Financial fiction review: ‘The Capitol Game’ by Brian Haig

Love financial fiction? So do I. And I review them for you! In this post I’m reviewing… The Capitol Game by Brian Haig High stakes corporate takeover… but is someone getting swindled? OVERVIEW: Brian Haig brings readers into the high stakes world of corporate takeover. In this story, Jack Wiley brings a struggling chemicals company […]

Aaron Hoos’ weekly reading list: ‘Content marketing, WordPress security, and content tools’ edition

Here’s a selection of stuff I’ve been reading this week: The SEO’s dilemma: Link-building versus content marketing: The article itself was from a couple of weeks ago but I’m just getting to it now. What I liked about this article is that it highlighted a disparity I barely knew existed. But as soon as I […]

Financial advisor article published at Agent eNews: Develop an expert status that attracts your target market

I’m co-writing a series of articles for financial professionals, along with my colleague Rosemary Smyth, an international coach to financial advisors. One of our articles was posted at the Agent eNews. The article explains the importance of an expert status in differentiating advisors from their many competitors. Check out the article at the link below: […]

Making sense of writers’ titles: Freelancer, ghostwriter, content marketer, copywriter, technical writer, and more!

It’s funny — when you’re in an industry long enough, you pick up terminology and assume everyone knows it too. This happened to me frequently last week. I’m selling an ebook about how to become a freelance writer and there have been several times when I’ve been asked (through email and during interviews) to define […]