How often should you write and post to your blog? Here is a breakdown of the two major strategies, as well as how you can finally answer the question for yourself.
Are you looking to grow as a writer? Here are 4 ways you can challenge the status quo and put your writing out there.
Even though the New Year has passed, you might be wondering what kind of goals you should have this year. I've got you covered: Here are 4 goals every writer should have.
Sometimes the muses stop singing in your ears, or you're not sure what topic to tackle next. And with so much content on the internet, you might start asking yourself "how can I come up with blog ideas? Especially ones people want to read?" Here's five tricks you can use to brainstorm and come up with blog ideas people will actually want to read.
A little over a year ago, I started publishing on this blog. I've been consistent with posting writing advice and keeping the information on my pages as current as possible. As someone that's been blogging for a little over a year, here's everything my blog taught me.
Do you have a blog and want to know if you've been writing clickbait? Go ahead. Click. You know you want the answers, and I'm here to deliver!
Have you ever worked a long time on your writing just to have someone critique everything about your piece? Maybe someone told you it sounded like a first draft even though it was the tenth. I'm sure every writer has been there at least once. But getting over our writing fears is how we grow as writers. It takes courage to have someone take your work and circle everything with a red pen. You can let go of your writing fears by learning to embrace critiques and rejection.
Remember the elated feeling you got when you acquired your first social media or blog follower that isn't your mom? It's great when someone from the outside is interested in you and what you have to offer! Yet there's many people out there who follow others on social media just to promote themselves. Here's five ways you can start targeting more engaged accounts today.
Every writer knows how it feels to "not be in the mood" to write. This feeling comes in the form of procrastination or focusing our attention on some other "more important" task. So how do you get yourself into a writing mindset? Here's a few tips on how you can start approaching writing today.
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.