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  1. Joyce Anderson
    March 31, 2016 @ 2:01 pm

    Great tips, Enock! Love the swipe file suggestion. I keep my ideas in a folder by topic. It really helps the research time go faster 🙂

  2. Kimsea Sok
    July 9, 2016 @ 2:22 am

    Hey, Enock…!

    Today, I went Justretweet and found you post. Honestly, I always read the post before hitting retweet button. I intend to make sure that I retweet the quality content for my community of readers.

    Well, I agree with what you said here..! Writing isn’t that difficult, and just spending a few minutes or hours to get from 800 to 1500 words article. However, to write an attention grabbing content for blog isn’t that easy, and you have to do lots of works such as research the content and plan your writing. What is more, you have to spend additional time of your work to interactive with your readers and try to grab their attention.

    This month, I have planned an round up content for my content publishing schedule, and now I am thinking about putting this post in the list.

    Thanks for sharing, and nice to meet your today….

  3. Ryan Biddulph
    October 6, 2016 @ 10:19 am

    Hi Enock,

    All winning tips. I published an engagement-type post a few days ago. Usually I share 11 or 13 tips themed posts. I went with a short and punchy post designed to teach through an analogy and engineered to engage my audience. So far so good. Money and blogging were 2 themes. Definitely grabbed attention spans and boosted comments – and social shares – pronto. Watch what works. Keep doing that. Or follow your fab tips above to see what vibes with you, which will then vibe with your audience.

    Ryan