Articles about writing technology

Why You Need to Master Storytelling to Become a Great Copywriter

by Kathy Edens Sep 21, 2017

Why You Need to Master Storytelling to Become a Great Copywriter

Good stories move people to action. They create sympathy, which opens up wallets for donations. Or a good story can start a revolution. At the least, a good story is memorable and influences your readers enough to sell. Just like a great fiction story, when you use a story in your content, you're actually putting your reader in the driver's seat so they can envision themselves having/using your product or service.

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5 Great Career Options for Writers

by Charles Ebert Sep 18, 2017

5 Great Career Options for Writers

If you’ve perfected your writing skills, you can get yourself a number of employment and freelancing opportunities. The three communication skills - reading, writing and speaking - are the basic fundamentals needed to succeed in life. Therefore, writers have unlimited options that they can exploit career wise.

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How Analyzing Your Blog Content Can Boost Your Writing

by Lilach Bullock Sep 18, 2017

How Analyzing Your Blog Content Can Boost Your Writing

How often are you checking your contents’ and your blogs’ analytics? And I’m not talking about your general traffic numbers, but a really in-depth look at your numbers. One of the biggest reasons why any blogger should do this regularly, is because it can of huge help for improving their own content. And in this blog post, I want to show you exactly how to use analytics to improve your blog content success.

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Plot of Gold 30-day Challenge

by ProWritingAid Sep 15, 2017

Plot of Gold 30-day Challenge

Are you ready to create a strong, thorough outline for your novel? Brilliant!

From September to November this year, ProWritingAid will be paying for its community to have FREE access for 30 days to Beemgee's world-class novel-outlining software.

Whether you are preparing for NaNoWriMo or just ready to finally write that book, this 30-day challenge is crucial for getting you to the finish line.

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How to Win Instagram If You Are a Writer

by Lesley Vos Sep 12, 2017

How to Win Instagram If You Are a Writer

Despite its marketing power and popularity, Instagram remains a question mark for writers. As people of words, not pictures, they aren't sure it makes sense to use this social media channel for exposure, recognition, and, more than that, business profits.

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Pop Culture Can Take Your Content to the Next Level

by Kerry Pierse Sep 08, 2017

Pop Culture Can Take Your Content to the Next Level

A content strategy contains a number of different elements that all combine in a specific way to create a strategy that works. However, one growing element is the use of pop culture to help grow traffic. When you consider the number of people who follow specific films, TV shows or even musicians, it is clear to see why it is so crucial.

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Is Your Sloppy Content Turning Customers Away?

by Kathy Edens Aug 09, 2017

Is Your Sloppy Content Turning Customers Away?

Consider the content on your website and in your blog posts, the product descriptions in your eCommerce store, your lead generation pieces, and your emails. Every word makes an impression on your customers and prospects. Small businesses with remote workers around the world don't have a brick-and-mortar shop. So the face you put forward in your content should represent your company well.

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7 Tools to Promote Your Content and Grow Your Audience

by Sophia Mest Aug 09, 2017

7 Tools to Promote Your Content and Grow Your Audience

An essential part of any content creator’s work is content promotion. You need to get your content seen by the people who want to read it, share it and comment on it. You need to keep expanding your audience and developing content with them in mind.

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How to Generate Infinite Ideas for Your Content/Blog

by Kathy Edens Aug 02, 2017

How to Generate Infinite Ideas for Your Content/Blog

You probably have more ideas than you know, but when sitting in front of a blank screen, your mind is just as blank. How do those prolific bloggers and content marketers keep the fresh ideas rolling?

Ideas do come to you. But you're not recording them fast enough. The best writers have trained themselves to capture ideas before they're a mere wisp floating away, never to be seen or heard from again.

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How Blogging Can Help You Get Better at What You Love

by Kamil Riaz Kara Jul 14, 2017

How Blogging Can Help You Get Better at What You Love

When the concept of blogging first emerged, becoming a professional writer in glorified online journals to make money wasn’t the goal.

The blogging community has significantly evolved as people write, not for one, but many different reasons. There is a wide range of niches available to choose from – business, fashion, food, lifestyle, entertainment and many more.

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Contena: What You Need to Know to Start a Writing Business

by ProWritingAid Jul 05, 2017

Contena: What You Need to Know to Start a Writing Business

At ProWritingAid, we want our writers to be as successful as possible. And so, when we come across a potential opportunity for writers to make money, we check it out.

The folks at Contena got in touch recently and asked us to have a look at their new platform for freelance writers. Their mission is to help you launch your own freelance writing business.

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Why Every Writer Needs A Writing Mentor (And Where To Find One)

by Jesse Barnett Jun 14, 2017

Why Every Writer Needs A Writing Mentor (And Where To Find One)

When I began working for Charlie, I knew he was talented. He's the writing partner of a well-known leadership expert and together they've authored over 100 books. Several have become New York Times best sellers.

I embraced the job with a learner's mindset. I determined every day to improve my writing skills. My first professionally edited draft looked like a murder scene. Red letters covered the page with countless words crossed out, rearranged, and rewritten.

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Why You Need an Editorial Calendar for Content Marketing

by Kathy Edens Jun 07, 2017

Why You Need an Editorial Calendar for Content Marketing

Do you regularly create great content for your target audience? Let's have a show of hands: how many of you use an editorial calendar to organize your content?

Not everyone uses an editorial calendar, and if you're one, you're making life more difficult than need be.

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Are You Ignoring Your Best Ideas?

by Hannah Collins May 17, 2017

Are You Ignoring Your Best Ideas?

Bored by your own writing? You could be suffering from the toll of ignoring your best ideas. ‘But why on earth would I ignore an idea if it’s good?’, you’re wondering. The answer is that you probably don’t even know you’re doing it.

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10 Writing Issues that Your Grammar Checker is Missing

by Lisa Lepki May 15, 2017

10 Writing Issues that Your Grammar Checker is Missing

An editing tool checks for writing issues that go far beyond mere grammar problems.

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Growing The Writing Cooperative

by Stella J. McKenna May 11, 2017

Growing The Writing Cooperative

“The Coop” is more than just a Medium publication — it’s a community. And it’s growing.

The motto of The Writing Cooperative is, “Helping each other write better”. This phrase ultimately guides all that we do.

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15 Best Content Marketing Blogs to Follow

by ProWritingAid May 04, 2017

15 Best Content Marketing Blogs to Follow

How do you stay abreast of the latest, greatest information about content marketing? We put together a list of our top 15 content marketing blogs you need to start following.

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Maintaining Focus While Writing: A Review of the Freedom App

by Kathy Edens Apr 21, 2017

Maintaining Focus While Writing: A Review of the Freedom App Do you get distracted easily when writing? Do you check Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram when your writing slows down or you reach a difficult section?

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The 10 Best Facebook Groups for Writers

by Kathy Edens Apr 10, 2017

The 10 Best Facebook Groups for Writers Sometimes as I sit at my desk in a remote corner of the house, writing my soul out on the page, I need the company of other writers. Someone who understands how I can both crave and loathe this quiet aloneness. When it's 2am, and I'm working feverishly to meet a deadline or trying to make sense out of the jumble of ideas in my brain, I need community.

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The Writer’s Bundle: An Amazing Offer Available Only From April 3-6, 2017!

by Lisa Lepki Apr 03, 2017

The Writer’s Bundle: An Amazing Offer Available Only From April 3-6, 2017! $1,667 of Writing Resources for $99The Writer’s Bundle: An Amazing Offer Available Only From April 3-6, 2017!

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