Articles By: Margy Kerr-Jarrett

Three Right Ways to Think About Your Website Content

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Three Right Ways to Think About Your Website Content

Creating winning website content is a lot of work, and requires a tremendous amount of thought and planning.

These three tips are designed to help you start off and stay on the right track as you move through the content creation process.

1. Focus on Your Visitors

Your website content should be immediately engaging — from the first words read or images seen on your home page, to the call-to-action on your contact page. Think »

5 Ways to Show Gratitude Online

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5 Ways to Show Gratitude Online

This week, I have a lot to be grateful for, specifically because it marks three very important birthdays in my life. One year ago, on November 23rd, 2015, my daughter was born in Jerusalem, Israel. On November 24th, 33 years ago, my husband was born in Kingston, Jamaica. And on November 25th, 28 years ago, I was born in Indianapolis, Indiana.

And to top it all off, this week is Thanksgiving (and yes, I am »

Featured On Friday: Our Veterans, Our Leaders

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Featured On Friday: Our Veterans, Our Leaders

Though I have been living abroad in Israel for over three years, I am reminded on an almost daily basis of my American roots and identity. I remember backpacking around southern Israel at eighteen years old and coming across a group of US soldiers in a local bar in a small, dusty town. I was shocked! What are you doing here? I asked. The soldiers told me that they were stationed at a local base, training »

Featured On Friday: #OASISConversations by @AnnVanEron

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Featured On Friday: #OASISConversations by @AnnVanEron

Having lived in a desert climate for over three years now, I definitely require a visit to physical places with water and vegetation once in a while. More pressing, though, is my need for mental oases—refreshing conversations, thoughts, and states of mind. This need is something that I believe everyone can relate to, regardless of the physical environment they live in.

This week, Weaving Influence is proud to support the launch of a book that »

The Lowdown on Lead Magnets

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The Lowdown on Lead Magnets

When we discuss new website projects with clients, we like to be straightforward about one thing: just because you build it, doesn’t mean they will come. There are millions (if not billions) of websites on the web, so you better have a solid plan for attracting interest and engagement.

Building and maintaining a relationship with readers on your site is a process that can involve a number of different strategies. In this post, I am »

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