About our blog, “Word Up!”

According to the Urban Dictionary, this versatile expression can mean “Hello!” “Listen to me!” “Yes, totally!” and “This is the truth – I’m serious!” And it has our favorite word in it! At WriterGirl, we’re all about the power of the right words – to connect people with information they need and to connect people with people. We hope our blog does all of these things. Word up!

Creating a Content Calendar

by Lyn Engle Busy month? Demanding elf? Your content calendar can help. December is a busy month for content marketers. Let’s be real about what that means. The snowman on my coffee mug sends a smirk my way each morning. [...]

Meet WriterGirl Roxanne Kordenbrock

by Melanie Graham When you think of a WriterGirl, what comes to mind? Female wordsmiths who love to write? Well, you’re not wrong. But here’s a surprise twist: Some WriterGirls love numbers. Take Roxanne Kordenbrock, for example, WriterGirl’s chief financial [...]

Philanthropy and trust go hand-in-hand; 5 tips for fundraising content that builds trust

by Lyn Engle trust /trəst/ noun firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. "relations have to be built on trust" synonyms: confidence, belief, faith, certainty, assurance, conviction, credence   I made a trip to the mailbox this week and found [...]

Charlotte is one heck of a content marketer

Lessons from the spider from her web to ours by Kirsten Lecky Ann Handley kicked off the 22nd annual Greystone.Net Healthcare Internet Conference with a bang in Scottsdale, Arizona last week. Her presentation, “The Big Bold Brave New World of [...]

Gratitude is good – pay it forward this holiday season

by Nina Mitchell During the holiday season, it’s so easy to become distracted with endless to-do lists of shopping, decorating and preparing for the holidays. In the end though, it’s the simple acts of kindness that allow us to truly [...]

Grammatical errors. Oh, the horror!

by Carol Williams Some people get spooked by the ghoulies and ghosties that are everywhere on Halloween. But at WriterGirl, ghastly punctuation, horrific spelling and hair-raising sentence structure make us shudder more than any goblin ever could. Especially since bad [...]