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fountain pen writingEffective writing is necessary for a successful biz.

It’s true, I’m sorry…

Writing interesting headlines will super charge your click through; to your website, gallery, store, events page, sign-up page – anything you actually want your people to be looking at.

Because I love you so much – here’s a lesson on writing headlines that I wrote for my list.

Your task now…

Dumbledore's Dark Secrets Headline Newspaper Daily ProphetWrite 9 personality based sign up “calls to action” for your opt-in. Nothing so boring as “Sign up for my email list”.

Choose the best 3.

Use what you’ve just learned about writing headlines.

Alliteration. Intrigue. Ask a question.

Make it interesting.

I hope you get a lot out of these Creative Biz Refresher emails. They’ll be coming every Monday, Wednesday and Friday for September – let me know what you think!

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I’m hosting a Mailchimp Basics Hangout on January 29th, 2015 at 8 pm EST if you’re interested. Sign up for my mailing list (after the post) to be notified with all the information. At the risk of saying this again, there’s a difference between a “Contact List” & your “Email List”. Knowing this can be […]

I love me my MailChimp.

Yep, I did it again. Unlike last year, I did not try some Herculean task of attempting semi-originals (except I kinda did) by spot-painting a bunch of Christmas cards. I did hand-draw some Christmas elements onto existing postcards and ended up with a pretty fun pile of Holiday greetings that are winging their way out […]

I love reader questions – you know why? I don’t have to think about what to do – I just give you what you ask for. Honestly, it makes my life so much easier. Use the little burgundy button with the microphone to record a question. I’ll use it in a video &/or podcast – […]

…hey Buddy, That’s not your list. Your address book is not your list. Your Facebook friends are not your list… seriously.