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2016 Best-Selling Authors’ Great Writing Tips for Every Writer

Every writer can never be content with what he or she already knows. They will strive every single day to hone their skill and be more effective like a sponge that absorbs every piece of writers’ advice and would love to devour all the great writing tips out there, if only they could… These are… Continue reading 2016 Best-Selling Authors’ Great Writing Tips for Every Writer

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Ego vs. Creativity: What Matters Most for Good Content Writing?

Dictionary.com defines ego as, “self-esteem, self-image, feelings.” The same site defines creativity as, “the ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to create meaningful new ideas, forms, methods, interpretations, etc.; originality, progressiveness, or imagination.” The question is, not whether one is more important than the other, it is how to… Continue reading Ego vs. Creativity: What Matters Most for Good Content Writing?

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A Copywriter’s Guide to the Galaxy of Satisfied Customers

Is the power of persuasion a myth? How do we get people to actually say yes (or no) to a product, a service or an idea? Like moths to a flame, how do we attract people and be glued to our every word? Let’s begin with these writer tips and tricks to keeping your customers… Continue reading A Copywriter’s Guide to the Galaxy of Satisfied Customers

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Writer’s Tips: How to Spot a Bad Client Before It’s Too Late

I’ve been freelancing for a long time, and I’ve had my share of awful clients. While most are passionate about what they do and confident about what I can bring to their business, there are a few rotten eggs. Most of the time it’s obvious when a bad client comes along, but freelancers who are… Continue reading Writer’s Tips: How to Spot a Bad Client Before It’s Too Late