Top 10 Posts To Improve Your Writing

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Top 10 Story Starter Tips For Blocked Bloggers – Are you blogged out? Got writer’s block big time? Never fear, your doctor of creativity is here. I have some big time block busters.

7 Tips To Bust Writer’s Block – The toughest thing about writing a news release is getting started. But writing doesn’t have to be hard. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you beat writer’s block.

Top 11 Posts To Improve Your Blog’s Content – To help you in developing compelling content, today we provide you a list of the top 11 online resources to help you improve your writing skills.

How To Be A More Compelling Writer – We’re examining the ways to make your blog more compelling.  A number of Twitterati responded to my request for their ideas. The quality of writing was on their minds.

How To Write Tweets That Get Noticed – The goal is to write the perfect tweet, a tweet that can reach everybody, can be retweeted again and again, a tweet that will expand the tweeter’s reputation. How can you possibly write a tweet like this? It’s simple when you consider and understand two important rules: readability and retweetability.

Content Is King – You can blog all day long, but unless your content is consistently great, your blog will become roadkill on the information highway. What must you do to have great content? I’m glad you asked.

Top 7 Rules For Creating Compelling Headlines – You can write the best email, ad, article or blog post ever and no one will read it if you have a horrid headline. Your headline is the first impression, which must entice the reader to take the next step.

Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say – Jargon and corporate buzzwords can quickly kill your prose.

Get Active – Want to improve your writing fast? Use active voice.

Tell Me A Story – Since the dawn of time mankind has been a sucker for a story. We may be wearing synthetics now instead of skins, but that one truth has not changed. Whether you are communicating with employees, customers or the media, a story has the most power.

About the Author

Harry Hoover
Harry Hoover is a partner in My Creative Team, the agency that makes Fortune 1000 clients look good. His communications career spans 35 years and runs the gamut from print and broadcast journalism, government and corporate communications to advertising and public relations agencies. He is the author of Born Creative: Free Your Mind, Free Yourself and Moving to Charlotte: The Un-Tourist Guide.

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