Feb 14, 14
If you write for a living, that is, if you write articles for clients you often have heard about writer’s block. Personally, I think the topic is overdone and simply something that comes about when the author is too tired, distracted, or simply not interested in the topic at hand [oh, yes…this does happen!] On the other hand, do your clients sometimes suffer from writer’s block?
Helping Clients Overcome “Their” Writer’s Block!
Okay, before you throw your hands up wondering how could this be, just think about it: do your clients always “know” what they want you to write? Am I making myself clear? If so, read on…if not, please read this paragraph again!
Feb 07, 14
1. Take some time to brainstorm your Christian article topic.
Take a blank sheet of paper and list 10 topics that are related to the subject you want to write about. If you have a web site you are promoting, what are the top 10 reasons someone might be interested in your web site? What are the top 10 reasons someone might be interested in reading an article by you?
How to Write a Good Christian Article
2. Create a great headline for your Christian article.
The reader must be intrigued by your headline (or title) or they will not read your article. It is far better to write one article that has a good headline/title and gets read than to write 10 articles that have lousy titles.
Feb 05, 14
Have you wasted valuable time and money trying to promote your online business?
If you’ve spent hard-earned cash buying ads on ezines or on websites, you may have been disappointed with the results.
There’s a better way to advertise your business or website!
Article Writing is Your Key to Success
Article writing is for you if you want great benefits that don’t cost anything.
By submitting quality articles you’ll get lots of exposure and publicity — without a financial investment! You’ve probably realized by now that the internet is about information, so content brings visitors to your site. That’s a no-brainer!
Feb 03, 14
Wisdom can be found in the most unexpected places. Today, wisdom bubbled up from a pineapple under the sea. I suddenly realized that everything you’d want to know about writing articles for your website can be taught by SpongeBob SquarePants and his friends.
Article Writing Tips
When you write for your newsletter, blog, or website, which character are you most like?
Dec 13, 13
What is the Secondary Level?
After attending primary school for each child, based on his grades, performance and behavior in elementary school, issued a recommendation for the secondary schools. These correspond to different power levels and differ, for example in the teaching methods and the way of support for students. In addition, partially different degrees are acquired at secondary schools. At secondary schools the following level qualifications:
- The CSE (Class 9)
- The secondary school (Grade 10)
- The High school (Grade 10 – entitled if they have performed for upper secondary school at a high school)
- The curriculum in secondary schools
Dec 11, 13
The main Weapon is the Word
This principle of law enforcement service shows that social and communication skills are essential in this profession. Rambo, shoot fast and think slow have no chance. In the selection process suitability future police officers and policewomen must therefore demonstrate that they:
- speech and writing master,
- have a good general education,
- bring a high level of intellectual ability,
- concentrate and remember something can
- mentally and physically are fit and
- from the appearance and (social) behavior of her suit to the police profession.
Dec 09, 13
When young men and women, one wonders what they want to do once you get either three typical responses: “Something with people!” – “Something to do with animals!” – “Something with media!” In the police profession is all to have. Patrolman take care of people in need, police dog handler to the “colleagues” with good nose and media spokesman informed the public about the status of investigations.
How to Become a Police Officer
No wonder, then, that one in nine young people the police want a future employer. This is clear from the latest student barometer of the Berlin Trendence Institute, the results published by the magazine Focus School in the issue of August/September 2011.