Are you a writer? Do you write just for the sake of it, or do you write for an audience? Do you run a blog? Maybe you even write commercially, trying to go ahead and get money from your hard work. That doesn’t mean there’s any guarantee of being good, though, and improvement is always a good step to take when it comes to writing. “The 34 Best Tools for Improving Your Writing Skills” shares some helpful tools.
- Every marketer should be able to write — and, more importantly, every marketer can write. It’s just a matter of finding the writing environment that works best for you, expanding your vocabulary, asking for feedback (and listening to it), and practicing.
- Want to get into the habit of writing every day, but don’t know what to write about? Daily Page emails you a writing prompt every morning, and you have the rest of the day to write your response.
- Another way to practice your writing is to do a “brain dump” exercise using a tool like 750 Words.
“Publishing content on a consistent basis is crucial in the blogging world. Our own research concludes that companies that commit to regularly publishing quality content to their blogs tend get the most website traffic and leads — and those results continue to pay out over time.”