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Now I give you some tips for increasing your writing skills-

 

1. Fast targets your audience 

2. Get to the point

3. Summarize 

4. Be brief 

5. Readability 

6. Use image, chart or diagram or multimedia

7. No grammatical errors

 

And last of all clear conclusions.   

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Hello everyone!

I've been lurking around the this forum lately without having posted anything really useful for an awful long time so I decided to make this thread and give back something to this great community. 

Here are 7 important tips to becoming better writer :

1. Don't correct your grammar/spelling until you're done writing. I've noticed that stopping everytime you commit a mistake slows down the entire process. Just let the words flow and worry about the spelling at the end.

2. Reading a lot is another very important factor which many writers, including myself, characterize as an important asset in the process of becoming a better writer.

Even when you're a good writer you should still try and read a lot, because as we all know, knowledge is unlimited.

3. Some more complex articles, press releases, books may need some planning beforehand. It's usually quite obvious when you're going to have to need a plan to make the writing process easier later on.

The plan should usually consist of writing a draft with some subtitles and keywords of which the article will later be formed of.

4. Turn off anything in your environment that distracts you, including your phone or at least put it away for 30 minutes minimum. If you can't find a quiet place without distractions try going to the local library, your office or a peaceful park.

5. Try to avoid using the same words over and over again. Use as many synonyms as possible without making the article look too difficult to read for the average reader. A great website to find synonyms is thesaurus.com (I've personally used it and I know a few others that have).

6. Identify the needs of your readership and get yo know your audience. What do your readers need/want to know? How does your own knowledge matchup against the information they need? This will be the easiest way for you to find a topic to write about. You can also extensively research information that you don’t know, so don’t be deterred by that.

7. Find reliable sources. Now that you know what to look for, research your topic. You can use the internet, conduct interviews, a library, watch documentaries, or whatever you feel is appropriate to teach you everything you need to know about your topic. (This is especially for long-term project such as eBooks or if you´re building a website about a certain topic)

I hope I helped at least some of you out there that are struggling with writing.

Best wishes

Thanks for useful tips. All I do every day.))

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I read in somewhere that * If there is a certain pen that makes you feel more like a writer, then go get it. A certain notebook. Whatever makes you feel more like a writer will help you. Confidence is such a powerful driver to writing. If you happen to be in a steady state when you’re feeling confident the way that you write is different.* 

and also  don’t think you could become a good writer unless you spend a lot of time immersed in text allowing you to soak up thousands of idioms and constructions and figures of speech and interesting words, to develop a sense of writing at its best. 

 

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I read in somewhere that * If there is a certain pen that makes you feel more like a writer, then go get it. A certain notebook. Whatever makes you feel more like a writer will help you. Confidence is such a powerful driver to writing. If you happen to be in a steady state when you’re feeling confident the way that you write is different.* 

and also  don’t think you could become a good writer unless you spend a lot of time immersed in text allowing you to soak up thousands of idioms and constructions and figures of speech and interesting words, to develop a sense of writing at its best. 

 

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Those articles were onpoint thanks for the share.  

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Great tips. I love most # 1 tips as well as Try to avoid using the same words great tis. . those who able to avid using same words, they are vert good writer I feel. Thanks for useful tips.

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I especially agree with #1: it's really easy to forget what you were writing if you try to check your grammar along the way.

And some of the other tips are also something I've eventually discovered when writing material, but thanks for the others - have something to think about now

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