A Big Week at Copyblogger

A Big Week at Copyblogger

Ever been frustrated with putting a site together and wished someone could just do the whole thing for you? With custom graphics, copy, marketing automation, and even content strategy — all using Copyblogger principles?

Very soon, we’re going to be able to make that happen.

Our big news this week is that we’ve entered into a relationship with a new partner that will allow us to offer you an extensive range of done-for-you services in the very near future.

There’s plenty to talk about, including a significant price increase coming for new Rainmaker customers (but not for you if you’re already a customer or start your free trial shortly), so get all the details over on Brian Clark’s Thursday announcement.

On Monday, the editorial team revealed some of their “pet peeves” around content and writing. It’s always fun to gripe a little, but I also thought it would be interesting to explore what those peeves said about our values, as individuals and as a company.

On Tuesday, Beth Hayden let us know how she came to love writing sales pages — with three critical points we need to look at in our own efforts.

And on Wednesday, Brian let us know about an elegantly simple way to create excitement and dramatic tension in your content. This is one of those techniques that creates a massive impact with a modest effort, so do go check it out.

Over on the podcast, I talked with Tara Gentile about her new community for digital business owners. She had some interesting thoughts on where she thinks digital business is going, and some of the challenges and rewards of building online communities.

— Sonia Simone

Chief Content Officer, Rainmaker Digital


Catch up on this week’s content


no one can nurse a good peeve like a group of writersPet Peeves from the Copyblogger Editorial Team, and What they Reveal

by Sonia Simone


 the better you are at addressing your prospect’s concerns, doubts, and objections, the more sales you’ll bring in3 Tips on High-Conversion Copy from a Sales Page Specialist

by Beth Hayden


Pulp Fiction expertly uses a common writing technique that grabs attention right from the beginning, and magnetically holds itThe ‘Pulp Fiction’ Technique for Engaging and Persuasive Content

by Brian Clark


Last Chance to Get the Rainmaker Platform at the Current PricingLast Chance to Get the Rainmaker Platform at the Current Pricing

by Brian Clark


Should Online Entrepreneurs Write a Book?Should Online Entrepreneurs Write a Book?

by Sean Jackson & Jessica Frick


Talking Community and Digital Business with Tara GentileTalking Community and Digital Business with Tara Gentile

by Sonia Simone


How Bestselling Fantasy & Sci-Fi Author Catherynne M. Valente Writes: Part TwoHow Bestselling Fantasy & Sci-Fi Author Catherynne M. Valente Writes: Part Two

by Kelton Reid


How to Immediately Become a More Productive (and Better) PodcasterHow to Immediately Become a More Productive (and Better) Podcaster

by Jerod Morris & Jon Nastor


The Biggest Mistakes Online Entrepreneurs Make and How to Fix ThemThe Biggest Mistakes Online Entrepreneurs Make and How to Fix Them

by Sean Jackson & Jessica Frick


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