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Hashtag Cheat Sheet

By Kris Guy | November 21, 2018 If you spend time on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or other social media sites, you've likely seen the "#" symbol used in a post or tweet. Known as a hashtag, this symbol is actually a powerful ...
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A Gram of Grammar: Parallel Construction

By Kris Guy | November 8, 2018 When we speak or write, our brains process words quicker if they are uniform in structure. Using parallel construction makes understanding the content much easier. Let’s take a look at how this works ...
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8 Headline Types You Need to Know

By Kris Guy | November 3, 2018 Do you ever struggle to write compelling headlines? Ones that will grab attention, pull in prospects and get them to read on? If so, you’re not alone. Many of us—yes, even writers like ...
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A Gram of Grammar: Less vs. Fewer

By Kris Guy | November 1, 2018 Do you know when to use “less” versus “fewer”? Since their meanings are similar, it can be tricky. Here's a simple way to help you remember. “Less” is used with mass nouns or nouns that ...
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What Hairdryers Have to Do with Your Marketing

By Kris Guy | October 26, 2018 Have you ever seen the 1980s Mel Brooks’ movie “Spaceballs”? Judging by the title, you can probably guess it wasn’t nominated for an Oscar. But it does have a scene that has always ...
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Why Your Headlines Aren’t Working

By Kris Guy | October 1, 2018 You’ve spent hours writing a brilliant landing page about your company’s new product. Now you’re ready to go live so your soon-to-be adoring prospects can learn all about it. But, wait. You forgot ...
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5 Mistakes to Avoid in Your Marketing

By Kris Guy | September 12, 2018 Does this marketing scenario sound familiar? You send out a customer email, hoping to boost sales of your newest product. Instead, you get little to no response. What went wrong? Many marketers make ...
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