The Web Writer Spotlight (WWS) is a fast-growing online publication for passionate digital writers, entrepreneurs and other creative professionals.
Launched in 2012, the website delivers news, tips and inspiration to help writers and other creatives grow their business/careers online, as well as serving general advice and commentary on the journey that is being an entrepreneur in today’s digital age.
In the digital age, people are facing new issues on top of the old. As publishing continues to shift and change, for example, writers and publishers are now forced to adapt and establish themselves entirely differently—making breaking into the scene all the more exciting.
We bring you news, tips and inspiration about digital writing, the creative life and online entrepreneurship to help you stay in the loop on emerging trends. The goal is to shine a light on the creative life and illuminate the online business landscape for writers, entrepreneurs and other creatives.
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Spotlight book of the month
by Hugh MacLeod
Ever wonder what it really takes to make a living as a creative person in today's complicated world?
MacLeod presents some witty keys for creative success, including "ignore everybody. Why should you "ignore everybody"?
Because, he writes, nobody else can tell you whether your idea is worthwhile. People can give you advice, but at the end of the day, it's your decision. The more original an idea, the less helpful the advice is going to be.