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  • Jingle Bells Writer Contest

    By Greg Secrist on December 19, 2014
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    Let Your Voice Be Heard! First of all, thank you for all of the submissions we received.  We’ve narrowed it down to the top 5 contestants, and now it’s your turn to decide who wins!  Remember to get your friends and family involved as anyone can vote.  We are excited to see who wins! We will decide the winner by

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  • Never Run Out of Blog Ideas Again

    By Drew Allen on December 19, 2014
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    If you find yourself constantly struggling to come up with blog ideas or running out of them, you are in luck. These 10 tips will make it so that you never run out of blog topics again. Read the News One of the greatest tools you can use to create engaging blog ideas is the news. Even if you don’t

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  • “Giving Back, One Page at a Time”

    By Katie Price on December 18, 2014
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    A BKA Christmas Story – 2014 As Christmas rolls around, it’s easy to feel the spirit of giving in the air. Here at BKA, we are passionate about giving back to a community that has been so good to us. As a content company, we believe that learning to read and write are essential skills for any kid to have

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  • Commonly Confused Words: Because and Since

    By ABryan on December 17, 2014
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    Because I work at home, I never have to shower. Since I work at home, I never have to shower. Is there any real difference between these two sentences? If you said “yes,” you’re right! If you said, “no,” I’d say it’s time to take a closer look at the words “because” and “since” and why they are not always

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  • Move Your Facebook Engagement from Slumped to Pumped

    By Jon Bingham on December 15, 2014
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    Once the force to be reckoned with in the world of social media, Facebook is now just another player in a rather large pool of contenders. For some businesses, this shows by the lower engagement rates on their pages. Before you jump to paying for Facebook ads or consider abandoning Facebook altogether (gulp!), we think the following strategies are worth

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  • The Preposition Placement Rule You May Be Misusing

    By Marissa Metcalf on December 10, 2014
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    With the rise of texts, Tweets, and other casual communication, it’s easier than ever for writers to find style and grammar errors to gripe about. Unfortunately, if you’re like me, at some point you’ve commented on an error only to learn that it is no longer considered an absolute mistake. Take ending sentences with prepositions, which some content writers swear

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  • Format Your Way to Better Blogs

    By Matt Secrist on December 8, 2014
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    As a savvy SEO content writer, you know that blogging can help your business. It builds your brand, showcases your expertise and boosts your SEO results. You work hard to make the most out of your company’s blog. Your posts have great content, topical messages, are relevant to your business and offer great solutions to your customers’ problems. You’ve got

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  • Using Google Tweet Indexing to Your Advantage

    By Greg Secrist on December 5, 2014
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    With social media popularity at an all-time high, it seems like a no-brainer for content marketers to dive in headfirst. It is now becoming a requirement for content developers and marketers to have some sort of strong social media presence in order to be taken seriously. Take a basic look at Google’s indexing process to see how it can help

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  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Apostrophes … and More!

    By Kate Meier on December 3, 2014
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    Don’t you just love an apostrophe? It’s a great tool for writers who like taking shortcuts, as exhibited by these first few sentences. I can’t believe how much more conversational my writing is when I put that beautiful little piece of punctuation in place of a bunch of letters. But, apostrophes can do more than simply appease our need for

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  • Etymology of Thanksgiving Terms

    By Amber Morris on November 26, 2014
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      In honor of Thanksgiving, I decided to geek out and study the origins of some words commonly used during this holiday season. Cranberries Around the 1640s, American English adapted the term from the German kraanbere. It is believed that the fruit was so named because the stamens of cranberry plants resembled the beak of a crane, or kraan. Family

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