Writer’s Block: 4 Ways You Can Break Through the Wall

You sit down at your computer to write an inspiring blog post and you get nothing. Maybe it takes the form of a brick wall or just an expansive black void. Everyone suffers from writer’s block from time to time, but how do you break through it to produce meaningful content? View this post onContinue reading “Writer’s Block: 4 Ways You Can Break Through the Wall”

Where else can you read about MacGyver, Marketing and Leg Lamp Cookies?

As we approach the 200 follower mark, it seemed like a good time to officially welcome (or re-welcome) everyone to the blog and answer some frequently asked questions. What’s this blog about?  In a nutshell, posts typically fall into 4 main categories: marketing, writing, social media and personal reflection. As loyal readers will tell you though,Continue reading “Where else can you read about MacGyver, Marketing and Leg Lamp Cookies?”

Free Your Mind and The Productivity Will Follow

One of my favorite college classes was Business Writing. While it was a morning class (night owl here), we were so productive in that hour and fifteen minute time frame. Why? Free writes. Each class, we’d arrive and sit down at a computer. The professor (who was another reason that class was so productive) wouldContinue reading “Free Your Mind and The Productivity Will Follow”

And The Award Goes To…

CCC is excited to accept its second award for this blog — The Butterfly Light Award — from Sage Doyle, author of The Journal of Wall Grimm and guest blogger extraordinaire.Thanks, Sage! This award is given to those who are using their blog to spread light or be a positive influence in today’s world. We’reContinue reading “And The Award Goes To…”

What You’re DOING is the Story

Clearly Conveyed Communications is pleased to welcome its second guest blogger, Roger Burnett, CAS. Read on for Roger’s expertise in the marketing arena, specifically content marketing, which is a hot topic today. You can learn more about Roger at the end of his insightful post. *************** We’re a new business within an existing company: aContinue reading “What You’re DOING is the Story”

Blog of the Year Award 2013

One of the things I love best about the end of the year is all of the Best of designations, Year in Reviews, Top 10 lists, etc. (The year that ESPN showed the Best Sportscenter Commercials was at the top of my list.) So you can imagine how thrilled we were at CCC when The Journal of Wall Grimm decidedContinue reading “Blog of the Year Award 2013”

This Blog Is Made For You And Me

This blog is your blog, this blog is my blog… In my last post, To Blog, or Not To Blog: That Is The Question, I touched a little bit on why I started this blog in addition to the topic of blogging in general. As readers of my thoughts and musings, I value your feedbackContinue reading “This Blog Is Made For You And Me”

To Blog, or Not To Blog: That Is the Question

Why do you blog? That’s assuming you do blog, which millions of people do across the world, on millions of different topics for millions of different reasons for audiences of one to (yes, you guessed it) millions. Some blog for business while others type their hearts away purely for pleasure, a way to scratch thatContinue reading “To Blog, or Not To Blog: That Is the Question”

Do You Mow Your Blog?

As a homeowner, there are certain tasks that you tackle on a regular basis. Mowing the lawn, taking out the trash/recycling, washing and drying clothes, cleaning, etc. While they can seem repetitive and sometimes annoying, they’re necessary to maintain the look and feel of your home. As a blog manager, there are also certain tasksContinue reading “Do You Mow Your Blog?”