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7 wordpress mistakes killing your mom blog traffic — Bethany Rutledge
7 wordpress mistakes killing your blog traffic — Bethany Rutledge Struggling with your wordpress website for writing or blogging? Here are a few wordpress mistakes you’re probably making that will kill your traffic. Fortunately, you can fix them all today! blogging mistakes | blogging mistakes to avoid starting blog | starting blog checklist | starting blog for money | starting blog wordpress | starting blog posts | Starting Blog, Etsy, and YT | Starting Blog | starting blogs |
13 things you should know before writing a book — Bethany Rutledge
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Do you want to write a book but don’t think you have the time to finish it? Here are some things you can do to make room in your busy schedule for writing. #writing #writingadvice #writingtips #NaNoWriMo #novel #creatingcharacters #writingprompts #publishing #amwriting #WIP #writingblog #author #authors #novelwriting
21 Online Tools Writers Need to Make an Impact — Bethany Rutledge
If you google “online tools for writers” you’re bound to experience some overwhelm.Here are some favorite online tools for writers I frequently recommend for your website, social media, and brandonline tools for writers l writing tools l best writing tools l writer tools l free writing tools l writing tools | writing tools for authors | writer tools | writer tools kit | writer tools creative writing | writer tools app
Guest Post: How to Find Your Writing Rhythm Using The Snowball Effect — Well-Storied.
Do you often find yourself stuck, staring at the blank page, unable to put words on paper? It's time to end the struggle, writer. In today's blog post, guest writer Diana L. James shares how you can find your writing rhythm using the Snowball Effect!
Writing a Trilogy – Keeping Readers Engaged - Life Of A Storyteller
Writing a Trilogy – Keeping Readers Engaged - Throughout the series, we’ve talked about plotting your trilogy, the importance of crafting a character that your readers can relate to, and different types of endings for each novel and your series as a whole. This week we are going to wrap up the series by discussing how to keep your readers engaged throughout each novel.
7 Things to Do When You're too Drained to Write | A Well Told Story
We all get drained from time to time. Luckily there are a handful of activities to keep you semi-productive while giving your brain the rest it needs. writing advice | writing tips. #writing #writingtips #writinglife #novelwriting #awelltoldstory