Save Time. Write Better.
      Volume 13, Number 44 Issue #194                                                             ISSN: 1933-9690

Welcome, fellow writer!

In each issue of Word Wise, you get writing tips to help you save time and write better.

Recipes are terrific content to share during the holiday season - both online, in print, and one-on-one. Are you writing yours accurately and clearly? Use today's feature to guide you.    Let me know  what you think of this tip !
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21 Copywriting Hacks
How can you know that your draft works?
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Maybe you read through your draft and looking for places wher e y ou can give it a few tweaks, but you're jus t not sure what to do next.
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These proven hacks give you  a checklist you can use to improve the three core elements of any copywriting... the Headline, the Body Text and the Call To Action. Using a formal checklist gives you the edge you need to consistently deliver results.
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FEATURE: Quick Recipe Writing Tips to Use in Your Content

Recipe Writing Tips
Recipes are excellent content to share on your blog, in your newsletter, on your website - and of course, one-on-one with family and friends around the kitchen table.

These recipe writing tips are especially useful during the holidays. (Admit it: Cousin Marge has been begging you for your cranberry pecan pie recipe for years.)

Your readers love personal recipes, too.

A clearly-written recipe has 4 parts ...

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More Quick Tips for Writing Clear Content
Quick Tip: Start a Sentence with a Subject 6 Tips to Keep Your Writing Simple and Clean Tip for Writing Clearly: Put "Only" In Its Right Place Write Better Descriptions When You Ditch These 2 Words
A Wise Word

Get other words of wisdom about writing  here.
That's it for now. See you next time.

Remember ... words matter. Use them wisely!


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