As you might be aware of, writing is one of the best ways to relieve stress. Any troubling thoughts and emotions can be spilled onto the page and provide an amazing cathartic release. But obviously, not all writing we do is simply for our own benefit.
As bloggers, we all go through phases. Some weeks feel incredibly productive, while other weeks feel like we’re trudging through mud. If you want to be a consistently productive blogger, then you need to understand how to have more of the former weeks.
Bloggers: Research & Publish Faster than Ever As a blogger, chances are you enjoy researching and writing regularly. However, you have probably felt how painful writing is on occasion – especially after a long day or a night with very little sleep. Today’s blog post is dedicated to writing more efficiently, enabling you to do […]
Are you trying to take your blog to the next level by improving your writing skills? This is a great idea! Good writing is the foundation of a great blog. If you don’t have that, all of the videos and infographics in the world cannot help you. One way to increase the effectiveness of your […]
Every writer wants to be better, but there are only two ways to go about it: reading more and writing more. It takes consistent practice in both these areas, over the course of years, for your skills to naturally develop. There are no shortcuts. However, there are a few things you can change instantly that […]
You’ll notice it quite plainly. There are sentences you want to read and ones that bore you to tears. There are sentences that hook you and yank your attention to the surface for a gutting and fish-fry, and sentences that manage to turn even the most exciting subject into an uninteresting drone.
The worst criticism anyone can make about a story on your blog is that it’s unbelievable or unauthentic. You work hard to inject authenticity into your writing, so that’s like squeezing lemon juice into an open wound. Authenticity isn’t a metric you can actually measure, but it’s incredibly important, nonetheless. According to a 2015 study […]
We’ve all been there. Blank screen, blinking cursor and thoughts of Facebook and funny cats running through our minds when all we want to do is get our latest blog post done and dusted. However, we know the importance of making our posts engaging and that stops us from simply banging out a quick 500 […]
Editor’s note: This post was written byMickie E. Kennedy, founder of eReleases Press Releases Distribution based in Baltimore, MD. Keyword tool? Check. Long tail keyword? Check. Keywords at no more than 2.5% of total content? Check. Congratulations. Youve officially just set yourself up to write for a search engine.
We’ve all had those periods when writing feels like a chore instead of an activity that we actually love. You’ve probably proclaimed how passionate you are about writing more than once – especially when you’re applying for a gig – but the “I hate writing” moments do come now and again. Source What are you […]