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While some articles have some useful information, a lot of them say the same old thing. That got me thinking: why are we all regurgitating the same old content?
Creating content is hard for some people. At a recent Raleigh networking event, several people asked me, “How do you create content for someone else’s business?”
Better blog posts don’t just come from better writing. (Though it helps.) Sometimes, it’s a matter of changing the way you look at your company.
Blame my mother. It's all her fault I studied journalism. I was bored around the house one summer day, playing with our new computer. I decided to write a few news items down in the Word processing program. "Household Happenings" only published two issues. Naturally, my mom thought it was fantastic.
I dismissed her career idea. But she must have planted a seed in my head, because by senior year of high school, I knew what I wanted to do: write for a newspaper. I later worked for multiple news publications in Illinois and Tennessee.
I moved to Raleigh in 2007 and spent three years working as a web and broadcast producer for a local TV news station. There, I learned other forms of writing and gained skills in web, social networking. I also learned how to deal with the pressure of producing live TV news.
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