Writing a business book can be good business for Solopreneurs and all organization leaders. If the book is reasonably well-written, it can become a powerful self- marketing tool that confers to the author an assumption of expertise and leadership ability that can pay dividends for the duration of one’s career. A business book has the potential to define and enhance your personal brand, get you invited to give interviews and best of all, generate leads that bring in more business.
Conversational writing creates personal connections and it gets your readers more involved. Here are 5 of the easiest ways to write more conversationally.
It’s not exactly a hidden fact that the Internet has the ability to reach billions around the world. Websites and social media accounts have become a must for many brands looking for fame.
If you want to be successful with all manner of writing, good content creation is the key. If you are trying to make a name for yourself with the search engines and your target audience, content is how you do it.
Everyone wants to master the English language to become a professional writer, but only a few remain successful in achieving their goal. Tons of hurdles and the lack of proper help from peers hinder learners from enhancing their writing for good. But there is no need to worry anymore as this article contains all the useful tips and tricks that can be implemented for improving your English understanding. Moreover, by following the mentioned techniques, your knowledge and grasp of English writing would take a turn for the betterment.
While we may all have different opinions on the best movies, TV shows, comics or books, I’m sure there’s one thing we can all agree on, whatever we love, it’s because of the characters in it. Whether that’s Han Solo and Chewbacca from Star Wars, the cast from Friends, or Batman, it’s the characters and not the storylines that lives long after the book or movie ends. Thing is, when it comes to writing, a great cast of characters can save a weak and bland storyline.
Do you struggle with your writing process? This article gives you practical tips on how to explore and develop topics for your articles and essays.
It is a refutation of Albert Camus’ Myth of the Sisyphus. The refutation uses literary, metaphysical, ontological, psychological and materialistic ideas.
These days, the readers have changed the concept of reading online copies a lot. They are more into scanning the copies and considering this fact, the style of writing contents has also changed a lot. This article offer complete details of this changed style.
It’s a treatise on a Post Modern reading of Indian Philosophy. The various schools of Indian Philosophy are subject to postmodern interpretation.
It’s an analysis of Robbet Grillet’s novel: Erasers. The analysis proceeds with character depiction, the structural flaws in the novel and its plot.
Building a fictional character can be started by answering five questions: Who are you? Where have you been? When did you leave X and go to Y? What have you done? Why do you have that scar? By using current events and news stories as well as your own background, you can build a dynamic fictional character. Every day around the world people experience life and you can apply those to your writing to make it more real. This article walks you through how to do just that.
It is an analysis of Derrida’s work: Writing and Difference. The structures inherent in it are examined critically.
Imagine the world when no one is being bullied, no one is being hurled with unsavory words and all. Would it be different?
We can see the happily ever after scene in our heads. We can taste he poured champagne. But how to get to that finished moment? Follow along this how-to and see how you can build the foundation of a complex story.
If sign language is the best way to communicate with your prospects and customers, you’d need to learn sign language. If a unique code system is the best way to communicate, you’d need to learn the code system. Luckily, our communication process is simpler – or is it?
In the world of content writing, one can always hear copywriting being called the art and science of stringing words together. But why is it called so?