Web Words

1. It is Overwhelming

“In the simplest terms, like rhetoric, the purpose of digital rhetoric is to ‘persuade, inform, and move’ readers” –David Blakesley, Writing: A Manual in the Digital Age

2. Cultivate Words that Really Work: Cut the Words that Really Don’t

Connect Keywords to Your Niche

3. The Best Ways to Rise Above – Use Phrasing the Puts-Out

“We live in exponential or rapidly changing times and as digital producers must learn to function in this multi-modal information tsunami.” –Lisa M. Russell 
  • If you are new to this web/blog writing thing – here’s help!

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Scribe

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Lynda.com

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Amazon Digital Writing Books

Here is my collection of books that help me to write better online. Some are more academic than others but most are useful and practical.