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How to Get Products to Review on Your Blog

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This post is based on Episode 178 of the ProBlogger podcast. Whether your blog is all about reviewing products or you want to review them occasionally, it’s not always easy to get your hands on them. I faced this problem in my early blogging days when I ran a camera review ...more

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Value Sequencing Decider Graphic

This free infographic (with test ideas based on the customer journey and segmentation) will help you understand when you should further inform, boost cognitive momentum or just get out of the customer’s way.

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The Lost Tax Deductions Under New Law

Over the last year, you’ve surely read or heard that many long-standing deductions go away. In this short blog post, I’m going to review these lost tax deductions. Knowing which deductions you no longer get to take should make preparing your tax return easier. Personal Exemptions In past, taxpayer potentially received a roughly $4,000 deduction […]

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Every Conversion Copywriter Should Be Skilled at Interviewing

31 interview questions copywriters can ask company employees, customers and customer-facing employees.

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18 Ways to Create Scannable Content for Your Blog

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This post is based on Episode 176 of the ProBlogger podcast. You’ve chosen your words with care, and put a lot of thought into them. But no-one’s even reading your posts, let alone commenting or sharing. If you want more readers, more engagement, and more sharing of your content (and let’s face ...more

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How to Make Your List Items and Bullet Points Super Smooth

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This is a post by ProBlogger writing expert Ali Luke Do you ever use lists in your blogging? They might be bullet points, tips that you’re sharing in a list post, or even a simple list of three or four items in a sentence. If you’ve been writing blog posts ...more

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B&O Tax Nexus in Washington

This blog post is the second in a two-part series. This post explains how Washington B&O tax, or “business and occupation tax,” works for multi-state businesses. Last week’s blog post explained how Washington sales tax works for multi-state businesses. B&O Basics Washington’s B&O tax recognizes three main categories of businesses, which it treats differently and […]

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277: The Secret to Building a Better Blog

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31 Days to Build a Better Blog Today’s the day to sign up for our 31 Days to Build a Better Blog course. Why? Well, it’s 50% off for a limited time. And if you register by the end of February you’ll get to be a part of our 31-day ...more

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How I Write a Blog Post: My Step-by-Step Process

The post How I Write a Blog Post: My Step-by-Step Process appeared first on ProBlogger.

This post is based on Episode 186 of the ProBlogger podcast. I’m often asked how I write a blog post. What does the process look like from start to finish? ProBlogger readers and podcast listeners have asked about where in the process I do specific things, such as writing the headline and ...more

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Sales Tax Nexus in Washington

We’ve already covered on this blog how payroll taxes work in Washington State. But there are two other types of Washington State taxes that just about every small business should know about: sales/use tax, and B&O. What’s more, multistate businesses that conduct business both in and outside of Washington need to know how Washington’s nexus […]

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