When you write a blog post do you have any idea how you sound to other people? It’s an interesting question, because chances are you have no idea. Your loyal followers aren’t going to … Continue reading Why Being an Authoritative Jerk Hurts You
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From time to time, I take writing commissions, and this is like taking art commissions in a sense. To me, taking writing commissions has a much more relaxed air to it than professional freelance work … Continue reading Understanding Writing Commissions
The old saying goes that a picture is worth 1,000 words. Considering the attention span of your average internet user, that single picture might as well be worth all the words you have to say. … Continue reading Besting the Competition: The Impact of Visual Storytelling
When you hear the word “portfolio”, you think of the visually dominated world, as “portfolio” usually go towards things that are in the form of pictures, coded, or animated creations. But for writers, you can … Continue reading Writers, Make Your Portfolio!
It is a fact that nowadays, people can rely on tutorials by experienced people in order to find solutions to their specific problems. When it comes to web development, there is absolutely not a single … Continue reading How To Write Tutorials – What Is Most Important?
As content continues to direct audiences towards high-authority sites, and more destinations emerge as distribution outlets, it becomes more important to be efficient with your content. While run-of-the-mill sites get bogged down in leaky workflows … Continue reading Using The “Cascade” Method to Repurpose and Recycle Your Content
Writing can be stressful, even if you’re doing it for leisure. Blogging on a self-imposed schedule can leave you exhausted and unmotivated. If you’re writing for pay, it’s a whole different sort of pressure unfortunately. … Continue reading How to Destroy a Writing Block
Writing can be difficult, especially if you’re learning how to adjust to a new niche or are trying to find your footing where you are. There are ways to go about finding your grove, so … Continue reading Treating Your Blog Like a Book