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Just For You: A Cornucopia of Helpful Posts

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It’s Thanksgiving week in the United States, and I’m going to continue the tradition I started last year by gathering together some of the best posts from this past year for your reading pleasure.

Blogs are funny: the information you write is presented chronologically and — over time — some of your most helpful posts get buried in the dusty archives of your website.

Once a year, I like to look back at what I’ve written, pull out the most useful stuff and put it back in front of you. That’s what today’s post is about.

Did you say hello yet?

First off, if you haven’t said hello, please visit last week’s post and add a contribution. As of this writing there are well over 100 comments. Join the gang and share what you do, and where we can find you on the web.

I’ve organized the posts below into categories. Some of the links will take you to posts I’ve written for other websites, too.


Five Marketing Tips from the Bakery Down the Street

Champagne Tastes and a Domestic Beer Budget: How to Squeeze the Most Our of Your Marketing Efforts

On IdeaMensch: The Ultimate Bootstrap Marketing List


Uncover Your Brand Personality in 10 Minutes or Less

From Bland to Brand: 5 Ways to Make Your Business Stand Out in a Crowd

The Lazy Woman’s Guide to Copywriting

Two Simple Elements for a Super-Sticky Brand Image

On The Mogul Mom: You’re Not the Boss of Me: 5 Annoying Things Your Brand Says and How to Fix Them


Type Styles of the Rich and Famous

Don’t Do These 5 Dirty Design Deeds

Color Confusion Resolved: 5 Techniques for Choosing Great Business Color

Steal This Design: Gorgeous, Upscale Colors & Fonts

Designing Your Brand: The Power of a Simple Logo

Website Design:

Website Wow Techniques: 5 Ways to Spice Up Your Boring Site

On Copyblogger: The Amish Guide to Intelligent Web Design

On Copyblogger: 4 Ways to Keep Your Lifeless Blog from Boring Your Readers to Tears

On Copyblogger: 6 Design Tips That Will Have Your Audience Licking Their Screens


11 Coolest eBook Ideas Ever

On Copyblogger: The Charles Darwin Guide to Writing and Selling an Effective eBook

Thank You

If you’re in the United States, here’s to a wonderful Thanksgiving for you and yours tomorrow. And if you’re outside the US, please know that I’m thankful to have you as a reader — this week and always.

Pamela Wilson

Pamela Wilson is the Chief Marketing Officer at DCS. She’s the creator of the Offer Accelerator Program. Learn more about Pamela’s content marketing books, and read reviews of the tools used to run this site.
Pamela Wilson coaches people in midlife to build profitable online businesses
I’m Pamela Wilson

In 2010, at the age of 45, I started this site and grew it into a business that offers freedom, flexibility — and consistent revenue.


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