If you're wondering if you should incorporate your blogging experience on a resume, that's awesome! Writers and bloggers who want to use their writing as professional experience know that their blog is a valuable aspect to their portfolio. Putting your blog on your resume helps you stand out from hundreds of applicants when looking for full time employment. Whether you're seeking to use your blog to get a full time writing gig or a job in your industry, here's how blogging showcases your most employable skills.
When you’re looking to build a skill set, you want to make sure you’re studying topics that look desirable to employers. Writing is one of the most important skills you can have in your skill set. With more and more people using the internet to communicate, you'll want to be equipped with the ability to effectively respond through words.
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.
No one wants to make mistakes when writing sentences, but sometimes typos and missing words happen to the best of us. People will have a hard time taking you seriously if your writing consistently contains spelling and punctuation errors. Thankfully, you can improve your proofreading skills if you put the time and effort in. Here are six ways you can teach yourself to become a better proofreader.