This post has a story about realizing the truth about being productive. I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with being productive. Personal productivity is something I’m known for. People come to me all the time for advice on how to get more stuff done because they see what I do and are impressed. Well, if […]
What is a Frankenedit? This is a term I’ve been using since before 2010, and it’s an easy way to picture a terrible thing some authors create. Think of Dr. Frankenstein’s Monster, a creature that was pieced together from several different dead bodies and “brought to life” by a scientist. Now apply that to the […]
Blog Post Style Guide A blog post style guide will help you construct your posts efficiently and effectively. Put the keyword phrase as close to the beginning of the post as possible, as I did here. When the title, the meta description, and the beginning of the post all match, it helps the search engine […]
The They Ask You Answer approach to doing business is something that resonates with me. I’ve always believed that the guarded, competitive, cutthroat approach that many people believe is “the way” is not the way at all, in business or anywhere else in life. Why be like that? Okay, sure, there are some jerks in […]
The content clock method for planning content is something I sketched out when I was planning and organizing a year’s worth of guest blog posts I’m writing to place on DesireJesus.com. As far as I can tell, I invented the method. Here it is. Please use it if it helps you. What is a content […]
Two ways to niche The concept that there is more than one way to niche throws some people. I’ve discovered two ways to niche (there may be more) and would like to share them with you. Horizontal niching is offering something to a wide variety of people. Shallow horizontal niching is offering one very specific […]
This book won’t win any awards for Best Actor or Best Animated Short Film, but it will help you figure out how to use punctuation properly in your writing. Just click the image to find out what you need to know to decide whether or not you want to invest a few dollars so you […]
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Project Management for Writers by Terry Stafford is the book that authors and aspiring writers everywhere need, whether they’ve been aware of that fact or not. Writing a book is quite an undertaking. There are several stages that each have multiple steps in them. Most book projects also have more than one person involved in […]