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[DISCUSSION] If No One Else Ever Read What You Wrote, Would You Still Write?

When first asked this question alongside hundreds of other writers, probably in a forum somewhere or in a Tumblr thread, I was convinced I knew the answer for sure. 866 more words

Meg Dowell

How many read your blog today?

I was toying between that title or perhaps,  ‘How not to increase traffic to your blog’. I’ve been blogging over two years and for the most part have enjoyed every day of it. 776 more words


Responsive Copywriting: Why Writing For Devices Simply Isn't Enough

Words by Darren Thackeray.

Today, we’re consuming content at a faster rate than any other time in our history. The shift from print to digital was earth shattering, and things haven’t slowed down since. 1,052 more words

Copywriting And Design

Who's shoes are you wearing today?

Understanding your audience is the key to successful writing – but it isn’t always as easy as it looks. Here are three steps to remember when you want to inspire and move your readers. 393 more words

21st Century Copy


More often than not, the only reader most students have in mind when they sit down to write an essay is the person who’s marking it. 644 more words

Student Essays

Writing with a Block and a Handicap

Recently, I had decided to undertake a project that involves writing in a genre that’s different than what I’m used to.  For one, the project involves writing from first person, something that I don’t do very much since most of my fiction is done from a third person perspective.  347 more words

How to Take "I Want to Be a Writer" Three Steps Further

If you’re reading this, you might be a writer. And if you are, you’ve most likely written at least a few articles, poems, pieces of stories or scenes of a script at some point in time. 682 more words

Meg Dowell