attracting readers to your story.
Jennifer Finney Boylan, author, speaker, and writer for New York Times Opinion, explains how to make your op-ed into a compelling story and pitch it to major publications.
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The Ins and Outs of Op-Ed Writing

Op-ed pieces have their own structure, length and voice. Knowing how to merge your opinion with factual information is an important part of writing an op-ed piece and attracting readers to your story.

Jennifer Finney Boylan, author, speaker, and writer for New York Times Opinion, explains how to make your op-ed into a compelling story and pitch it to major publications.

Continue reading on Beyond Bylines

6 Steps to a Data-Driven Content Marketing Strategy
Skyword’s Ted Karczewski explains how top brands are using data to connect and build relationships with their customers.  He offers examples and tips on how customer information can be used to optimize your content marketing and improve customer service. 
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6 Steps to a Data-Driven Content Marketing Strategy

Skyword’s Ted Karczewski explains how top brands are using data to connect and build relationships with their customers.  He offers examples and tips on how customer information can be used to optimize your content marketing and improve customer service. 

Continue reading on Content Marketing Institute