Whether you’re a newcomer to sustained anxiety (welcome to the club) or a veteran, there are many ways to manage it. Note that I’m not a behavioral care professional, and these tips are experiential. Hopefully you’ll find them valuable.
When you write blogs that are educational, your audience certainly benefits from gaining knowledge, and you benefit by building trust, engagement, and leads. But do blog posts lead to purchases? The answer is yes.
When it comes to your business, specifically marketing and writing content, the DIY approach carries too much risk and too little reward. In this video, I discuss five reasons why you shouldn’t write your own content.
A visitor will stay on your website if you’ve captured their attention with a clear value proposition that makes them want to learn more about how you can help them. This, my friends, is achieved by writing with empathy to your audience.
Many organizations advocate for people with mental illness by saying stop the mental illness stigma. It’s a well-intentioned message, but I don’t agree with the choice of words because it’s defeating its purpose.
The more frequently you touch your audience with quality content, the more top-of-mind you will be, which draws buyers to you and enhances your online presence. Let’s examine three types of content that accomplish this.