The nDash Blog

5 Roadblocks to Consistent Content Creation

Before we chat about content creation roadblocks (primarily the lack of content creation ideas, but also financial concerns, procrastination, what-have-you) let’s first make sure we all agree that as business owners with an online presence we absolutely need consistent content creation and delivery methods.

Read More Writer Spotlight: Joseph Michalowski

In latest our Writer Spotlight, we'd like to introduce you to Joseph Michalowski, an incredibly talented B2B tech writer. In many ways, we consider Joe to be one of our "founding writers" as he was one of the first freelancers we hired back in our agency days. In this brief interview, you'll learn about the topics he likes to write about most, his views on the latest marketing trends and more. Enjoy!

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Should You Work with a Freelance Writer? (Infographic)

Determining whether or not to work with a freelance writer is not a decision to be taken lightly...with the exception of the following infographic. Here's a light-hearted decision-tree to help you make the call in 2017. Behold! 

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How to Get a Fresh Perspective on Your Content

Have you ever noticed the hidden visuals inside some of the world’s most preeminent logos? Once you see them, they can never be unseen. You’ll notice them every time you look at the logo. In a sense, the same is true for your brand. Once you’ve immersed yourself in the language, visuals and value proposition, you can never again see your brand as that of an outsider.

Read More Writer Spotlight: Patti Podnar

Our platform was built on the idea that great content can only come from real relationships. And in order to have a relationship, neither the company nor the writer can be anonymous. But just knowing a writer's name only tells you so much. In the latest installment of our Writer Spotlight Series, we'd like to formally introduce you to Patti Pondar, one of the most successful, prolific, and talented writers in our growing community.

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Will Your New Year’s Resolution for Content Creation Survive Past February 1st?

Personally, I’ve never really been a huge fan of the “New Year’s Resolution.” I’ve always figured that if you truly wanted to accomplish something in life, you’d go after it, regardless of the. However, I don’t want to completely knock the individuals that create a resolution that they wish to accomplish in the new year. But if that resolution remains solely that, a wish, then what is the purpose of truly having one?

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The 1 Surefire Way to Publish Better Content in 2017

“Stick a fork in it. Guest blogging is done.”... “Marriage isn’t for you.” ... “Is PR dead?” ...“Birth control makes women unattractive and crazy. Got your attention yet?

These article headlines created a stir among readers when they were published, primarily because they reveal a crystal clear point of view that inspires an immediate reaction. For many readers, these headlines led them to comment in outrage or support, to share the article on their social channels, and to take note of the writer.

Read More Writer Spotlight: Justin Stoltzfus

Happy New Year! When we launched our content creation platform in 2016, we did so with the goal of attracting the world's top freelance writers. So far, so good. Over the next few weeks--in an effort for you get to know the people behind the writing names--we'll be featuring a few top writers from our community. First up on the list is Justin Stoltzfus, a technology writer with over ten years of experience. Enjoy!

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The nDash Blog: Top Posts of 2016

What a year it’s been here at nDash! We began 2016 as a content creation agency—with a small but loyal customer base—and ended the year as global content creation platform, with hundreds of companies and thousands of writers. The future is bright! But before we get ahead of ourselves, we wanted to look back at some memorable moments that happened right here on the nDash blog.

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Running Out of Content Ideas? Follow These 4 Tips.

Every great piece of content started as an idea. Ergo, the more ideas you have, the more likely you are to produce a steady stream of content. It’s not rocket science, but it is somewhat surprising that most marketing organizations haven’t placed more emphasis on content idea generation.

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