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Your Voice in Words - Semantic Writing
Your Voice in Words - Semantic Writing

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How To Write Content for Buyer Intent

The words you use in your content still have significance, but in a different way. Words written in natural language to answer customer questions, allow your site visitors to understand your products and services and lead them toward a purchase. The vocabulary you use for your business reflects your understanding of customer need.

If your content is about you, your product, or service without filling a need, the text is just taking up space. The text may feed your ego, but if it doesn’t address client concerns your site visitor will skim, skip, or leave the page.

Read more: https://goo.gl/KtmkBn

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Writers Newsletter
How to get the best from a book cover designer
7 eBook publishing mistakes to avoid
Tips to make your thriller more thrilling
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Mystery Author Chat
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Interview with +Oleg Moskalensky about _The Roman Heir _http://geni.us/TheRomanHeir

Join us! https://youtu.be/gjWEmAgG08E
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Author Interview
Join me with +Oleg Moskalensky as we chat about writing historical mysteries, finding ideas, and how one fiction author works.
Be part of the the conversation. Comment and add questions.

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Mystery and History Author Interview

Live incoversation with +Oleg Moskalensky.

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Exclusive Interview with the author of "The Roman Heir", +Zara Altair!
Tuesday, July 25, at 3pm Pacific on YouTube Live

Don't miss this candid look at the book and its author, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjWEmAgG08E
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Semantic Writing Newsletter
Use the power of emotions in content
Content for small business
How to use storytelling in content
and more...

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In 3 Hours
Author Interview
Join me with +Oleg Moskalensky as we chat about writing historical mysteries, finding ideas, and how one fiction author works.
Be part of the the conversation. Comment and add questions.

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SEO and Choice
+Dawn Anderson explains choice option limitation.

H/T +Omi Sido

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Semantic Writing Newsletter
Time for a blog cleanup - do your old ones still work?
Tips to write captivating headlines
Optimize for featured snippets
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How To Think Like A Sniper +David Amerland
Why and how mind training helps in life. And how to start.

Spend five minutes focusing on your breathing. Sit still, breathe in through the nose slowly and then exhale through the mouth. Feel yourself doing it. It sounds simple but there is a host of neurophysiological processes that are activated and link the body with the mind via this seemingly simple activity.

Go over business or life scenarios you have already lived through. Play them in your mind examining the sequence of events, your actions and the outcome. Change some of the elements, use the “what-if” option to consider what would have happened had you done something differently at some point in time.

Think about basic motivations. Consider what moves you. What moves those around you? How can you tell? How could you tell if you encountered the information at some point in the future? How do the motivations you perceive break down into smaller components? How could you tell if you encountered them?

That’s it. Practice daily.

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Ten Ways To Hide Clues in Your Mystery

Clues to Your Clues

Writing a traditional mystery takes planning, and clues are a major part of that plan. Mysteries are puzzles and, as a mystery writer, you are playing a game with your reader. You want to play fair by not giving away too much, and yet setting a trail of clues that does not surprise them in the end.

Your aim is for readers to think, “I should have guessed that.” But they didn’t.

What you need is a strategy to hide your clues in plain sight. As a mystery writer, you can develop tactics in the puzzle you create for your reader.

Read the rest at International Thriller Writers _The Thrill Begins _.https://goo.gl/3MSqZB
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