The introduction of an article can determine whether it gets read or not. That is why smart writers are very particular about how they write their introductions — and writing effective introductions isn’t as complicated as many people think. According to Copyblogger, on average eight out 0f 10 people will read the headline of a […]
Staring at a blank page is a feeling that every writer knows well. It’s even harder when you’ve got a ‘boring’ or ‘dull’ topic ahead of you. But here’s the secret: There is no such thing as a boring topic. If you can find the right angle, the right audience, and the right tone, then […]
Marin Pickering shares 6 common mistakes you should avoid to be a better writer.
Apostrophes Love them or hate them, they affect the meaning of words so they have to be correct. An apostrophe indicates possession or an abbreviated word. David’s bag (possession – bag belongs to David).
In my previous article (about punctuation) I stressed the importance of making your text flow smoothly. Avoid “stalling” your reader. If he finds your article difficult to follow, he might give up altogether in boredom or frustration. If you find it difficult to work out how to punctuate your sentence then it is probably too […]