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A Beginner’s Look At Content Marketing Calendars (Template Included!)

By Verblio / July 7, 2020 / Comments Off on A Beginner’s Look At Content Marketing Calendars (Template Included!)

If a content marketer’s office were burning down and they only had time to grab one thing, it would have to be their content marketing calendar.  Forget the family photos, employee of the month plaque, or the content pun coffee mug. All of those are replaceable — but content marketing calendars are forever.  We kid…

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Everything You Need To Know About Guest Blogging

By Verblio / July 7, 2020 / Comments Off on Everything You Need To Know About Guest Blogging

In this post, we’re going to talk about something that should be in every content marketer’s playbook: Guest blogging.  If you’re unfamiliar with the practice, or simply need a tune-up, this post will cover everything you need to know to get started.  Let’s dive in! What is Guest Blogging?  Guest blogging is simply writing and publishing…

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Verblio Freelance Writer Spotlight: Kary VanArsdale

By Verblio / May 11, 2020 / Comments Off on Verblio Freelance Writer Spotlight: Kary VanArsdale

Editor’s note: this post was originally published in October 2018 but has been updated to reflect Kary’s accomplishments as of May 2020 and include some brief updates from her since this post’s last writing. Spoiler alert: she’s still writing up a storm, turning out as much high-quality content as ever! This month, we’re so pleased…

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A Writer’s Guide to Kicking Butt & Paying the Bills with Verblio

By Verblio / February 19, 2020 / Comments Off on A Writer’s Guide to Kicking Butt & Paying the Bills with Verblio

Are you new to Verblio and getting a feel for how things work around here? Get ready to kick butt and pay those bills with our in-depth guide for success.

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Explaining Every Weird & Obscure Reference We Made in 2019 Emails

By Annika Nagy / January 28, 2020 / Comments Off on Explaining Every Weird & Obscure Reference We Made in 2019 Emails

But first, poetry from a ten year old As a child, I was exceptionally good at rhyming and making up fake song lyrics. I had no idea this would one day serve me as copywriter for a company called Verblio. Now I get to send business emails with subject lines like this: I can explain. And…

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Verblio Freelance Writer Spotlight: Michelle Halsey

By Verblio / January 15, 2020 / Comments Off on Verblio Freelance Writer Spotlight: Michelle Halsey

Editor’s note: this post was originally published in October 2018 but has been updated to reflect Michelle’s accomplishments as of May 2020 and include some brief updates from her since this post’s last writing. Spoiler alert: she’s still writing up a (hilarious) storm, turning out as much high-quality content as ever! For this edition of…

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