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A Writer's Perspective: Being A Preferred Writer & How It Motivates Me

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How becoming a preferred writer can improve the experience of writers and customers alike, told from the point of view of a BlogMutt writer.
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BlogMutt
July 20, 2016

FEATURED

How To Start A Blog: The 12-Month Checklist [Infographic]

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[Infographic] Blogging consistently is tough. Here's how to start a blog with a 12-month checklist to keep your content strategy (and you!) on task.
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By
Kali Greff
April 28, 2016

FEATURED

Editorial Calendar Template for 2016

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Download BlogMutt's Editorial Calendar Template for 2016 and get your content organized.
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By
Patrick Armitage
December 22, 2015

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30 Blog Post Ideas For When You Don't Know What To Write About

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If you're stuck for ideas and coming up on a deadline, check out these 30 creative blog post ideas for when you don't know what to write about.
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By
BlogMutt
March 7, 2016

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A Writer's Perspective: Being A Preferred Writer & How It Motivates Me

Being a preferred writer for a client in BlogMutt's system is one factor that motivates me to do my best work. This is a feature that more companies would do well to adopt.

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BY BlogMutt
July 20, 2016

BlogMutt Delivery Options, Demystified

Variety is the spice of life. And BlogMutt customers have plenty of variety when it comes to how they can receive their purchased posts.

There are two categories of delivery options: the free services and the paid service.

Which delivery method works best for you? Here are all of BlogMutt's delivery options demystified, so you can decide for yourself.

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BY Courtney Tobin
July 19, 2016

When It's OK To Block A BlogMutt Writer

No one wants to waste each other's time. If you’re rejecting a BlogMutt writer’s posts multiple times, you might want to save time for everyone involved by blocking the writer from your subscription.

Here’s our guide on when it’s appropriate to block a writer.

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BY Kevin Lawrence
July 18, 2016

How To Make More Actionable Content & Why It Matters

In the realm of law, the term “actionable” refers to activities or behaviors that may precipitate a lawsuit—in other words, activities against which legal actions may be taken.

However, in the content marketing world, “actionable” blog posts are not only legal, they're exactly what you should aim for. Actionable content incites readers to take action. Simple as that.

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BY Molly Krumholz
July 15, 2016

Cage Match: Keep Title Capitalization Simple, Avoid AP/News-Style Headlines

I love rules. I love following rules and I love making rules. I am a rule maker—not a rule breaker. If we ever play a board game together, yes, I will almost certainly whip out the rules sheet at some point during the game.

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BY Courtney Tobin
July 14, 2016

Cage Match: 2 Reasons To Support Writing Blog Titles Using AP Style

At BlogMutt, we work hard to make our own blog an example of what a great business blog can be. Month after month, we look for new ways to grow and improve the Hydrant, and a lot of that is done by our own trial and error. We figure out what works (and what doesn’t) and then take those nuggets of information and pass them along to you, our customers and writers.

One of our most recent blog team projects has been to develop a style guide that we can use to create greater consistency across all of our content. The Hydrant style guide will dictate things like spelling, punctuation, and capitalization, as well as more subtle things like tone and voice.

As you might imagine, there are some style points that we all agree on, like the Oxford comma. However, there are other areas where we disagree. In those cases, we put on our literary boxing gloves for a friendly cage match to settle our differences (but mostly just to give ourselves an excuse to nerd out about writing).

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BY April Bohnert
July 13, 2016

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