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Posted by: David Spinks - 5 January 2010 / 12:05
We were not asked to write this post. Brian and the team at copyblogger doesn’t even know I’m writing it. I am simply writing this post because I have found a ginormous (yea I said it) amount of value in their content and felt compelled to share it with you guys, here.
Every time they talk about a common mistake that writers make, I can think of a time when I’ve made that mistake. They help me fix it.
Their advice on headlines and on writing blog posts in general has completely changed the way I approach blogging, and the way I write.
They bring in some extremely interesting and talented guest writers that provided a different perspective on writing. I’ve discovered and followed quite a few of them.
When Brian Clark gives advice, you don’t feel like he’s talking down to you. Posts can be lengthy, and yet still extremely easy to read/browse. The content is always very relevant and extremely easy to consume. They’re great teachers.
They’re not pushy at all about selling their products like some other blog tip sites.
In a nutshell, CopyBlogger rocks, and anyone who writes, should subscribe over there. You won’t regret it.
Impress me once, good for you. Impress me every damn time I visit your site, and I will share it with as many people as I possibly can.