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Improve Your Writing Skills

Improve Your Writing Skills

When you start a new business, create your own blog or make a decision to build a list of subscribers and market your informational products to them, one skill you will have to learn is online communication.

In a world where communication is paramount to survival, you can not risk sending out ineffectively written communications to your customers, clients or your readers.

“Having a way with words” is no longer enough to have your message found, opened and read. To achieve your business and career goals, you will have to become a pro at communicating ONLINE.

And this is exactly what “Improve Your Writing Skills - A Step-by-Step Guide to Compelling Content Creation” will allow you to do.

Here you will discover:

  • 5 significant differences between online and offline writing that will allow you to communicate more efficiently within the vast space of the World Wide Web
  • The major Keys of Understanding your audience and establishing a strong connection with them
  • How to find your voice and position yourself as an expert
  • The Communication Triangle that will make any message that you put up there change from good to awesome
  • How to optimize your content for Search Engines, without sacrificing the quality of your writing
  • How to write a compelling headline, while allowing you to choose from one of 20 Eye-Catching headline formulas
  • The Must-Follow Rules of Writing a Successful email that will get opened, read and acted on 
There have been more changes in the way we do business, including writing, in the last few decades than in the past few centuries. With each passing year these changes become more evident and much harder to ignore. Improved technology, innovative research and marketplace competition require business leaders to upgrade their communication and online writing skills.

The Internet has become a new medium and this new medium has challenged and changed the way we write and even the way we read.

Gone are the days when we would begin our morning with a cup of coffee and a fresh newspaper. Almost gone are the days when we read a few pages from a book before going to bed.

According to AOL/Beta Research Corporation over 500 million people worldwide are now starting their day by turning on their computer and checking their email. And even when we are away from our laptops we can easily access the World Wide Web from our smartphones and tablet PC’s, to catch up on the latest news updates, check our social media accounts or simply browse the internet to pass the time.

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