Category: Writing


Embrace naked blogging

Blogging isn’t easy unless you’re comfortable doing it. There are brilliant bloggers who struggle writing catchy headlines and well-sculpted copy—they’re just not wired for it. Yet, they persist because that’s the winning formula. It attracts attention and delivers value, so they say. But the result of forcing a writer into a copywriter’s shoes is painful. Needless […]

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7 Uneasy Coercion Tactics That Will Force You to Write

Writing is tricky and delicate work. Sometimes all the ideas are there but the writing isn’t. When this happens, I usually seek some unconventional solutions to give me a boost, but they don’t always work. That’s when I turn to coercion tactics. You know—stuff that gets results but nobody really talks about how it’s done. […]

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How to Write a Powerful and Influential Letter That Will Change Your Life

There are times in life when you absolutely need the right words to get you through tense or troubling situations. This is where knowing how to write a powerful letter can do some serious damage in your favor. Writing a solid letter is by far one of the best ways to get your point across […]

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The Obvious 3 Part Solution to Better Blog Content

Internet marketing is designed to promote your content, but creating content has little to do with internet marketing. Great content relies on the combination of good writing, editing and publishing. And the better your content, the less marketing hype you’ll require to sell it. Sounds pretty simple, but not too many bloggers or internet marketers […]

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3 Ultra Simple Productivity Tools for Writers

I’d like to share a few awesome productivity tools that are helping me get things done on a daily basis. I’ve tried using programs like ToodleDo, but the learning curve is just too high—so many features it just ends up boggling your mind. Ironic, eh? These tools on the other hand are so simple in their design […]

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