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Self-Motivation: The 5 Things I Do to Motivate Myself to Keep Writing Every Day

by Katherine Smithson | The Web Writer Spotlight: Feb 3, 2014

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Finding the motivation to write on a daily basis is no mean task. It can be quite rigorous and cause burnout. So, how do you shake things up a bit and motivate yourself to keep writing every day?

10 Self-Limiting Habits Successful Writers Don’t Have

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Jan 29, 2014

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Each one of us is capable of achieving far more than we typically give ourselves credit for. But, self-limiting beliefs and habits stop us from pursuing our dreams. How is it that we can sometimes act against our own interests? Can it be that we really don’t want to achieve our goals?

5 Simple Ways to Make Your Headlines More Clickable (Without Being Manipulative)

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Jan 10, 2014

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The importance of an article’s headline to click-through rate in both search and social media channels cannot be emphasized enough. So how can you make your headlines more clickable without being manipulative?

3 Anchor Rules of Web Writing to Follow

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Jan 1, 2014

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It's tough on the eyes for web users to read content on a screen. Fortunately, there are essential rules to follow when writing content for the web that ensure you produce optimized content each time.

4 Things You Should Know About Web Readers

by Jillan Mullin | The Web Writer Spotlight: Dec 16, 2013

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Competition in the web writing industry has never been this tough. To succeed online, you not only need to know more about your readers, but also be able to gather an audience.

3 Telltale Signs You Are Approaching a Writing Burnout

by Tiffany Faming | The Web Writer Spotlight: Dec 2, 2013

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Feel like your work’s been a little lacking lately? Can’t get motivated to write on the clock or off? You could be approaching a writing burnout. Look out for these three warning signs of burnout.

Evan Williams' Secret to Getting Rich Online

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 23, 2013

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Evan Williams made his name founding Twitter and Blogger. At an XOXO Tech Conference in Portland, Oregon, Williams made quite a stir when he told the gathering of tech heads that he has figured out the Internet and the secret to getting rich online.

One Powerful Way to Build Instant Credibility

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 13, 2013

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How do you build instant credibility? As a web writer, blogger, copywriter or business owner, credibility is vital to your success. The best jobs go to writers who others think provide greater value and more credibility.

13 Critical Questions to Ask Yourself as a Writer

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Nov 4, 2013

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Life is not always straightforward. Ask yourself enough of the right questions to better understand yourself, your purpose and your career.

8 Quick Tips to Make Sure Your Mornings Count

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 24, 2013

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The first few hours of the work day can have a significant effect on your level of productivity over the following hours, days and even the rest of your life! How do you make sure your every morning counts?

3 Effective Ways to Keep Yourself Accountable

by Christina Gillick | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 11, 2013

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One of the perks of a freelance career is "being your own boss." But, this perk is also one of the most difficult things about freelancing. How do you keep yourself accountable?

30 Obnoxious Phrases to Expunge from Your Writing Today

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Oct 4, 2013

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Want to write more forcefully and professionally without trading in puffery? Expunge these obnoxious words and phrases that add nothing to the meaning of your sentences.

How to Get Through Each Day as an Introvert Writer

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: Sep 25, 2013

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Do people often think you are shy, antisocial or aloof? Many people are misunderstood in this way. Here's how to thrive as an introvert writer in an extrovert world that can't stop talking.

5 Ways to Detect Lying Clients by Reading Their Facial Cues [INFOGRAPHIC]

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Sep 9, 2013

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Ever wondered  what a client's facial expression really means when talking to them? See this fun infographic that looks at how to read microexpressions and decode what they tell you about a client's real impressions.

David Ogilvy’s 10 Tips to Write Well

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight: Sep 4, 2013

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Good writing is not a natural gift. You have to learn to write well. The "Father of Advertising" offers 10 snippets of advice on how to write well.

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