They’re a mix of practical tips on grammar (#1), writing (#2, #9, #10), investment commentary (#3), client communication (#4 & #5), newsletters (#6), and blogging (#7, #8).
Post #1 sparked a lot of reader feedback when it headlined one of my monthly newsletters. My readers tend to care about topics like this.
I’m surprised that #4 made it on the top posts lists. Published late in December, it got a strong response from readers.
If you’re a blogger, check out #7 and #8, along with my financial blogging class.
My posts that attracted the most views during 2017’s fourth quarter
- Shall vs. will—which is best?
- My 2017 reading with book recommendations for you
- Bond market commentary rewrite
- Writing about the new tax legislation in your client letters
- Communicate with your clients about their legacy—This post features advice from Kathleen Burns Kingsbury
- Canned newsletters can hurt your marketing
- Blog post headings vs. no headings for your financial blog
- 4 financial blog post ideas from a writing teacher
- Don’t wait for perfection
- Red tulip writing exercise
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