To write faster and better requires a lot of effort. It boils down to writing everyday, practicing and trying to write different styles and media.
It was an online meeting with a friend and I was sharing my screen. He saw a couple of tabs open and one of them was Grammarly. Surprised, he went like “Why are YOU using Grammarly?” What he didn’t see was, in fact, in another tab, there was a whole host of other writing toolsContinue reading “Ask Me Anything: 6 Answers to Your Questions About Writing Tools”
Writers are not machines. And I don’t believe, not even for a second, that machines can ever take over the role of writers. But machines are definitely giving writers a run for our money. So, if you’re serious about keeping the fire and passion about writing alive, here are a couple of things writers can do to change things up.
Writing prompts help writers when we are pressed for time and have exhausted our list of ideas on what to do.
Writers share their experiences, thoughts, tips, advice, ideas, and their journeys with new writers, copywriters, ghost writers on how to make it in the competitive writing world.
How does copywriting work? Is it about the words, paragraphs, style, language, or is it persona? Copywriting is the art of writing to sell.
Being effective and efficient when copywriting or writing content takes a lot of work. Here are some tips to get you writing…
How to productively write something even when you’re dead tired, brain dead, and out of ideas about what to write.
Here’s how to adjust your copywriting style, habits, and preferences to suit the changing marketing landscape.
Rewrite, repurpose, and repost content underperforming content in a different medium and platform. It could be a video, infographic, social media update, or a brand new post.