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How to Write a Bio That Will Turbocharge Your Guest Posts

Your guest post is about to go live. You know it’s packed with value, and the host blogger absolutely loves it. Seems like your hard work has finally paid off. There’s only one thing left to do. It’s a small thing, but to you, it’s the most important one: You need to craft a persuasive […]

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How To Write With Confidence: 10 Superb Articles

Do you want to write with confidence? Of course you do! Even the most successful writer feels self-doubt at one time or another. A bad review, a rejection, a hurtful comment—all these have the power to shake your confidence. Sometimes, we find ourselves on shaky ground even without any ‘help’ from the outside. When the […]

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Writing Fiction: 10 Ways To Keep Readers Hooked

How can you entice your reader to turn the page? By writing a good story, of course! The drama within the tale—plus the implied question ‘how will it all turn out?’—should be motivation enough. But it isn’t. Even great stories must be structured to sustain that drama. ‘Scene hangers’ are one way to do it. […]

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Are You a Procrastinator? Check Out Which Type You Are

Be honest, are you a procrastinator? I think a lot of writers suffer from procrastination. You too? Maybe you’ve promised to write something—but only start a day before the deadline. Or maybe you’ve been planning forever to write a book—but have just got started. Okay, I admit that I sometimes procrastinate. Especially with any task […]

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How to Craft the Best Headline for Your Post

Don’t you want the best headline for your post? You write a great post. Obviously, you want it to go viral. Then you give your post a headline and watch it drift into the internet nether world. Headlines are critical if you want your masterpiece to be read. With RSS and Google search, many readers just glance at headlines, scanning […]

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3 Steps to Driving More Traffic & Selling More Books or Products via LinkedIn

The cat’s out of the bag. With over 364 million members and a monthly active user growth rate at 2x the pace of either Twitter or Facebook, LinkedIn is no longer a secret. More and more writers and bloggers are turning to LinkedIn to figure out how to promote their books, content and programs to this […]

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What to Write About To Get The Audience You Always Dreamed Of

Have you ever thought you nailed a piece of writing? But no one seemed to care. No one shared it. No one commented on it. And you wonder why. If you write enough content, some of it won’t hit the mark—that’s just the way it is. But how can we minimize the risk of this […]

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The Naked Truth: How to Write a Book And Get It Done

Write to Done. I’ve always thought it an odd name for a blog until the lightbulb went off, and all became clear. It’s a name that not only encourages us to write, it also inspires us to finish that writing, and get it done and out there. I’m happy to say that’s just what I did—I […]

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The Zen of Organized Writing: 5 Steps You Can Take Today

How can you organize your life as a writer so you can spend more time writing? What’s the best way to manage writing alongside other projects? Why is it so hard to balance the act of writing with the day-to-day demands of life? I think you’ll agree most writers have to achieve more than write […]

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102 Resources to Transform Your Writing

You don’t have to play coy. You want to become a better writer. In fact, you’d love to crack the code on becoming a writer with tremendously loyal readers who covet every piece you put out there. That’s why you’re here, right? Checking out all the great ideas that Write to Done has to offer? […]

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