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Archive for June, 2015

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 Simple, Super-Sexy, Science-Backed Way to Improve Your Writing Skills

Hemingway knew it. George Orwell and Mark Twain did too. And because they incorporated this truth into their lives, it gave their writing that special sauce that elevated the quality of their work. Whether you write fiction or non-fiction, this truth will help you too. Traveling to lands far and new is not only super-glamorous […]

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10 Easy Ways To Write Headlines That Go Viral

You’ve written an amazing post. But everybody knows that it’s not (only) about the quality of your content. It’s how you sell it. How do you sell a blog post, a book, a video—any content? By writing an amazing headline that sucks the reader in immediately. Big sites like Buzzfeed, Viral Nova and Bored Panda do […]

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How to Tell if Your Idea for an eBook or Course Is a Profitable One

The old saying that ‘everybody has a book inside them’ may be true – but for bloggers I’ve found it is probably more accurate to say that ‘every blogger has at least 10 ideas for eBooks inside them’. I was at a mastermind event recently and a blogger shared her list of ideas for eBooks […]

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Follow These Six Steps to Make Plenty of Time to Write (and Enjoy it Too)

This is a guest contribution from Ali Luke. Here’s a safe bet: You’re struggling to find enough time to write. Virtually every blogger and entrepreneur has the same problem. Maybe you want to write great content to build your business – but there are so many other things you have to do too. I know […]

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8 Ways to Stop Your Blog Crashing as Soon as it Gets Popular

In this guest post, Andrew Maybin, managing director of web hosting and digital infrastructure company Tibus, gives tips on how to avoid the hosting pitfalls associated with high-traffic blogs. It’s the nightmare scenario for any blogger. All the hours and effort you’ve invested in writing, promoting and developing your site, only for it to go […]

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