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Class is back in session. This time around, I'll be sharing ways in which you can develop your audience. Create Content Consistently Content is the currency of the internet. It's a noisy marketplace where a sea of advertisements and updates flood various timelines. Add to the fact that people's attention spans are getting shorter by … Continue reading Class Notes: Helpful Advice On Growing An Audience + (a bonus doodle)
And we're back! In this installment of Class Notes, I will be going over some tips that will help you promote your new book. The information below will be from a section from Poet's Market 2017 titled "6 Ways To Promote Your New Book" by Jeannine Hall Gailey. Click here if you missed the last … Continue reading Class Notes: 6 Promotional Tips For Your New Book
In this installment of Class Notes, I will be going over some habits by productive poets that will aid you in writing process. The information below will be from a section from Poet's Market 2017 titled "The Habits of Highly Productive Poets" by Scott Owens. Click here if you missed the last Class Notes. 1. … Continue reading Class Notes: Proven Habits of Productive Poets
Welcome to the first installment of Class Notes! Before we get started on today's lesson, let me first give a brief introduction into what you can expect. Through this series, my desire is to equip writers and poets with useful knowledge that will help them reach their full potential and become noticed by a wider … Continue reading Class Notes: Basics to Publishing Your Own Poetry
In a previous post, I discussed my changed career path to copywriting. With this series, I will be sharing relevant information that may be beneficial to your own writing.
Tips from one writer to another. (Originally posted here.) As a graduating Professional Writing major, one of the main lessons I learned in my classes was how to be straightforward in my writing. Too many times, writers fall into the temptation of thinking that more words and longer sentences will impress professors and readers. While it’s … Continue reading Coherence and Cohesion: Putting the Right Pieces Together