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282 Shares Question: “What do you do?” Really Short Answer: “I am a blogger.” Blank look. After about 2 seconds — question: “What is that?” Answer: “I am a web writer and I share my thoughts online. I educate people about effective communication …” Thoughtful pause. Question: “As a hobby …?” If you are a blogger, you might have come across a similar scenario where you need to explain what occupies you during the course of your day. Or you might be searching for the answer to this question because you are the curious sort. Or you are interested... More »
201 Shares It has taken me over 15 years to get back to writing and start taking it seriously. I have been reading and writing since I was barely out of diapers. And yet I never dared to think of myself as a writer. “God, no I can’t be one of those,” I thought. I allowed my fears of writing to rule my life, to make me not even admit to myself that I was doing the same job that writers do. My fears took the form of excuses, but they still were fears in disguise.... More »
275 Shares Are you thinking of starting a blog in 2012, or making significant changes to your old one? One thing that you should always be 100% clear on is your purpose of writing. Is it to start a personal blog where you don’t really care if you have a total readership of 9 or is it to have a blog that you want to monetize at some point. If you belong to the former camp, then do as you please, and skip this post. If not, read on. 1. Making Your Blog All... More »
19 Shares For the longest time, I was too scared to publish anything on my blog. I had the debilitating fear of making a mistake – a simple error. What if somebody catches my mistake, corrects it and lets the world know? I would agonize over this problem. I thought my credibility as a Business Writer would be shot to pieces. When you write, you constantly feel the pressure of mastering the art of using commas. You are required to understand the difference between a colon and a semi one, the misplaced modifier, and the... More »