Archive | January, 2008

20 reasons to go to SobCon08

Photo credit: Laffy4k SobCon08, a biz school for bloggers, is taking place in Chicago at the start of May. I know I want to be there - and there are at least 20 reasons why. It’s because I’d get to: Continue reading

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How does “writing holiday in Italy” sound?

I need your help. I don’t know what it is about writing promotional material for things that I’m working on or services I offer. The normal flow of words dries up to a trickle. My mind turns to sludge. I feel like I’m wading through treacle. Thank heavens I’m running the upcoming writing workshop with [...]

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5 ways to fight the writing flab

Writing to make a more powerful impact means cutting out the writing flab. And with so many of us focusing just now on ways to shed some excess pounds, the post-Christmas diet seemed like the perfect inspiration for my first podcast of the New Year. (It’s okay, it’s not deadly serious, either about writing or [...]

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A web designer’s guide to writing well

Photo credit: Arquera Writing with greater impact means tidying up our text so that it’s Crisp and fresh Easier to read Less confusing Funnily enough those are just some of the descriptions I’ve heard about the new design Continue reading

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What I learned from blog comments in 2007

My contribution to What I Learned From is a little different this month - it’s been posted over at Middle Zone Musings as part of Robert’s Blogapalooza project. I bent the rules a little to reflect on what I’d learned from blogging conversations during 2007 - in the comment box here, at Joyful Jubilant Learning [...]

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