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Typing Versus Handwriting a Manuscript: Which Do You Prefer?

Creating a manuscript may be one of the hardest things for writers to do. Some writers may not actually ever finish and create a manuscript. It is also possible that a writer can spend years and years on a manuscript and never finish it. That being said, how do you write your manuscript? I am a writer and have my own way of doing it, as do most writers. Even if you ask a writer, what are you writing about…and you get the traditional blank stare, that is normal. BUT, if you ask, how do you write your stories, there are plenty of options and explanations of why. So, of the two most simple—handwriting and typing—which one is better? Handwriting Writers have been handwriting their manuscripts for centuries, but since the invention of the typewriter, typing made a world of difference. But the feeling about handwriting still holds true to many writers: a personal experience of creating your story. There is something about writing each individual word out by hand the way it has been done for centuries that really creates a connection with the writer’s work. I know writers that feel more connected to their writing while they write it...
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Introduction To Copywriting

Writing effective copy can be the difference between success and failure for your business. But writing quality content means more than just creating content that reads well. For the most effective content, follow the best practices for copywriting below: 1. Do your research: It is just as important to understand who you are writing for as it is to know what you are promoting. This is why the first step – and the most important – is to do your research. Even if your well-versed on the subject, frequent research about the product and the people who are expected to use it will keep the information fresh and up-to-date. 2. Make an outline: Outlines are the skeleton of any good copy. They help organize thoughts in an orderly fashion and ensure that all points are made using smooth transitions. Best of all, they can be produced quickly and will help the rest of the copy fall nicely into place. 3. Write your first draft: Now it is time to add the meat to your skeleton outline. Just remember that your readers won’t have a lot of time to invest in lengthy text, and will most likely scan the document for key...
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Accepting Guest Posts? Here Are Four Traits To Look For In A Guest Blogger

If you own or manage a blog, there always comes a time when your creative juices aren’t flowing. Or in some instances, you find yourself having a hard time providing posts that provide solutions to the problems of your readers. When the problem strikes, it is hard to keep up with your regular publishing calendar. Of course, you surely don’t want to slack off or miss a few times posting. So if you are struggling to come up with fresh ideas, why not open up your blog to guest bloggers to fill the gaps? Guest bloggers can help add variety to your blog and at the same time help improve traffic to your site and boost your SERPs. They can also expand your readership. So if you are ready to accept guest posts, here are four important qualities you should be looking for in a guest blogger. Expertise This goes on top of the list because it greatly shows the experience of a guest blogger in a particular field. When someone is knowledgeable about the topics he or she is writing about, then you can expect that he or she will be able to make the post engaging for your readers....
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8 Effective Plagiarism Checker Tools

There are various tools online which can help you to check the content submitted by the blogger or the writer. This tool ensures that they have not committed any plagiarism. There are people who use spin content in their content. In article spinning sneaky people use software which changes the meaning of the sentence. For example if we are using a word like the car the software will change into in automobile or vehicle.   These are the dirty tricks which people used to boost up their websites. But those who are using such people to make their business good are mainly harmed. In such cases the plagiarism software’s are the best way to find which content is genuine or plagiarism. If you are writing blogs then you should be familiar with the importance of the original content. Google now do not accept duplicate content. In case you are using duplicate content, it is likely that Google will penalize your websites. Here are the eight best checker tools. These tools are very helpful in catching the people who can take advantage of your writings. 1. Turnitin This is one of the most popular among the students of the university. This checker...
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Where to Find Inspiration for Blog Post Topics

This should seemingly be an easy question to answer, but in reality it is not as easy as it seems. As any writer, blogger or journalist knows, finding a topic may be the hardest part of writing—next to actually writing it, of course. No, I’m not saying that writing is the hardest part, but for some it may be. Often it may be easier for some to write than to find a topic and vice versa, but everything always depends on everything, including the writer him- or herself. Some may not even think that finding a topic may be a difficult task, but just think back to high school when you had to write a paper. Even with the choices are narrowed down for you, was it easy to choose? Probably not. So, now that we’re older, does that mean it gets any easier? Maybe not. What to Write Well first, it is always easier to write about what you know. The information flows more naturally from your head onto paper (or type). This doesn’t mean you have to be an expert and know everything but having experience with it may help you learn more information and put it together....
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