Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Wednesday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: James Chartrand

There are eight million posts on how to write a great headline, how to write a fantastic call to action, and how to write a good blog post.

We’ll even tell you how to write shorter sentences, snappier copy and better ebooks.

But you know what none of us tell you?

How to write the actual content.

It’s not enough to create killer headlines or spectacular introductions. Content that’s worth reading, sharing, and coming back to isn’t about how it starts or ends, but rather how it unfolds.

In other words, great content comes from knowing how to write great paragraphs.

But that isn’t sexy!

I know, I know. Paragraphs aren’t glamorous at all. No one cares about the poor things, regardless of how essential they are. They’re not a cool hack or snazzy technique, and there’s no app for them.

Great paragraphs come from plain, old-fashioned grammar school. How lame is that?

Here’s why a seamless paragraph matters so much to your writing.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  • Self-Publishing Your NaNoWriMo Book? Don't Miss These Steps!
  • How to Write Great Paragraphs | Write to Done
  • Why Authors Should Use Video to Promote Their Books - Marketing Tips For Authors
  • Author, Jody Hedlund: 5 Traits That Foster Publishing Success
  • Common Mistakes Authors Make...and How to Avoid Them! Tip #3 - Author Marketing Experts, Inc.
  • How to Choose the Right POV (What I Learned Writing Storming) - Helping Writers Become Authors
  • To Become a Writer, Just Do These Two Things
  • The Grim Sweeper - Making A Killing In Crime Scene Clean-Up #writetip
  • Are Infographics Part of Your Online Strategy? 5 Design Tips for Success | Red Website Design Blog
  • Three Common Mistakes Made by Newer Writers -
  • 7 Writing Tips To Increase Your Productivity | BookBaby Blog
Happy writing and running, Kathy

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