You’ll find this amusing, but this article is written purely by the human mind. I am pretty much open and transparent about AI content in my work. Some clients encouraged me to use AI tools to expedite content production. But honestly, I’d instead use these tools as my assistants rather than entirely depend on them.
Navigating the labyrinth of B2B content marketing isn’t for the faint-hearted or those resistant to change. Google’s latest content update comes like a hurricane, upending the house of cards constructed by keyword-stuffed, SEO-overload strategies. Ready to weather this storm and convert it into tailwinds for your content journey? Let’s sidestep trivial, overused tactics and transform
It’s been a while since I updated this blog. Things had been rocky the past few months. So, here I am, trying to find my way again — back to my good ol’ friend, writing. It’s one thing to write for business. I need to follow style guides, SEO, keywords, and all that stuff. For
A few weeks ago, I decided to have my personal digital detox. It’s ironic that social media is part of my work, but I managed to find a way on how to handle business pages and accounts. My goal was to get rid of the “crap” that I consume and focus more on my projects.
What could be more inspiring than posting a list of New Year’s resolutions and plans for 2019 today? But I chose not to. I’d rather keep things for myself (and less social media for personal use) and build good habits at work and writing.