Free speech and getting lost. An ideological problem? Not at all – this is a writing challenge. With such diverse opinions providing much to write about. Continue reading Web Explored: Free Speech and Getting Lost
A quick reference about writing tools, from the authors past writings. Most pages are on Gobbledegoox, some are from other sites. Continue reading Recap: 5 Useful Writing Tools to Aid your Blog
How important is knowledge? It should be the foundation for great civilisations. In all our “greatness” knowledge is today in a very poor state. Continue reading Few People Care about Knowledge for its own Sake
Do quotes provide engaging thoughts? Many do which is what makes a tool like Pablo so good. Melding words and images can help people visualise your meaning. Continue reading Writing Tools: Using Pablo to Create Engaging Thoughts
hat are the trends in your speciality? Do you know? Have you researched them? Ensure you understand them. Ensure you are ahead of the trends for writing. Continue reading How to Analyze/Recognise the Top 5 Trends for Writing?
My father, a Londoner, had a golden rule – never pronounce an “H”. Yet he mispronounced many words. Letters are silent in words for a reason. Use them right Continue reading Do you Live in the Land of the Missing Letters?
It is interesting to find validation for points you are making, longer posts and deep work all make sense to me. Longer Posts Etc. I wrote a short time ago about the need to lengthen blog posts. Then I came … Continue reading Web Explored: Longer Posts, Deep Work, etc.
How do you find new readers? This can be challenging for the blogger. There are several tricks of the trade that are examined here. How do you grow yours? Continue reading Blog Growth – Can you Find New Readers?
Do you have the confidence to do it? The confidence to write? Confidence is 9 tenths of winning the battle. How can you improve your confidence? Continue reading Writing: Largely About having the Confidence to Do It!
Where to get relevant photographs is a persistent problem for writers, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many sites available that you can use for images. Continue reading Sourcing Pictures: Using the Power of Public Domain
What are the colours of life? Can we represent these in writing? Colour moves us as people, yet our writing is normally black on white. Is change needed? Continue reading “Its Orange Glow” – Colours of Life
A Gramerd – What is that? Sounds ugly. Why call someone that, let along claim to be one? The beauty of grammar is that it has sticklers that are strict. Continue reading Web Explored: Gramerd, Writing Prompts, etc.
Do you analyse the source of your readership? You should. Knowing where readers come from helps you understand their needs. Continue reading Do you Analyze the Source of Your Readership
Adverts are everywhere on the Internet. Link Advertising may bring new ways to make money, but that can interrupt a reader’s thought process. Continue reading Monetize Links: The Morality of Link Advertising
Is the news industry broken? Many people agree that it is. Some of the challenges of journalism are the need for truth – a Hippocratic oath, are faced by bloggers. Continue reading Pledge to Tell the Truth: Hippocratic Oath for Nonfiction Writers?