If this week is any indication, 2010 is on fire with compelling content. (I’m a believer in “content is king.”) The articles and blog posts listed here are only a tiny percentage of the great pieces I read this week.
- Bookends, LLC – A Literary Agency A Query on Queries. Agent Jessica Faust ponders whether “agent blogs and web sites have made things more complicated rather than simpler.” Which explains why she answers this seemingly no-brainer question.
- Entrepreneur Magazine Freelancing? Think Like a Business Owner by Michelle Goodman. One of my freelancing gurus offers solid tips for growing your income and managing projects.
- Marketing Profs Daily Mini Cooper Ad Fires on All Cylinders. Paul Williams discusses how this Mini Cooper campaigns hits all the right advertising notes: it’s attention getting; has a clear, memorable message; is brand appropriate; is locally/audience relevant and is remarkable. Although the campaign is image-heavy, Paul’s post is a perfect reminder of what’s required to pen compelling copy.
- Social Media Examiner 13 Ideas to Inspire Your Blog Content Blogger Denise Wakeman offers tips for busting what I like to call the “blog fog.”
Two great Q&As with authors this week:
- Motherlogue: Q&A with Jennie Shortridge [author of the novel When She Flew]
- UrbanMuse: 5 Qs with Melissa Hart, Author of Gringa [a memoir]
Your turn. What did you read this week that you’d like to share here?