Every Writing Advice You Ever Got
And what it really means…
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This is what you see
This is what you should read
Choose a catchy title
You’ve got 3 seconds to make your pitch. Go!
Use pictures to boost your post
This will take 1 second off your 3-second pitch. Trust me, there is no better way for that second to die.
I made 10000000000$ on Medium last month
I will make another 100 off your reading this.
Anybody can write
Come to me thou wretched rag, ye shall be lead to riches.
Provide useful information
Please don’t turn this into Facebook, I love this place.
Keep it short
Do not do unto others what you don’t want done unto you.
Do not write for money
Do not, I repeat, DO NOT quit your day job. Expect like 47 cents on an average.
Choose a suitable publication
Do you have 1000000 friends? No? didn’t think so. They do.
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Although other posts might tell you…
This is NOT one of the other posts. This is the Truth. I cannot stress this enough. (So did all the other posts, but THIS is the one)
Write for what you really care about
People on the internet have subconscious hogwash detectors. #Truestory.
No, write for your audience
Is there a non-hogwash topic that you love and people love too? That’s the sweet spot.
Of course, you love your family, you love your job and you have a great body. There is Instagram for this. Add to it a tad bit of honesty, and BAM, great blog post!
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Make your presence known on the platform
I learned this on instagram. I’m going to spread it on Medium. Like for Like, Follow for Follow is the unspoken truth (I mean, it might work!)
What writers can learn from house-elves and Burger-King
That title is not on me. You wouldn’t have clicked otherwise.
Although my country is not a part of the Partner Program…
At this point, I’m talking to the Medium guys, you just move on to #5 in the 8 things that was going to make you a good writer.
This article was originally published Sruthi Korlakunta on medium.
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