Sunday, December 30, 2007

New Blogging COurse from Mark Joyner Doubles Your Profits

Ok that is unproven by me as of yet. But he is giving it away for free and all you have to do is post about it on your I am doing here. So follow my lead because Mark Joyner has proven to be a money maker, expert marketer, and was the 1st recognized guy to have an that was downloaded over 1,000,000 times!

Obviously he knows how to write compelling info that people want and that is why I am recommending and strongly urging you to test out his product. You get a course from this master for free so you have nothing to lose.

I'm evaluating a multi-media course on blogging from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they're letting you snag it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

  • The best blogging techniques.
  • How to get traffic to your blog.
  • How to turn your blog into money.

I'll let you know what I think once I've had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it's still free.

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Friday, December 21, 2007

Writing is Good for the Soul

Writing is good for you in a spiritual way. You get your pleasures, pains, frustrations and feelings out there on paper so it is raw. Your writing shows you a clear picture of what is going on.

you can draw conclusions from it much better because it forces you to clarify your thoughts and feelings. Also, writing em down gives you a record to return to and revisits months from now.

So get in the habit of doing it.

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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Writing Program for The Typing Poor

IF you have poor or slow typing skills then this maybe for you. Writing is something we should all do but should do it the most efficient way.

Dragon Naturally SPeaking is a program I have considered purchasing. I have heard good things about it and that the latest versions are much "smarter" and greatly improved.

What do you think? Have you used it?

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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Writing and Content Sites I Found Today

The whole goal with your writing is to find your audience and distribute your message to the widest group possible. You want ALL those interested in what you have to say to read your writing. Otherwise what's the point?

htttp:// finds your audience.

In my searching for places to post and distribute my content I found some new, highly ranked and visited sites.

Check out,,, and

Especially I found to be very cool and worthwhile for distributing business content both in text and multimedia format.

Check out today to keep abreast of new developments and ways it finds your audience.

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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Writing Resource that's cool for biz cards

TOday I found this cool little site that can print biz cards from photos you have loaded onto the different social networks.

You can of course write what you want in text on the card to augment the photo as well as use their stock photos if you prefer. check out

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Monday, December 17, 2007

Quick Writing Tip

Have your plan of action. A quick script or outline of what you want to write and how much you plan to write in terms of pages per topic. Your writing will go much faster this way.

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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Writing for Money Points & Tips

Reality of Get paid for writing

is a buzz going on in net world to write for money. In recent times
many sites come up claiming to pay you for writing posts like
PayPerPost, ReviewMe, sponsored Review, Smorty and lots of other whose
name I don't remember now. Cautionary tale to be aware of.

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Make money quickly through eBook writing

an eBook is actually easier than you might think and is a feasible way
to make some extra money online. The cyberspace community needs its
eBooks to be successful so that more and more eBooks will be written..

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One Thing Leads To Another - Writing for money

testimonial proving that writing collaboration can lead to making money
online. There is money to be made by writing and many in need of good
quality writers to produce articles written for them

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Copywriting Course with Expert Copywriter Trevor Crook

Check out this video:

Copywriting Course expert video

Expert copywriting course instructor Trevor 'ToeCracker' Crook goes deep in magic words that sell your products.

These are great tips that can make or break your business and gets you more sales fast than you ever dreamed possible.
Get your copy of the 1 hour and 15 minute training for free here at:

copywriting course training

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Saturday, November 24, 2007

5 Tips For Effortless Writing

Not the writing tips we learn in school, but very practical and does relate to writing your own books or ebooks. Goes through the 5 tips and what to do to get your writing out there.

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Monday, November 19, 2007

Croc Shoes and Thrilla Copywriting

Now what would Croc shoes have to do with Copywriting I hear you ask. Well, actually nothing, or not these ones at least. I heard on the grapevine that Trevor “Toe Cracker” Crook, a fellow Aussie, Pay it Forward entrepreneur and the master of copywriting himself, is hosting a free webinar for TaggZilla

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Is Copywriting Important to Bloggers?

I'll save you the trouble of reading the entire article right now, and just answer the question: yes. Absolutely, without a doubt, copywriting is extremely important to bloggers.

