Tell us what we need to know

 Hannah Wiginton

The only one who has heard all of it...is you. Tell us what we need to know. Not because you need to hear yourself repeat it, but because you believe we need to hear it.
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Hi!

Here are a few thoughts and helpful tools for the week. Enjoy!

//1// Marketing Tools for Your Small Business

It helps to have the right tools to succeed in marketing your business. From design to posting on social media to organizing everything, these tools can propel your business forward.

//2// Keep Track of The Books You Read with This Book Tracker Database in Airtable

One of my latest articles about an easy way to keep track of all the books you read. It’s a Book Tracker Database made in Airtable you can copy and use for yourself.

From around the web:​

DESIGN

Instead of a typical blog post, Growth Design creates case studies in a cartoon, flipbook type format. See their case study on Airbnb: How to Reduce Churn with Personalization

WRITING

“Write freely and as rapidly as possible and throw the whole thing on paper. Never correct or rewrite until the whole thing is down. Rewrite in process is usually found to be an excuse for not going on. It also interferes with flow and rhythm which can only come from a kind of unconscious association with the material.”

— John Steinbeck

Read all 6 tips on writing from John Steinbeck

HELPFUL TOOL

One of my favorite tools right now is the Google Chrome extension Awesome Screenshot. The extension allows you to easily capture your webpage, a selection of the page, or record your screen. I use it on an almost daily basis.

EXTRA

The only one who has heard all of it…is you. Tell us what we need to know. Not because you need to hear yourself repeat it, but because you believe we need to hear it.

Read the rest of the article from Seth Godin.

JUST FOR FUN

See a microscopic tour of microbes in Antarctica in Life Under the Ice. Each microbe tells a story of the weird and whimsical life in Antarctica that is otherwise invisible to the naked eye.

I hope you have a great week!


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About the Author

I’m Hannah Wiginton. Writing is my thing! ✍
Everywhere you look, crafty words are used to tell you about products, people, and services. 
Let me help your business excel by writing rockstar content marketing articles, crafting compelling website copy, or creating your technical support documentation. 
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