B2B decision-makers spend more than 70% of the purchase cycle engaging with content and 44% say they usually consume three to five content pieces before reaching out to a sales representative.
Plus, a study found that content marketing generates 3x as many leads and costs 62% less than outbound marketing tactics.
These figures make it obvious why B2B brands are willing to spend so much on content marketing — and that includes paying high rates to freelance writers!
Are you looking for a way to make your content stand out in a crowd?
Do you want your work to be head and shoulders above the rest?
In content marketing, there’s never enough time.
It’s like a grandfather clock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock.
Have you ever come across an article you loved?
What about a book that you just couldn’t put down?
There are so many things we are trying to communicate in our writing.
Character development, a plot and story climax, and setting the tone for a piece of literature.
Using alliterations is excellent for creating a mood in your writing that helps to convey to the reader a setting for your story or characters.
Literary devices can be helpful in writing creative stories or personal essays that you are submitting to publishers.
Whether you’ve been writing for as long as you can remember or are new to the game, you can probably benefit from some literary device tips and tricks.
Before we jump into details and examples of literary devices, let’s just start with the basics, in case you have never heard of or knowingly used a literary device.
What Are Literary Devices?
Most of what we read in everyday writing is very straightforward, conversational type writing.
If you’re new to freelancing, there is one things you need to have for sure, if you want to make this a full business.
It’s a price increase letter and it’s a type of announcement you can send to your clients to let them know that you are increasing your rates.
How many of you – yes, freelancers – have ever had this experience?
You’re sitting on the couch, relaxing with your spouse or kids.
Suddenly, you hear a podcast episode playing in the background, and it captures your attention.