Writing Tips

  • The Fear of Blogging is Real – Here’s How to Overcome It

    … of Being Found Out 2. Limit Your Time Per Post Here’s the deal: Very rarely will you publish a blog post and be 100 percent happy with it. There will always be a paragraph you feel needs tweaking, a headline that doesn’t sound right, or an image that doesn’t quite resonate with you – and that’s okay! If you wait until you feel like a post is perfect…

    The Blog Heraldin How To's- 11 readers -
  • 8 Tips to Crafting Compelling Copywriting For Your Mobile Visitors

    … Mobile marketing is a hot subject at the moment… Mobile is quickly becoming the most convenient and effective way to capture your target audience. With Google placing more emphasis on mobile site optimization in search results, and smart phone take up increasing all over the world, it’s no wonder that copywriters need to adapt as well. Writing…

    Jeffbullas's Blogin Mobile EMail- 10 readers -
  • 17 Writing Tips For Bloggers Who Think They Can’t Write!

    … than it would be comfortable for you to speak, then it’s probably too long. Two sentences is almost always better than one long sentence. 5) Use “Cheat Sheets” to may you look like a writing pro. Most writers have external methods of getting inspiration (Swipe Files etc) – and do not rely on brainpower alone! As an example – the chart below…

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  • The blogging blunders you need to avoid: Part 1

    … Blogging seems easy on the face of it. After all, we can all write to some extent, and many blogs are written from an opinion standpoint, so it seems like something you just need sit down and donate an hour or so to doing. This, as many people discover the hard way, is not an accurate account of blog writing. There are several blunders…

    Lush Digitalin Blogging- 10 readers -
  • Email newsletter subject lines: the good, the bad and the ugly

    … If you’re anything like me, you probably receive an avalanche of emails and e-newsletters each week. And, if you’re anything like me, you probably don’t open a large proportion of those. Industry e-newsletter heavyweight Mailchimp sees billions of messages sent through their service alone, so the competition to be opened and read is immense. E…

    Lush Digitalin EMail- 7 readers -
  • Tips for Copywriters From the Greats

    … Suzette Mayr, author of Monoceros, was my mentor throughout University. I attended at least three of her creative writing classes in my undergrad, and she also served as my supervisor during my graduate studies. It was Suzette who first told me to “kill my darlings.” She taught me this age-old adage (commonly attributed to William […] The post Tips for Copywriters From the Greats appeared first on Builtvisible. …

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  • How to Improve Your Blogging and Marketing Workday With 4 Strategies

    … just end up in that postpone-circle, which is almost impossible to get off of. You may want to read: 5 Very Good Reasons to Get Off of Social Media for a Few Days 3. Complete Everything and Leave Writing Last A lot of folks will probably start be telling you, you should do your writing first and then move on to the other less-important tasks…

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  • How to Write Many Articles A Day With 8 Strategies

    … an excellent title that transforms the visitor into an avid reader, the rest of the words will be lost. 4. Use (12+2)*3 Technique This technique is very simple – write for twelve minutes, take a two-minute break, and repeat it three times. If you need less or more time for writing an article – you should repeat it less or more times. But remember…

    Erik Emanuelli/ NoPassiveIncome.com- 9 readers -
  • How to Write Sharable Posts

    … chance to really sell your work. Resist the temptation to give too much away. You want to create a little mystery to entice the reader to click. Otherwise, they’ll simply process the information and move on. Why would they need to take any further action if they’ve already learned all they care to know? So there you have it, some simple tips…

    The Blog Heraldin Social How To's- 11 readers -
  • Evaluating Content Consumption Cycle: Seen-zone Vs. Appreciation

    …-researched blog. If your headlines suck, not even the brightest of ideas can save you. 4 Tips to Writing Great Headlines In writing the headlines, make sure that it delivers what it promises. Don’t trick people into reading your blog. Your headlines should also be very clear. No, readers don’t care about the light bulb at the end of an article so stop…

    The Blog Heraldin Content- 14 readers -
  • 4 Effective Tips to Help You Write More

    … Completing an article comes down to two stages – first you create the concept and then you turn that concept into words, sentences and paragraphs… The tips I will be sharing today will focus on the second element. And although I strongly believe that creating the initial idea is tougher than writing the post, there are some tips and tricks…

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  • Your Blog Quality Content and Its Role

    … Quality content… you can see the term stuffed around in pretty much every post that talks about blogging, social media and content marketing. And yeah, it’s a sound advice. Content is indeed the thing that gets people coming back for more. The usefulness of what you write and publish is decisive when it comes to getting people to subscribe…

    Reviewz N Tipsin Content- 16 readers -
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