Cleavage. It’s Not Just for Breakfast, Anymore.

capelet and boots…and with that title, I’m thieving a line from the divine Larry Brooks of Storyfix. That’s how he once introduced me. Textually. Not sexually. But it still thrilled me.

The point – and darling, I do my earnest, enthusiastic best to have one – is that cleavage is a sexy word that means more than you might think. My other point…?

Welcome, you Problogger, you.

I’m guessing you’re new to Cleavage (and omigoodness, thank you so much for following me over here from Problogger) so I thought I’d do a lil’ glad-handing and introduce you around the joint.

in short: write it in the first person; start with your manifesta; tell your story not your CV; avoid khaki phrases like “internationally known” unless you know how to rock the microphone; and inspire, inspire, inspire -

 

and a sizzling copywriting practice wherein I craft hot copy for online artists, entrepreneurs, provocateurs, you.

 

  •  I’m also known for being a Red Shoe Blogger. This means that yes, I wrote a manifesta AND I offer one-hour digital strategy sessions because I’m on a mission to help you infuse your online blog or biz with…you.
  •  And then, when I’m not working to get you EVERYTHING you want in life, love and business, I write about the three things we all want more of: sex, money and meaning. You know, the lines that shape us.

So That’s What I Do…

…But Wait, There’s One More Thing I Want to Do, Right Now.

I want to say this:

thankyouthankyouTHANKYOU for visiting and subscribing (hint hint) to receive my blog posts and love letters by e-mail. I trulymadlydeeply appreciate it.

xoxo

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  3. Jack Hadley

    Really enjoyed your post, Kelly. Thank you for the idea.

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