Writing is an art. It’s creative, thoughtful, and challenging. Never is that last part truer than when you’re stuck writing from home during a pandemic. If you’re struggling with writer’s block while working from home, here are a few suggestions for quick and easy ways to grease the wheels and get that creativity flowing again.
Are you interested in a freelance writing career but don't know how to start? Check out these five great online courses for becoming a successful freelance writer.
Connect with readers using natural language that ignores old-fashioned grammar rules. Here are 10 ways to break the rules and engage your readers.
How to implement clarity to express big ideas to engage your reader. Help them understand your meaning through readability, the right verbs, and sentence structure.
Back in 2017, we listed our favorite Facebook groups and tons of readers wrote in sharing amazing groups that hadn't made the cut. So, for 2020, we're adding more great Facebook groups to our list.
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Link building can give your blog a traffic boost. But it's hard to know where to start, let alone decipher all the associated jargon. Read our guide for the easier way to get started with link building – no technical know-how required!
ProWritingAid has customizable reports that help you find any manner of technical or stylistic gaffes in your work. Besides the 20+ reports that help you polish your work, you can use the Style Guides and the Combo Check. But what’s the difference between these two?
The words you use in your content can strengthen or weaken your prose. In this article, we teach you how to boost the power of your content by eliminating non-words and weak phrases that take up space but dilute your statements.
Writing for a living can often mean that you have to take jobs outside of your natural writing style. Just because you're out of your comfort zone doesn't mean you can't sound like a pro. Follow these tips to define your audience and tailor your writing style to your purpose.
Do you have a crack team of collage graduates who just can’t get their act together with writing? Don’t be surprised. Over 25% of college graduates lack good writing skills. An investment in their writing is an investment in your business. Follow these steps to manage writing coaching for employees.
Not everything about audience building is as cut and dried as the experts would like you to believe. In fact, here's decidedly counterintuitive advice for engaging your target audience.
Product labels need to be eye-catching and persuasive to stand out. Use these tips to create labels that attract consumers and motivate them to buy.
There are many basic SEO tactics you can do yourself. SEO lets your business connect with the right people who need your service. It doesn’t matter if you are an accountant or a plumber, a business consultant or a landscape architect. Applying these strategies to your online presence will garner more interested clients.
Are your onboarding emails bringing in new customers? Or do they seem to disappear into the ether and fail to yield any tangible results? Use these seven tips to engage readers and turn them into devoted customers.