Here are five ideas -- including some for you right-brainers out there -- to liven things up and renew your commitment to building your thought leadership online.
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If you've heard it once, you've heard it dozens of times. As an author, you need to blog. It sounds simple enough. At first. But then the questions begin piling up.
Long ago I read that the acid test of a poet was to write a sonnet. Like a sonnet, there is nothing harder to write than a technical manual.
In the end a writer who doesn't know the grunt mechanics of punctuation, grammar, and syntax is like the professional sniper who's never fired a gun: something's gone hinky somewhere.
The Elements of Style is a masterpiece on the art of writing well, and it's a surprisingly quick read. Seriously, this rhetoric rulebook is so slim, it'll fit in the pocket of your hoodie.
These days, it seems everyone from the UPS man to your mother-in-law is a blogger. At last count, the blog search engine Technorati.com shows nearly ...
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