A young writer is full of promise and potential. They have a new voice, a new perspective, and a whole lot of energy that is focused on helping them find success. However, anyone who’s been a professional writer for a few years knows that there are also some serious tests coming their way. Here are some of the most important things that a writer should know!
If you’re struggling to find motivation and energy to keep on going with that negative experience fresh in your mind, here are some tips to help you get back up on your writing horse again, as strong as ever.
Over the years, I often find myself working happily away on some fun and interesting holiday-themed writing topics that make it an enjoyable time of year even if I do find myself working through it.
There seems to be a lot of misinformation out there about when and how business content writers work. While I’ve seen some of the easier questions answered, I decided that I wanted to join the conversation about some of the tougher questions.
As any professional writer will tell you, you’ll hear a lot more negativity than positivity out there. The goal is to focus on the positivity, of course, but there are those lines that just somehow always manage to sneak through your thick skin and bug the heck out of you. Here are my own “most likely to punch you in the face” lines.
As if researching, writing and editing weren’t enough to handle as a professional writer, you also have to figure out creative ways to win over the customer. With all of the competition out there, it may seem that trying to keep the customer interested is an impossible task, but you’ll be pleased to learn that it isn’t. It simply goes back to the core concept of why you’re in business in the first place: because you’re good at what you do.
Your writer, be them a freelance writer or a staff writer, may show one or more of these signs that they are no longer cutting it. The more of these they show, the more energy it may take for you to fix the issue!
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!
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!
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.