Content Writing and Assembly

Content

Copywriting

Storytelling mixed with a bit of ad copy to sprinkle in affiliate links

** Hubspot Good Copywriting Practices ** | Content Writing 1
** Content Writing Process 1 ** | Upwork Content Writers Outsource
* 7 Types of Copywriters *
Content Copywriter vs Content Strategist | 7 Lessons Gary Halbert
** Well Storied ** | Word Choice
Summary: The 4 Different Styles of Writing

There are four main writing styles, and each has a different purpose:

1. Descriptive: to describe things
2. Expository: to give facts
3. Narrative: to tell a story
4. Persuasive: to convince the reader of something

If you’re struggling to figure out the writing style of a piece, ask yourself what its purpose is and why the author wants you to read it.

To develop your own writing style, you should:

Read widely Consider mixing styles Balance writing what you know and trying new things


Wikipedia Definition Copywriter

A Website content writer or web content writer is a person who specializes in providing relevant content for websites. Every website has a specific target audience and requires the most relevant content to attract business. Content should contain keywords (specific business-related terms, which internet users might use in order to search for services or products) aimed towards improving a website's SEO. Generally, a website content writer who has got this knowledge of SEO is also referred to as an SEO Content Writer.


Story Telling

Medium Art of Storytelling |
Storytelling Characters
8 Storytelling Writing Tips

Writing Styles

** Types of Writing Styles ** |

Content Curation Resources
** Pymnts Business News Source For Article Ideas and Content **
** Content Marketing Machine **
Curata
** Content MArketing Institute How to Curate **
** Brafton Curated Content Examples **

YouTube Favorites for Writing Content

* Zulie Rane *
** Content Production Machine Good One Notion and Roam **
Grammarly and Improving Upon Writing Skills
Grammarly How to Improve Writing Skills
Grammarly Help Tips and Tricks
Grammarly Words You No Longer Need
** Grammarly Blog **

Medium | Five Paragraph Structure

Ginger Software

** Ginger Software Grammar Rules ** | Ginger Software Adverb
PASO Copywriting formula

Let’s see PASO in action

For an imaginary holiday website

PROBLEM: Finding the perfect hotel can be stressful. Almost too stressful to bother.

AGITATE: Hunting down all your options, working out how far away the local hotspots are and reading reviews from other ‘guests’. Then, of course, there is the price.

And all within your lunch hour? Impossible!

SOLVE: Not impossible. Awesomehotels.com makes finding the best hotel deals quick and easy. We compare hundreds of travel sites for you so you get the best hotel deal available. And all faster than you can say “ham, cheese and pickle on rye”.

ADDED OUTCOME: In just a few clicks, you’ll have your ideal accommodation secured – at the best price – leaving you free to daydream about how to treat yourself with the money you just saved.

“I was overwhelmed by hotel choices and the prices seemed to differ on each website. Awesomehotels.com did all the hard work of searching online and they really did have the cheapest prices!” Lara Taker, Holiday Maker.

Storytelling copy Everyone loves a good story.
We like hearing about people — especially interesting people. People who’ve suffered challenges we can relate to, and can tell us how they overcame those challenges.
And the moral of the story, coincidentally, is that your product was the catalyst to overcoming those odds.

You might find this storytelling technique in an email series, a landing page, or a short video. Whatever the format, you’ll get four basic traits in the story:

Opening: Introduce the pain. Show how the character of the story had a normal life, then how that life was shattered by a change of events.

Conflict: How is the life of the main character threatened if he or she does not respond to the problem? What does her journey look like as she tackles this challenge?

Dialogue: People are drawn to conversations in a story. It’s human interest at its root: two people talking to each other. We are also drawn to dialogue because it’s easy to read. “Our eyes flow over dialogue like butter on the hood of a hot car,” says novelist Chuck Wendig.

Solution: Finally, your product is introduced as the cure for your character’s problem. You increase the credibility of your product by sharing specific results (347% increase in conversion, for example). Your story doesn’t have to be dramatic. It just has to be interesting to your target audience. And this is where good research comes in.


Emotional and Powerful Words for Headlines and Writing

** Writers Cookbook Characters **
Writers Cookbook
Emotional Words for Headlines
** Writers Write Emotional Words **
Power Words

Blogging Ideas

** Blog Ideas for Foodies ** | ** Food Bloggers of Canada **
Food Blogger 50 Story Ideas | Food Truck Blogging Ideas
** Restaurant Blogging Ideas | ** Restaurant Blogging and Newsletter Ideas **
** Michelin Star Restaurant Blogging Ideas | Square Space Restaurant Websites Ideas

LinkedIn Posting

LinkedIn Ads

** Ignite Visibility **

Includes Campaign Ideas, Offer industry news, Share information from other sources, Repurpose your own content, Use rich media, Focus on storytelling

Writing Tips, Tricks and Rules

** Self Publishing Writing Styles ** | Improve Writing Skills | Contractions
** YouTube Channel English with Lucy **

A contraction is a word or phrase that has been shortened by dropping one or more letters. In writing, an apostrophe is used to indicate the place of the missing letters. Contractions are commonly used in speech (or written dialogue), informal forms of writing, and where space is at a premium, such as in advertising.
In very formal writing, such as academic papers, grant proposals, or other works that need to appear professional, you may not want to use contractions at all.

First Person Narrative

Best of YouTube Writing and Blogs

Zulie Rane How to Write a Successful Medium Blog Post

Medium

** Zulie Rane Articles ** | Medium Topics

Medium Submission Guidelines

Submission Guidelines

How to Write a Book Review

** Book Review **

Good Advise

** Kathryn Aragon Write Better Content **

Your Source for Content Strategy, Story-Based Marketing, and Success

Content Citation

** Proper Citation ** | Hubspot Usage Guidelines