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Julie Neidlinger

Julie R. Neidlinger is a writer, artist, and pilot from North Dakota. She has been blogging since 2002 at her Lone Prairie blog, and works as a freelance writer and visual artist.

How To Write Better Content In A Competitive Blog Niche

How To Write Better Content In A Competitive Blog Niche

Earlier this year, we took a survey of you, dear users, and asked about some of your content marketing pain points. Here’s what you told us, in order, were the […]

How To Discover Awesome Writing Techniques That Will Improve Reading Comprehension

How To Discover Awesome Writing Techniques That Will Improve Reading Comprehension

Periodically, I watch episodes of the TV show “Numb3rs” on Netflix just to pretend that I’m a math genius. My friend and I have made an inside joke about one […]

5 Teaching Theories That Will Improve Your Educational Content Marketing

5 Teaching Theories That Will Improve Your Educational Content Marketing

For several years, I was an art teacher and a substitute teacher (K-12). Most of what I remember from my teaching days all those years ago are things like keeping […]

The 10-Minute, 10-Step Solution For The Best Blog Outline

The 10-Minute, 10-Step Solution For The Best Blog Outline

Do you swear that you do a better job writing if you don’t plan and instead, just write in the moment? You may feel better about your writing experience when you […]

How To Get People To “Read” Your Blog With Scannable Content

How To Get People To “Read” Your Blog With Scannable Content

Do people really read anymore? It’s a bit of a conundrum that content marketers and bloggers are facing today: Publish lots of consistent content. Make sure it’s long-form content. And then there […]

5 Unicorns Of Refreshingly Unique Marketing That Will Make You Stand Out

5 Unicorns Of Refreshingly Unique Marketing That Will Make You Stand Out

What makes a unicorn, besides the sparkles, rainbows, and solitary horn? Rarity. Something you don’t see too often, if ever. So when it comes to content marketing, what are the […]

Is Marketing For Introverts? Insider Advice To Unlock Your Potential

Is Marketing For Introverts? Insider Advice To Unlock Your Potential

Always a shy child, my mother approached me during my high school career and informed me that I was to send in an application to the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership […]

13 Lessons On The Viral Content That Got 36,177 Shares In A Year

13 Lessons On The Viral Content That Got 36,177 Shares In A Year

While the idea of creating viral content as a goal sort of makes my eyes roll uncontrollably, this isn’t the first time I’ve written about the subject. So why all […]

How To Find The Best Blog Image Context For Your Content

How To Find The Best Blog Image Context For Your Content

It was mid-autumn, and the air was getting colder. I was walking with a friend down the street, heading to that evening’s symphony performance. As we passed by the county […]

How To Focus On Your Blog And Pursue A Freelance Writing Career

How To Focus On Your Blog And Pursue A Freelance Writing Career

Writers have their own brand to build, and just like any other brand, they are encouraged to have a website with a blog. But other brands, and their blog writers, […]

How To Write The Best Copy Ever With Advice From Junk Mail

How To Write The Best Copy Ever With Advice From Junk Mail

Are you ashamed at how vulnerable you are to junk mail? Direct response letters are part of the pantheon of junk mail. Or at least, that’s one way to look at […]

How To Unlock Quality Content From Your Low-Performing Posts

How To Unlock Quality Content From Your Low-Performing Posts

You had a great idea, you wrote your heart out, and it turned out to be a huge…dud. How do you recoup the time and effort you put into it? […]