Category Archives: copywriting


Until I started reading newsletters by people who knew WAY more than me about copywriting, Internet marketing, SEO and good business, I was in the dark. It was pitch black back then. But after joining WebiMax and expanding my copywriting skills, I began to see the proverbial light. I look back at what I wrote read more…


Recent SEO news has been heavily focused on off-site content, such as the seemingly unending war that’s currently going on between people who think we still need to focus a lot of energy into linkbuilding efforts, their opponents who think it’s time to lay it to rest, and those who are steadfast proponents of the read more…


During the first class of the first creative writing course I ever took, my teacher posited the question to us of what is the minimum word length a writer could write a story. I remembered that the “Cask of Amontillado” was really short, so I offered a guess of 500 words. Other classmates gave guesses read more…


This is my first blog post for WebiMax and I’d hate to start things off on the wrong foot. So, first and foremost, I’d like to apologize for misleading any Gene Simmons fans.  As much as I’d love to tie The Demon and Starchild to SEO, I think I’ll save that for a later date. I read more…


  How many articles have you seen cruise past your Twitter stream?  I see hundreds of suggestions per day.  Where does all that digital content go?  Surely, the lifeline of posts is not long; there’s an incipient flood coming by the hour.  However, from a curation perspective, there’s no reason for content to rest in read more…


  How would you rate the importance of copywriting on a scale to one to ten?  If you didn’t admit to eleven or above, keep reading.  It’s the core of communication.  Content adopts a variety of online forms these days (video, infographics, sound bytes, etc) but to date, written content is a need for all read more…