Guest Post

What Are Your Customers Really Saying?

December 2, 2013

I love the generosity of my writer friends. When I put out a call for guest posts while I was walking my 10th 60-mile, 3-Day Walk for the Cure, they responded – in spades. I met Luana Spinetti through the wonders of our global world. Her creativity takes shape not only in words, but also […]

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Guest Post: Customer Service Sins Served Here

November 18, 2013

When this posts I should have completed my 10th, 60-mile, 3-Day Walk for the Cure. My teammates and I have a spa day planned for this post date. Ah, bliss. Bliss is also my great writer friends who are as much of a tradition as my 3-Day Walks. They always come through with great guest […]

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Guest Post: Keeping Business Communication Simple

November 11, 2013

Anne Wayman knows the way to my heart. While I return to my beloved San Diego (and Anne’s home) for my 10th 60-mile, 3-Day Walk for the Cure, Anne offered a guest post. And her topic? Keeping business communication simple. See why I love Anne? I’ll thank Anne in person. You can thank her with […]

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Guest Post: Analytics for Communication

November 4, 2013

One of the best outcomes of my annual 3-Day Walk for the Cure is the great guest posts I receive from my writing chums. Sharon Hurley Hall is my long lost twin (in so many ways), but in one way, we are quite different. When I write Techie Tips, they are so basic they make […]

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Guest Post Features Slideshare

August 20, 2013

My good writing buddy, Sharon Hurley Hall, asked if I would do a guest post on my Slideshare process. Of course, I said I would. Then I had to figure out what that process was. You can read the results at Sharon’s Get Paid to Write Online blog. Below is a jumpstart on the post. […]

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Guest Post at Words on the Page

December 18, 2012

  Lori Widmer’s Words on the Page is a freelance writer’s library of ideas. I’ve been following Lori’s blog for years and am thrilled to have the opportunity to guest post there. Check out my latest guest post, SWOT’s the Simple Answer to Your Business Plan?  Do you know what SWOT is? Be careful. You […]

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Guest Post Offers Steps for Building a Successful Business Blog

November 13, 2012

The breadth of Jenn Mattern’s knowledge never ceases to amaze me. I was fortunate that I discovered Jenn’s blogs early in the launch of my writing business. You are never short-changed by Jenn when it comes to information and assistance. I was thrilled when she offered this guest post to run while I’m off walking […]

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Guest Post: Anne Wayman Knows How to Keep it Simple

November 12, 2012

A great way to kick off Guest Post week is featuring a post from Anne Wayman. This week I am in San Diego, my old hometown, for business and pleasure. Meeting with clients Participating in my 9th 3-Day Walk for the Cure And having lunch with writer friend, Anne Wayman Ironically, I first met Anne […]

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A Guest Post About Guest Posts

May 11, 2012

  No, that’s not double talk. It’s simply letting you know about my guest post at All Freelance Writing. The post was inspired by fellow bloggers on both sides of the issue. If you own a business blog, guest posting is a great tool. Here’s a sneak peek to get you started. Click on the […]

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Keyword Use Made Simple: A Guest Post

February 27, 2012

  Love it or hate it, keyword use is an important element in online writing. Like most things in life, too much of a good thing can make you nauseous. You need balance. Today, we are pleased to present a guest post from Bonnie Olswanger of Thrive Web Designs. I first met Bonnie when I asked Thrive […]

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