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5 SEO Tips for Your Next Blog Post

Tips for Your Next Blog Post

Search engine optimization is always important, even when you generate traffic in other ways. There are many SEO tips that can help rank your page organically and the better you do this, the more long-term regular traffic your website will continue to get. So, how do you apply good SEO into your writing? It’s really…

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4 Tips to Write a Great Blog Post

Blogging Tips

It would be wonderful if we could sit down and create an entire blog post at full speed, the words flowing as fast as we can type them. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work that way. Creating a great blog post is within your ability though, and here we’ll look at a few tips to help…

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The Difference Between Copy & Content

copywriting content writing

Content and copy are two different types of writing, though some people believe them to be the same. Both types of writing have different objectives, styles, and require different skills to write. Let’s take a look at what each one is. Content Writing Content is about informing the reader. It gives information in a factual…

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The Pros and Cons of Guest Blogging

Guest Blogging

For many years, guest blogging has been an essential tool for many websites. Now, however, some changes by Google are making this tactic less effective, and in some cases, they will even penalize your site. So what are the advantages of using this strategy? And do they out-weigh the negatives? How Guest Blogging Works First,…

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Improve Your Google My Business Listing Rank

Google My Business

If you are the owner of a local business – or someone marketing on their behalf – then it is almost essential that you have a listing on Google My Business. These listings appear at the top of Google’s search results, making them a prime location when trying to get new customers. Your listing will…

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Are Women Better Writers Than Men?

Do Women Writer Better Than Men?

While I’m about to go off on a long, seemingly pointless tangent, please bear with it and keep reading, as I promise, hand to heart, that what I am about to say, as flowery and unnecessarily descriptive as it may be, will make sense… eventually. As a young female writer who has dreamed of being…

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Defend Our Coast Day of Action

Defend Our Coast, Victoria BC

On October 22, 2012, over 5,000 people gathered in front of the BC Legislature in Victoria to protest tar sands pipelines and tankers. From the Defend Our Coast website: What we witnessed today was the very embodiment of “grassroots.” First Nations and environmental leaders may have been the organizing force behind Defend our Coast, but…

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What’s the Beef with Raw Milk?

Raw Milk Protest, Victoria BC

On November 23, all across this great land of Canada, people gathered in many of the provinces’ major cities to rally for and celebrate Food Freedom Day. The rallies took place on the fifth anniversary of the 2006 raid on dairy farmer and raw milk activist, Michael Schmidt’s Glencolton Farms. The Michael Schmidt Backstory Glencolton…

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Biography of Gary Snyder

As one of the most famous American poets, Gary Snyder has been linked to the Beat Movement, the Black Mountain Poets and the San Francisco Renaissance. As a lover of nature and Zen Buddhism, Snyder focuses his works around those themes, and dedicates much of his life to environmental activism. Gary Sherman Snyder was born…

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Biography of Lew Welch

As it happens for many writers and artists, Lew Welch was often marked by uncertainty and conflicted with his role in society. He lacked the ability to meet goals he had set for himself and usually changed them anyway. He was prone to mental breakdowns from the time he was a baby and suffered with…

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