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Ha - I had to smile when this post popped into my Inbox!
As someone who is well-acquainted with crappy posts, I was eager to learn how to extract nuggets of wisdom from my worst endeavors.
The author offers ten ways to unlock quality content from your worst posts
. Some points that stuck with me:
What are some ways you can (or you have) salvage your less-than-stellar performances? #HUGS
a. Never toss out your research: knowledge is never useless. You just have to find a way to present it differently
b. Dare to bare it all - be honest about why you failed and how you plan to do better
c. Spend time tweaking your headlines - alas, a reader's first impression will determine your posts' fate
d. Promote it better
e. Don't hustle and lose track: give your posts sufficient time to blossom
Live without inhibition, love without restriction, laugh without hesitation - you are an inspiration to all! So smile and watch others curve their lips upwards too! ;)
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You guys are finding some great resources for those that are so helpful to everyone working on improving their writing skills and content creation abilities!
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Super cool advice here, Kitto!
Never toss out your research: knowledge is never useless. You just have to find a way to present it differently.
This is so true!!! ~And that's why I'll never be able to be without my Premium Evernote, LOL!
P.S. I love the creative way you formatted this❣ #Impressed
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