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Improve Your Writing Confidence

By Edited Jun 24, 2014 5 4

Don't Let a Lack of Writing Confidence Kill Your Dreams


Writing Confidence

Learning about making money online and internet marketing is an exciting and motivating experience. Seeing other people's income reports can make you eager to get started, but nothing will turn that off as much as a lack of confidence in your writing ability. It seems that no matter which area of online income you pursue, there is some form of writing along the way, whether it be blogging, blacklinking, article submission, commenting, posting on forums, social networking, or whatever other form of communication arrives. Many people researching the internet marketing world are people who are already comfortable on the internet and with computers, they know that they can make the basic idea work, but do not know where to even begin on the content.

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Here are some tips to help you overcome your lack of confidence in writing ability.


Keep Your Sentences and Paragraphs Short. If you have not noticed by now, the attention span of the world is shrinking. There is so much content on the internet that the average consumer will not stay on the page if it does not get to the point and fast.


Don't Use Big Words. If your reader does not understand what the point that you are trying to make is, they will not be interested in reading any further. You are not writing academic textbooks, filling the page with big words does not show how smart you are or that you are a better writer. It is insulting to your reader if they are not able to understand a concept because you made it harder.


Think About How You Read Articles. Odds are that this is not the first web page that you are reading. Studying your habits will give you hints and clues that you can add to your writing and make it easier for your reader to comprehend what you are trying to say. Everyone can relate to the example of looking something up on Wikipedia and finding themselves 18 pages later on a completely unrelated topic. This is an example of how well contextual links work for moving people through your content.


Read Up On Some Basic Grammar. Spell check will save you from most of the spelling errors you might make, but grammar is hard to catch. Most of it can be broken down into a few simple rules that you can remember


Ask for Feedback. One mistake many people make is being nervous to ask for feedback, particularly from people they know in their everyday life. You will usually be surprised to see that your friends and family are supportive and impressed by your writing, and willing to give you feedback to help you improve further.


Practice, Practice, Practice. None of the best writers got there overnight. Just like sports or any skill, you will get better with practice. You will tweak things, get into a flow, and before you know it, you are a great writer pumping out content on your way to internet success.

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Most people who are not in school are not writing every day, and many have not gotten feedback or sat down to write anything for years. If you follow these tips you will be able to continually improve your writing, build confidence, and hopefully make truckloads of money. The best part of all of this is that it is an activity that you really can enjoy doing when you are more comfortable doing it. Writing can be a peaceful, alone time where you may express your thoughts and at the end, you will have something to show for it.



Feb 8, 2012 10:50pm
Nice work, Meggie!

Practice is key for sure. I say write as much as you can and keep going without letting the inner critic tear it apart.

"Write or Die" is a good web-based app that forces volume out of you.
May 1, 2012 10:14am
Good points! I need to apply - short sentences and paragraphs. Thanks for the tips.
Jan 2, 2013 12:01am
Writing online is still scary to me, especially in English! (I'm Dutch...) Good tips, thanks.
Jan 5, 2013 8:07pm
I write an awful lot (not here on IB too much, though) and I always remind myself "Just do it."
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