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Copywriting Knockout Punches For Serious Entrepreneurs”

This bloke reckons that he's the 'Crocodile Dundee' of copywriters and he'll give clients the biggest advertising knife! Then they can slash their competitors leave them feeling like a one legged swimmer in a crocodile infested creek... maybe something for an everyday blogger like me to learn!

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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Resume help

Story about resume help. The name of the site says it all....resume experts. Get the expert help you need right now.

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Resume Writing Services

Top notch resume writing services to get you up and running very fast.

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How to Write a Resume

6 steps to creating a great resume so that you can get your career rolling the right way

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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Free Resume Templates - How to Use Them

Some practical advice when using free resume templates successfully and avoid looking like an amateur

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Keyword Optimize Your Resume for Max Exposure

How to make your resume more effective to online human resources people and searches. More visibility is always better for you.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Copywriter Wanted - Good Tips for all Resume Writers

If you’re a writer applying for a posted “Creative Writer” wanted job why not ah, be freakin creative? Sending a resume just puts you in a big stack. Differentiating yourself puts you on my to call list. These kind of tips are great to get the attention you want.

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How To Make A Resume Without Being a Writer

Your cover letter and resume are your �first impression� that you are making on prospective employers and so they are critically important. Your first impression needs to be one of professionalism and competence. Make your words and the space on your resume page count

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How To Make A Resume Without Being a Writer

In today's world, no matter what sort of job you're looking for, you absolutely need a top-notch Cover Letter and Resume if you want to get an interview. These 2 elements either get attention or go straight to the trash can! You decide!

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Monday, November 12, 2007

Best tips about how to write resume

Looking for a job can be frustrating.In this article, I will list the
top 10 tips I think are the most important to use while writing the
winning resume. make your resume do what it is supposed to do, get
attention and that reclusive interview

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Resume Tips from the Recruiter

Ideally, your resume should be written to help you be considered for a
specific job title. Here is a resume building process for you to

What is a resume?
- What should a good resume accomplish?
- What
are the essential parts of a resume?
- What is a job objective and why
is it important?
- What should not be included in a resume?

answers to
the questions and what you should do are contained in this post.

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Resume Information - how to construct your resume from the ground up

Here is all the information you need to help you get started in writing
your resume.

Learn some great resume writing tips and some real
examples of resumes you can use as a guide. Make this all important
document work for you. COnstructing it the right way goes a long way to
you getting results

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Saturday, November 10, 2007

Resume Information That Gets You Started

Here is all the information you need to help you get started in writing
your resume. Learn some great resume writing tips and some real
examples of resumes you can use as a guide. A veritable treasure trove
of info to get you started on your way to successful resume
creation...not just any resume but one that gets you results.

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Law Resume Tips That Extend to All Fields and Industries

Your resume is not the place to get creative.

Don't try to cram in
everything you've ever done by reducing the margins to half an inch or
the font type down to 8- or 9-point. Employers have to look at many,
many resumes and will not appreciate one that is packed to the limit,
making it difficult to read or understand. Save the creativity and your
exceptional nature for the interview when you really want to stand out.

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Top 10 Resume Tips to Get You That Interview!

Did you think about your resume file name when you attached it?

What about web bugs embedded in your resume. This is a top-10 list of items that you should think about before sending out your resume. This is a checklist to keep you on track and make sure you have covered all your bases before submitting a resume that would flop. Get that interview by following this blueprint.

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Friday, November 9, 2007

How To Write A Compelling Resume That

How will you ensure that your resume will make the cut and that you will capture attention and get the call for an interview? Here are a few crucial tips that are absolutely essential to the creation of a compelling resume in such competitive times. You have to stand out and make yourself the kick ass person the human resource manager wants to interview.

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How to Make a Resume - easy resume writing

The frustration of not getting any calls back together with the stress at home could of devastated me. But then I found a great piece of software where I learned how to make a resume. Helps make the process of getting your resume created and out there easier.

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Tips that Make Resume Writing Simple

Writing a resume from scratch can be a difficult task. Even if you do have a way with words, selecting the most relevant information about you and getting is down on paper isn’t easy. The following list of questions will help make resume writing easier....

