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A Short Checklist for Content Writers

Granted that you have read tons of articles on content writing and the guidelines you need to follow, our brains can only take so much. Repetition, they say, makes up for a good reminder. Before you sit down to write that content, be mindful of...

How to Write Articles that Get Permanent Traffic

Writing articles is the lifeblood of your site. It is the reason why visitors hop to your site to see what you have to say and offer. Done right, even a short article can generate permanent streams of traffic when it is submitted to other...

How to Get Your Article Read

White papers and content articles are among the most in-demand types of writing today. Yet some writers dread the idea of writing them out of fear that no one would bother to read them, especially since online information is vying for people’s attention. For the...

The Basics of Article Writing and Marketing

Using social media and posting at designated times within the day to generate traffic to your site can be time-consuming, especially if you are doing it alone. But many website owners can create traffic on a steady basis. How? What some writers do is create SEO-enhanced...

How to Track Your Traffic

Seeing traffic breezing through your website is a natural high. It gives you that intangible reward for your writing efforts. Unfortunately, not all of us know how to track our site traffic. Not knowing where your traffic is coming from is a sign that you are...

Your Nonfiction Book Proposal (Part 3 of 3)

Publicity and Promotion: This is where you present the promotional opportunities for your book and how it can help generate an audience. Assuming that you have established a market, the publicity and the promotion will serve as the cogwheels that will start the sales running....

Your Nonfiction Book Proposal (Part 2 of 3)

Your Short Bio: More popularly known as “About the Author” at the back of books, this is where you market yourself in your proposal. Unlike those brief bios in published paperbacks, your book proposal gives you the chance to talk about yourself at length. However,...

Your Nonfiction Book Proposal (part 1 of 3)

You labored for months, even years, on your great nonfiction book. Do not celebrate yet. An editor from a major publishing house is asking for your book proposal. Now here is where it is going to be a make or break. Your proposal plays a...

How to Get Your Poetry Recognized

When you are trying to gain exposure for your poetry, it can seem a lot harder than finding opportunities as a fiction writer. That being said, there are many places to find submission opportunities, if you are willing to put in the work to find...

How To Write An Engaging Bio

The importance of writing an engaging author bio is not just for readers to know a little about you, but also to build trust and to let them know what makes you stand out from other writers in your genre. Your writer's biography is like...