Blogging is an exciting venture for anyone interested in starting one. Unlike other digital platforms, a blog is your own website to be you. That means no one can tell you what to post. You'll have the freedom to express yourself however you want. When should you start a blog? I'll give you a hint: now.
If you've been blogging for a while, your blog is probably filled with tons of posts. These posts have built credibility for your blog and established your web presence over the years. Luckily, there's plenty of ways to repurpose your blog content. Here's ten ideas to help you reuse the great resources you've already made.
Are you an enthusiastic individual who works on writing blog and social media content? Or perhaps you aspire to break into the field because of the exciting growth in the digital marketing industry. Either way, you'll want to keep up with the latest content writing trends when it comes to formulating a digital strategy. But where do you start once you decide to take your skills to the next level? Here's a few ways you can improve your blog and social media posts.
Congratulations on finishing your book or blog post! Give yourself a big pat on the back; you've now written a work you can add to your list of accomplishments. However, now that you're done writing, there's one thing left to do: come up with the perfect headline or title. This can be a challenge because it's hard to describe your work in just a few words. You also know you'll need a headline that grips attention but isn't too creatively misleading. But where do you start when it comes to writing headlines or titling your book? Here's how you can find the perfect title for what you wrote.
Are you having trouble trying to come up with your next novel, blog post, or short story? Here are 8 ways to help you generate ideas.
Writing is a skill, and while most people know the basics, I took it to the next level by writing every single day for the last few months. They say you can't get better at something without consistent practice, so here's what writing every single day taught me.