RE: #SharkSchool Lesson 1: How To Find Your Voice As A Writer
I know I am an asshole sometimes, but I speak what I believe, not cloaking my feelings in appreciation. I am sorry if I offend you in any way.
It was quite an interesting story, but a bit too much elaborated I think, that's why I had to skim in between a little.
I read your article to find out my voice as a writer, and there was only one thing that was useful, write a lot.
There are a few things that I have figured out, they helped me become a better writer, maybe they will help more people here too.
- Read a lot of books, blogs.
- Write a lot.
- Find your passion in writing, what you love to write about.
- Start reading books and blogs related to it.
- Make your own opinion about the niche, but understand things through others who have experience in that niche.
- Improve your writing skills by following some good sites like copyblogger.com
- Understand how your audience reacts to your stuff, it takes a long journey to build your audience.
- Make substantial changes in your writing techniques so that it is easy and interesting to read your work.
- The more you think, the easier it will be to ink. The more you think about how you will write your post, and the post idea, the easier it will be to write.
- Platforms may change, things will always change, "Skills always remains."
Nobody paid me to write such an elaborate reply too, but I believe that if you want to help someone, help with all your potential, cut the cheesy talk.