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Writing is scary. Sometimes when we publish something, it makes us feel like our insides are hanging out, for all the world to see. It’s been a big week here at Copyblogger, with lots of changes (more on that next week). But the coolest thing that’s happened has been the response to our new content marketing training and networking community. You’re smart. You know you need to be helpful on your blog in order to grow your audience. You share useful tips. Allow your jaw to become unhinged at this statistic: There are over 1 million more mobile devices activated every day across the world than there are babies born.