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Archive for June, 2015

How to Prevent Black Hat SEO Techniques Against Your Vulnerable Website

This is a guest contribution from Dennis Rundle. Black Hat SEO practices have been going on for years without any signs of slowing down. Regardless of the efforts Google makes with the purpose to stop black hatters from attacking vulnerable websites, these tactics haven’t become obsolete. Black Hat SEO practices are usually performed with the […]

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3 Steps to Saving Time by Writing Social Media Updates in Batches

This is a guest contribution from Tom Van Buren. Scheduling updates in advance solves a number of social media’s most frustrating problems. It gives your routine newfound flexibility, and it can even make you a better blogger. But there’s one hurdle that scheduling alone doesn’t take care of for you: those updates still have to […]

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How to Make 2x More Money as a Writer

This is a guest contribution from Puranjay Singh. Around six months ago, I quit my job to make a living as a writer. It wasn’t that I didn’t enjoy my work; it was just that I wanted to travel and needed the freedom of freelancing. I didn’t know a lot about writing, but I knew […]

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Creative Writing Prompt: Can You Come up With the Story Behind This Image?

What is the story behind this image? Can you come up with a mini-story of not more than 350 words? In case you’re not familiar with our Creative Writing Prompt Challenge, here’s how it works: We set the scene You make it your own, and Share your creation in the comments section of this post  Now for the […]

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6 Simple Tricks for Building A Strong Writing Habit

“I write only when inspiration strikes. Fortunately, it strikes every morning at nine o’clock sharp.”– W. Somerset Maugham Do you ever feel like your writing life would be so much easier if only you could stay inspired? Maybe you had an initial burst of enthusiasm for the project you’re working on, but it quickly faded […]

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Book Manifesto: How To Zero In on The Book You Are Destined To Write

Do you know the hardest question for an author to answer? “What is special and unique about my book?” It’s not because you don’t know. It’s because you aren’t connected deeply enough to your vision and purpose. Or maybe you lost touch with the flash of inspiration that was once so clear you thought you’d […]

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How to Write Addictively Readable Paragraphs

  Mmm, addictive writing. Like fantastic coffee or exquisite chocolate, it keeps readers perpetually coming back for more. Would you like to produce such work every time you write? Then you need to do more than just plunk words down on the page or screen. You must master the art of luring readers along the […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Finding Irresistible Topics to Delight Your Readers

Trying to find the perfect topic to write about is frustrating, isn’t it? You want to provide value in a way that will keep readers glued to your site. So week after week, you open a draft in WordPress and gaze at the blinking cursor, hoping that it will magically give you the perfect blog […]

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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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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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