Back in the day we used the term “pillar” to denote long, detailed posts that acted like pillars on old Roman buildings. Their purpose was to help you show others that you knew what you were talking about, thus driving traffic to your blogs, making search engines happy, and giving you something special that you could use to promote yourself. Continue reading →
I thought about writing another post about bad comments, especially after receiving this latest comment:
well again i would say that its a nice post. The athor is really a good writer.
Sigh… then I realized that I’d just written a post about fake and lousy comments in October, which made me think it was too soon for another post about them. Instead I decided to write about… breakfast. Continue reading →
Today is my mother’s birthday. She’s 80 but doesn’t believe me when I tell her that’s how old she is. She also doesn’t believe it’s her birthday. If she was in Washington right now she’d be proclaiming this was fake news.
This post isn’t all about Mom but I make no promises I won’t mention her again. This article is about writing and communicating. It’s also about a challenge. Continue reading →
A few weeks ago I led a roundtable for my consultant’s group on the topic of business writing for consultants with the title above. In essence, I put together a presentation and led the group discussion on a bunch of topics I felt were important to share and talk about. This article will encapsulate what I discussed and share some of the examples I used to get my points across.
I started with an overview of the importance of why good business writing could help our businesses. I listed six categories I felt were important for us to consider, those being: Continue reading →
Yeah, I know… back in May I wrote a post where it looked like I was picking on Neil Patel. The opposite is true; I said I realized I could never write the kind of posts he does and that I was good with that, while still admiring a lot of what he puts together.