Last updated on September 9th, 2014 at 10:40 pm
Keep it Simple, Stupid (or Silly, if you’re still in grade school…)
How to improve the content of what you write? It’s such an elusive question. As you’ve all seen in action, I’m not much of one to write short posts on a topic—I tend to try and get as much information in a post as possible to make sure that I haven’t missed anything. Yet, books like PROBLOGGER and how-to sites advise giving readers short morsels to consume quickly. Some friends say they relish my fulsome entries, other say it takes a lot of effort to get through them. What do you guys think?
I’d love to see what the outcome is here—while one writes a message to get a point across, the messenger is also always trying to make sure it is heard by as many as possible. If I’m doing something that’s preventing that, it’s better for me to know about it!
It’s not enough to be good at what you do—in this day and age, one must be REMARKABLE.
In other news:
- The contest for 1 of 3 vouchers for East Side Mario’s is still happenin’ on my other blog
- I’m in a contest to name a cocktail – I’m in it to win it just for the sake of victory, to be honest—help me out! (Vote TRIUSCOVERY!)
- Finally finished PROBLOGGER. I feel like I’ve learned something. Okay, several things. Time to put them into practice!
Alright, guys—let me know your thoughts and I hope to see you tomorrow!
Have an awesome one,