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Posted by on Dec 17, 2016 in Writing Your Blog | 1 comment

Tips to Make Blog Readers Relate to Your Writing

As an article writer, I am pretty sure that the last thing that you would like to happen is to see your articles left unread in the online arena as this would mean a waste of your time and energy.

If nobody pays attention to what you write, there’s no way that you can use your articles to generate traffic and interest for your website.

You don’t want that to happen, right?

So, here are some tips to make the reader relate to your work:

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Posted by on Jan 29, 2016 in Find Ideas, Writing Your Blog | 0 comments

12 blissfully simple ways to find blog post ideas you’ll love

You’re stuck for blog post ideas.

Again.

Everyone else seems to be blogging their socks off, but you can’t think what to write about.

You’ve tried other lists of advice, and they say things like ‘try writing list posts’ or ‘create a regular weekly post’. Maybe, but what about?

Don’t despair – and don’t give up on writing your blog just yet. We’re here to help.

Try these brilliantly easy ways to generate ideas for your blog:

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Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Writing Your Blog | 0 comments

What’s the Point of a Writer’s Blog?

So, you’re a writer – or you’d like to be.

But do you really need to have a blog?

Wouldn’t it be better to use your precious ‘writing time’ working on your novel, or creating non-fiction articles to sell, instead of spending all your time building up a blog that won’t make you an income?

Many writers feel they will look amateurish without any online presence. but they don’t want to spend every waking moment adding blog posts and answering comments. Others find that blogging is the writing they enjoy most!

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