Blog Archive: Copywriting/Writing

Why the Road To Perfection May Run Through Imperfection (A True Story)

This post is dedicated to all of you who want your “gift” to be perfect before releasing it to the world. I’m talking about those books and info-products and any other projects that aren’t quite ready and need “another round of edits” before they’ll be “perfect” and ready for the world.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

Don’t Sweat It – Get An Editor

Its commen for alot of people to make mistakes, when spelling certain words.

Lot’s of people also have problems with to many typo’s.

By Sophie Zollmann

Stuck on What to Post About? Your Creative Guide to Intelligent Posting

I don’t know about you, but some days I struggle with finding creative, interesting topics to post about on social media. So many platforms yet so little time. So little time in a busy entrepreneur’s life to make an impact let alone to actually decide what you want to talk about that day (or multiple times that day in the case of Twitter).

By Karen Yankovich

Creativity Jolt – Ditch the Booze

What?!?! Did you really read what you just read???

Yep, I’m advocating taking a break from your glass of wine, beer or cocktail and see what happens with your creativity.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

The Writing Life — Take the Pressure Off and Just Create

I’ve been feeling the call to start another novel.

This is on top of working on my next nonfiction book, blogging several times a week, and let’s not forget copy-writing for clients and my own biz.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

5 Top Tips For Proofreading

When you’re writing for your business, you must proofread carefully to make sure no embarrassing mistakes are published. Even if you’re an excellent writer – and not everyone is – you might not be the best typist. Plus, many spell-check programs usually won’t catch errors that are correctly spelled homophones (such as they’re/their/there).

By Sophie Zollmann

The Writing Life – What Writer’s Block May Be Telling You

I had great intentions to dig into my next book, and, well — you know what they say about great intentions.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

The Writing Life – What Are Your Readers Really Buying?

There’s a saying in the fiction writing world, that goes something like this (and unfortunately I don’t know who first said it).

Your first paragraph is what gets people to buy that book. Your last paragraph is what gets people to buy your next book.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

Four Tips For Generating Great Blog Post Ideas

You know you need to continually provide compelling, useful content for your newsletter, ezine, or blog. But sometimes it can be a challenge to keep things fresh. When you’re head’s-down in the thick of managing your business, coming up with interesting and valuable topics can be the last thing you want to deal with.

By Sophie Zollmann

Life, Biz and the Pursuit of Happiness – Your Biggest Strengths Are Your Biggest Weaknesses

In some ways, I’ve had it easy as an entrepreneur.

One of those ways is how my passion for writing has dominated both my life and work.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

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