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Monday, July 9, 2012

Combating Writer’s Block: 6 Tips to Get You Rolling - InboundWriter

When you suffer that inevitable writer's block, the World Wide Web is filled with new and old articles, blogs and websites with advice on how to handle it. Just do a search and you'll find that advice, some useful, some not. The effectiveness of each idea depends on your receptiveness to it, your particular situation and many other factors.

This website is the latest to cross my threshold of email alerts on this topic.

Here's a summary of the blog:
1. Study your competition ...
By remaining informed about the current trends and topics being discussed in the online community, writers can ensure the freshness and relevance of their own entries and hone their creative process to produce the desired results online.
2. Expand your horizons ...
In-depth online research can also provide new angles on the same old subjects and provide you with insight into the current trends in your particular field of interest.
3. Add a personal touch ...
Sharing a personal anecdote can also be an excellent way to restart the creative process and get back to your regular writing schedule more quickly.
4. Establish a pattern ...
By associating your creative process with a particular area and time, you can more easily establish the writing habit and ensure your ability to stick to it.
5. Analyze your market ...
By tailoring your writing to meet the needs of readers, you can often achieve better results and increase your popularity with the audience that matters most.
6. Augmenting the creative process
Writers should also consider services that provide added analytical information and trend data in their field of interest. These innovative services can often provide valuable general information and may suggest new ideas, topics and subjects for your writing. ...
Some other websites with advice on this topic are listed in Writing Process section of Garbl's Writing Resources Online.

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