Weak writing is the bane of any content marketer’s existence. The average reader decides within eight seconds whether to continue reading or click away. Someone who is irritated by a piece of writing isn’t going to continue reading to get to your product. You can have fantastic marketing, a beautiful website with perfect SEO, and your project will still fail if the writing isn’t up to par.
There’s something no one tells you when you’re starting up a blog. Something every aspiring writer should be filled in on. Creating and marketing content is hard! There are 52 weeks in a year, and if you want to get the best return on your work, you should be posting on your blog at least two times a week, every week. Along with that, you need to run your Social Media and SEO, you need to respond to trends and news stories, roll with your day to day life, and keep your business on track.
Almost everyone, at some point in their lives, decides to try and lose a little weight—whether it’s because you want to improve your health or you think it will help you look better in a certain dress. However, losing weight is not easy for everyone, and everyone loses at different rates. Some people are just meant to be the size they are. Two friends may start a diet at the same time, only to have one reach their goal a few months later while the other is still working on losing their first 20 pounds. But there is one universal truth in weight loss, and that is that the better the quality of your diet, the more you will lose in a healthier way, or at least, the better you will feel while doing it. And that’s the key to a happy life, isn’t it? Being healthy and feeling good! While many diet plans include packaged, high-salt foods, it’s better to replace these shortcuts with honestly real ingredients—and choosing to substitute, add, or season with any of the following five ingredients will go a long way to helping you reach your goals without a high volume of salt that could harm your heart.
Ever wish for the good old days? Well, you might be misguided. Toilet paper wasn’t even invented, let alone widely available, until 1857. Commercial soap came along even later, hitting markets around 1900. It was a germy, germy world. But one thing that has always been very nearly the same (aside from some changes in the original state of the ingredients) is the staff of life—bread.
Eating on the cheap is not an easy thing to do. However, if you’re careful, make a commitment not to waste anything and are a little patient, you can do it spectacularly.