If you’re experiencing blogger burnout and you’re thinking of giving up on content creation, don’t give up on all of it. Instead, take a step back.
It’s likely that you may have heard the saying “most editors are failed writers,” and this sentiment is not only untrue, but quite insulting.
Realizing how toxic the social media atmosphere of 2022 had become led to me completely ditching social media in exchange for a “silent majority” approach.
I feel as if it should be unnecessary to say, but writers are people, too!
There’s a myth out there that article writing is easy. Yes, when you start writing articles online, you can write about whatever you want. But, don’t think that online writing doesn’t need lots of thought or effort put into it. You can’t just type whatever comes to you, hit ‘publish,’ and expect it to be […]
Feel like you might be confusing readers with your writing? The entire point of writing, of course, is to convey an idea in as clear and concise a form as possible. But, sometimes you set out to make your readers think, and you just end up confusing them instead. So, how do you make your […]
Content marketing isn’t easy. There are only so many times you can write about the same topics before your readers get tired of it or stop paying attention to your content all together. Here we will show you how you can use Google Trends and its Related Topics feature to come up with new and […]
Article writing can be one of the most fulfilling tasks you can tackle as a writer, yet it’s also one of the most difficult things to get right. Whether you’re writing an article for your own blog or another company’s website, there are certain rules that must be followed to make sure the content reads […]
I’d say 2021 was a pretty good year for The Phoenix Desertsong website. Of course, as it seems is always the case, anything Pokemon or Magic the Gathering related far and away outperforms my more serious work. I even turned away from posting gaming related articles mid-year trying to push my non-gaming related content, but […]
This may seem like a strange question for a writer to ask, but I’ve indeed asked myself: can you have too many blog posts? You can have too much of anything, right? But, how can you ever have too much of your writing out there? The more blog posts you have online, then the more […]