From the first product description I ever wrote, I knew that this was what I wanted to focus my career on as far as business content writing. Here are some of the best tips that have helped me figure my way around the tricky world of writing product descriptions that actually sell products.
Writing compelling blog posts may be a little harder than reading them, but there’s no reason that it needs to be torture. Use these writing tips to guide you forward and, when the frustration on doing it “right” gets to you, remember the end goal!
Whether it’s working with a difficult customer, or on a website that seems to have a million little details to remember, just focus on what the job is. You already know how to write professional website content, and that’s the most important detail for the job.
Looking for support on organizing your writing projects? Here are some of the best tips that are all tried and tested to offer up the best, low maintenance benefits for writers.
Make 2020 your most successful year as a writer by taking the time to understand what you want to get out of it. Preparation is key and what better time to start than right now, today on January 1st? Turn over a new leaf and enjoy the best year of your life!
Since most of us are workaholics, it’s normal to simply keep on working through the holiday with just a few short breaks to make an appearance at the festivities. But what if there was a better way? Spoiler alert: there is!
From an amateur to a professional writer, here are some tried and tested great writer-friendly gifts that you can consider to make your holiday shopping spree easier and, of course, a little more writer-y.
With the world evolving the way it is, there are a lot of cool jobs out there that you can try. The most interesting jobs according to Trade Schools are: a bounty hunter, an ethical hacker, a video game tester and a waterslide tester. Sure, most of those sound nothing short of amazing, but I’ve got…
Accepting that you have writer burnout can be difficult. It’s not so much identifying our feelings, it’s more about actually facing the fact that we have writer burnout itself. After all, we’re writers at our core.
For any kind of writer, “writer’s block” could very well be two of the most dreaded words. It means glaring at the screen, jabbing at the keyboard, and ripping your hair out amongst other things. It often comes when we can least afford it, and sometimes it can stay days or weeks or even months at a time. So, what do you do? Keep reading to find out!