How do You Write a Better Blog?
July 28, 2016 By Darren Rowse
We’re very excited to announce that Emily Toxward, a published writer for nearly 20 years, former journo, author of over 2,000 blog posts and owner of a professional writing business will answer exactly that question at ProBlogger Event 2016. If you want your blog to read better, writing engaging content that hits the mark every time, or if you want to boost your chances of having your work published you should add Emily’s session “How to Write a Better Blog” to your schedule.
Emily Toxward takes the place of Allison Tait, who unfortunately can’t make it to PBEVENT. Emily joins Ed Dale in our speaking lineup focused on writing. He delivers a copywriting session called “Writing To Convert, Convince And Coax“.
A published writer for nearly 20 years, former journo Emily Toxward cut her teeth on a daily paper in NZ and can turn her hand to any style of writing. She’s a whiz at using words to pack a punch and writes for various online and print publications. With almost 2000 blog posts under her belt Emily’s never without an idea or something to say on her podcast Two Chatty Chicks. The owner of Write Styling is passionate about crafting words and helps businesses create a formidable online presence. When she’s not wrangling her three children, Emily escapes to the beach for inspiration and sanity.
Tools, Tactics & Techniques Session
How to Write a Better Blog
Being able to write in a way that has readers begging for more is not as complicated as you might think. At the heart of every successful blog is great content, and in this session you’ll learn writing tips and tricks to help you consistently serve your readers easy-to-digest and engaging posts.
- Style and structure tricks to improve the readability of your posts
- How to write engaging content that hits the mark every time
- What makes an irresistible headline
- 7 things that will help you streamline the writing process
- What makes good blog fodder and how to repurpose content
- How to unlock and develop your unique writing style
Bonus for freelance writers: How to boost your chances of having your work published