Digital Dialogues’ Blog

Copy writing for the web, blogging, social media & search

Thanks for stopping by to read my blog. I’m Dawn Comber, a Toronto web content and web copywriter.

Most of my posts are about web copy writing, blogging tipssocial media, and a splash of search engine optimization (SEO). I’d love to have a conversation so please leave me a comment and we’ll talk!

Write Like a Boss: Up Your Writing Productivity

With These 3 Techniques Okay – it’s a new year. You’ve taken stock of your blogging and writing efforts from last year. Maybe you’re thinking that you’ve done pretty well. You’ve delivered valuable content consistently. Or maybe you’re disappointed in your writing efforts. Secretly you know that you’ve avoided writing and blogging because it took so much time. Regardless of where you are on the writing satisfaction spectrum, this post will help you to up your productivity

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Learn On-page SEO

On-page SEO is an online marketing tactic that helps your website ‘show up’ in search results. Using on-page SEO can help you to generate leads for your business without having to buy online advertising. SEO isn’t the only way to enhance your website’s visibility in search. For a strong online presence you need to use multiple tactics including blogging and social media. What’s the principle behind SEO? The principle behind SEO is that the higher a web page ranks in search

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Tips for Identifying Your Ideal Client

In marketing language, an ‘ideal client’ is the person or business who is most likely to buy from you and who will most benefit from your product or service. I find this definition narrow. I want to share a process that can help you to identify an ideal client as someone you most want to work with. Begin with existing or past clients Take a minute and think about an existing or past client who

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Turbo Charge Your Writing – 7 Tips for Web

Have you ever read some website content and found yourself saying “Huh?”  Maybe you couldn’t figure out the point that the writer was trying to make. Or you couldn’t find the information you were searching for. Sometimes the problem with the writing is the content and at other times it is format (I’ll address that in another post).  Whether writing for web or for print, there are a few tried and true techniques that will

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