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Where to, for real pages? Talk to ten writers about the future of books in the digital age, and you’re bound to get ten different...
Publishing start-up Tablo recently announced the launch of new social features for its cloud-based e-book publishing service, marking the biggest shift in the platform since its...
Most copywriters know the feeling; you’ve been hired to write a lengthy website for a company, but you’ve been given no or very little information about their services, their history or their products. How are you supposed to fill up 5 pages when you basically know nothing about what the company does?
In the 1920s, Ernest Hemmingway sat around a table of fellow writers and bet them that he could write a story in just six words. With great disbelief, the writers took his bet. Hemmingway quickly wrote six words on a napkin and passed it around the table. The words were: “For Sale, Baby Shoes, Never Worn.” On the issue of brevity, Hemmingway was a man ahead of his time.
I've been procrastinating today -- though, technically, trawling for interesting web videos is part of my job description. Nevertheless, what a stroke of luck to stumble on a video homage to procrastination while procrastinating.
With consumers being bombarded by more words then ever before, being able to produce clear and compelling written copy is one of the best ways to elevate you above competitors. Here are 12 ways to ignite your writing.