It’s More Than a Business – It’s a Passion

If you have established a business, you probably spend most of your waking hours obsessing over it. A business has a state of health, and even a personality…

COVID-19 and Your Online Content

Most Americans are experiencing dramatic lifestyle changes under COVID-19. People are working from home, and in many states, living with restrictions on where they can go and what they can

The Dark Side of Denmark: The Danish Stinkeye

While I am a massive fan of Denmark and the concept of hygge – that elusive coziness that involves hot chocolate, intimate talks, and usually warm socks – I discovered the dark

Fortune Favors the Bold

Virgil (full name Publius Vergilius Maro), Roman poet, came up with the saying “Audentes Fortuna Juvat,” which translates to “fortune favors the bold.” He may have been born back in

Web Content Writing is an Art

There are thousands of excellent writers in the world. Journalists, novelists, poets, advertising copywriters, scriptwriters … all of these writers deserve our admiration and respect. Being a writer is a

Civil Disobedience: Henry David Thoreau

I love this quote from Henry David Thoreau’s groundbreaking work, “Civil Disobedience:” “That government is best which governs least.” Most of us need very little governing. We abide by the

Quoth the Raven … You Know The Rest

When October rolls around, I get a little fixated on horror stories. Rather than a “slasher,” I want to find and watch the most suspenseful horror movie coming out. I

Click Like… Please, Please, Click Like

Get geared up for it –the Facebook “DISLIKE” button is about to become a reality. Clearly, flawless customer service is essential in the current environment, considering the ability to share

Mark Twain: The World’s First Blogger

Well, obviously he wasn’t. But had writer Samuel Clemens been born 175 years later, he would have ruled the blogosphere. His content was truly evergreen. His engaging, conversational writing style

Ten Ways to Write Blogs About Ten Ways To Do Something

Okay, it’s a joke. It struck me that the whole idea of “ten ways to…” may be getting slightly hackneyed, but my suspicion is that they will keep on coming.

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