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Thursday, November 8, 2007

How to Construct a Killer Resume, From Start to Finish

Some good tips on resume writing. A comprehensive article that takes
you from start to finish on how to construct your resume from scratch.

Tells you what not to do (fire up MS word with generic resume template)
and what to do.

Being specific about your accomplishments and giving
real, unique value to the human resource person reading your resume is
absolutely essential to getting noticed, attracting their attention and
interest, and ultimately getting the 1 thing you crave....THE INTERVIEW!

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The Top Three Mistakes Attorneys Make on Their Resumes

Top three Resume Mistakes which can be affect on your legal career.

Vague Explanations of Experienced and Accomplishments, Cluttered with
Irrelevant Information this type of Resume Mistakes are straight from
Experienced Resume Writers at Legal Resume Writing.

These techniques
apply to you too, NOT just attorneys!

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How To Make A Resume Without Writing

A new software package that makes interview getting resumes and cover
letters for you.

This software is for you if: You have no writing
skills, don't want to write, don't know where to start with a resume.

Has templates of successful resumes that you can flat out steal and use
to get that interview you covet.

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Job Hunting: The Resume

A funny take on writing and presenting a resume. Job hunting told as it
is. Hilarious.

This has many funny little anecdotes and recalls about
how interviewers don't listen, ask questions over and over, and revisit
info they should have gotten by reading your well prepared resume.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

How to Create a Resume on Squidoo

A Treasure trove of resources, books and good common sense info to jazz
up your resume and make it pop. It talks about the importance of your
resume, different elements like: objective, introduction, and other
highly necessary parts of any successful resume.

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Resume Software - Does it Work?

If creating your resume gives you nightmares then it may be that resume
software could help you. These are paid solutions but when you are in a
bind they save you loads of time.

Also, they provide what you are
looking for...a resume that gets you the ONLY RESULT you care
about...the INTERVIEW.

That is all your resume is supposed to do. That
is it's only job. This post talks about the software and how it works.

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How to Write Successful Federal Government Resumes

A great resource about Federal Resume Writing. Talks about the
differences between federal government resumes and regular private
industry company resumes.What you want to put in your resume for
federal government and what to say when you get into the interview.

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Sunday, August 19, 2007

How to Make a Resume - 1st and Foremost....

The first and most important part of your resume creation is your psychology. You must understand why you are creating it and how to create it for maximum result.

Here is what you should be thinking....what value can you give to your prospective employer?

That is the overriding mindset to have when you are writing it, or when you are telling your hired gun how to write it describe the value you have to offer an employer.

The same way that you only care what your salary, benefits, and job is going to be for you; your employer only cares how much you are going to cost him and how much revenue you are going to bring in. Or if you are admin there will be some other metrics he will measure your performance by.

He is evaluating whether to keep you around (after he has decided to hire you that is) and if you provide appropriate value to the level he is paying you. Also, the value you give will determine when (or more often if) you get a raise and how much.

The more valuable you are the more money you can make.

5 Top Tips:

1. We have already discussed...what value do you give? The more you can customize it to each individual company you are applying the more you stand out from girl #123 who is also applying.

2. Your resume is your marketing piece. Treat it as such and write it as such.

3. I have never seen a thumbnail photo on a resume but for your top 10 desired positions why not put an excellent quality full color photo. It would definitely help you stand out.

4. Think of the human resources person seeing your resume. They get hundreds (maybe thousands) of resumes to go through at any 1 time. That means they glance at each one and if nothing catches their eye, BAM straight to the trash can! That's why the photo idea would make you stand out. Test it out what could it hurt?

5. Be clear, concise with your objective again with emphasis on the value you provide and specific, applicable skills you bring to the table. Crushing a beer can on your head or being an expert french braider (ladies) are not skills your prospective employer cares about.

6. Keep to standard formatting, spell check, and grammar check! These are huge as the only idea they have of who you are is this 1 piece of paper. Keep this in mind and make that 1 piece of paper really sizzle AND STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD.

Above all avoid being guy #1432, and become Mark Harris (or whatever your name happens to be); Become a name not just a faceless number.

Top 2 tools for creating your custom, kick ass resume:

Creates Your Custom Marketing Soldier Resume

Secrets That Catapult Your Resume Over the Also-rans