Molly Krumholz

How To Fail At Anything: 8 Lessons From An Adventure Gone Awry

By Molly Krumholz / September 16, 2016 / 0 Comments

Remember that one time you went all-in on a shiny new marketing strategy, only to watch your site activity plummet? Or the year you decided to start your own blog, perhaps? You know, the one that’s still languishing as a perpetual embarrassment in some dark corner of the internet?

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Following BlogMutt on Instagram, Yet? Here’s Why We Joined.

By Molly Krumholz / August 12, 2016 / 0 Comments

BlogMutt is always checking out what’s new in the content world — a little while ago, we joined SnapChat to see what all the buzz was about. Now, BlogMutt is on Instagram and we’re pretty excited about it.

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Double Modals & Descriptive Grammar

By Molly Krumholz / July 28, 2016 / 0 Comments

Writers like to collect words. We delight in finding them and pocketing them away for the next time we’re grasping for that perfect expression. Since studying descriptive grammar in college as a linguistics major (and being wholly ruined for prescriptivist grammar), I have also learned to collect phrases that are common in natural speech but forbidden by grammarians. We […]

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How to Make More Actionable Blog Content & Why it Matters

By Molly Krumholz / July 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

In the realm of law, the term “actionable” refers to activities or behaviors that may precipitate a lawsuit—in other words, activities against which legal actions may be taken. However, in the content marketing world, “actionable” blog posts are not only legal, but they’re also exactly what you should aim for. Actionable content incites readers to take action. Simple as […]

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