Writing Critique Groups: Everything You Need to Know

Writing Critique Groups: Everything You Need to Know

Writing critique groups are invaluable to the writing process, but they can seem intimidating. Find out everything you ever wanted to know about critique groups.

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Chris Banks on The Bestseller Experiment

Chris Banks on The Bestseller Experiment

ProWritingAid Chris Banks joined The Bestseller Experiment podcast to chat about the "why" behind developing ProWritingAid and how to use the tool to improve your writing.

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Behind the Words: Truths about Writing from Successful Writers

Behind the Words: Truths about Writing from Successful Writers

There are a lot of great truths about writing you can find online – but here's the tough love you need from writers that have "made it".

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Getting Teams to Step Up

Getting Teams to Step Up

Many people are experts in their respective fields. However, they're weak in writing. Managers need to understand these weaknesses and help team members level up their writing game. This article shows you how.

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Master the Art of Brilliant Blog Post Titles

Master the Art of Brilliant Blog Post Titles

Learn how simple word choice and combinations work to create a blog post title that draws readers to your content.

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10 Red Flags Signifying a Horrible Freelance Writing Client

10 Red Flags Signifying a Horrible Freelance Writing Client

Have you ever had a freelance writing client who was an absolute nightmare to work with? Or are you hunting for your first (or newest) client and hoping to avoid such experiences? It's true that there are tons of freelance writing clients who will pay great money, but it's also true that many pay peanuts and ask far too much. Here's how to avoid horrible clients.

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How to Avoid the Biggest Business Writing Pitfalls

How to Avoid the Biggest Business Writing Pitfalls

Don't waste your time on sub-par content. Don't let your website get lost in the crowd. Great copy stands out and attracts readers and buyers – so find success by avoiding these common business writing pitfalls.

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Why You Should Write and Produce Audiobooks Professionally

Why You Should Write and Produce Audiobooks Professionally

Audiobooks are growing rapidly as more and more people switch to listening to them. In this article, Jennifer Xue discusses how to write and publish your first audiobook.

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Choosing the Type of Memoir to Write

Choosing the Type of Memoir to Write

A memoir consists of snapshots of the author's life. In this article, Jennifer Xue explains what the types of memoirs are and how to choose which one fits what you want to write.

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When Writing Becomes Deeply Personal

When Writing Becomes Deeply Personal

Words, said at the right time, in the right way, by the right person, have changed the world. In this article, we take a look at the power of personal writing.

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Types of Writing Contracts and How to Approach Them

Types of Writing Contracts and How to Approach Them

Are you working as a writer? You'll need to become savvy at navigating and negotiating contracts. This article can help.

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A Love Letter to ProWritingAid

A Love Letter to ProWritingAid

One of our users sent us a surprise love letter for Valentine's Day!

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Counseling Your Way to Great Characters

Counseling Your Way to Great Characters

Writers can learn a lot from the counseling profession that can help to create richer characters and realistic responses to conflict. On the blog, we examine the correlation between counseling and character development.

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How to Write Inspirational Self-Help Stories

How to Write Inspirational Self-Help Stories

The self-help industry is a $10 billion market, which means that people around the world are striving hard to improve themselves. For authors, it's a huge market for creating information products, including but not limited to books and articles that cater to self-help consumers.

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An Author's Voice and How to Find It

An Author's Voice and How to Find It

Every writer has a "voice." It's a unique signature that combines the use of diction, punctuation, and syntax. Is this "voice" identical with writing style? How can a new writer cultivate his or her own unique voice? If you already have an author's voice, what can you do to polish it and take it to the next level? Read this article to find out!

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