Posts tagged Writing Tips
5 Mistakes You're Making With Your Words On Images

Putting interesting quotes, powerful text, and motivating blurbs on gorgeous images is HUGE in social media. As I've detailed in my ebook, posts on any platform WITH an image elicit a much larger response than posts without. Just think about the social media culture of memes and videos. Also think about your own behavior as your scroll quickly through a newsfeed. Images make you stop and take notice, and with the help of free services like Canva, it's easier than ever to put text on images and make it more engaging for your audience.

Unfortunately, however, there are common mistakes floating around that cause your followers to squint and run versus draw them in. So in this post I want to address those mistakes head on and give you ways to FIX IT. Because putting your words on images is too powerful not to get right.

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Social Media Advice for Writers with Helene Kwong

Hi Helene! Tell us a little bit about yourself and your business, Hashtagitude. 

Hi, I am Helene Kwong and I'm the CEO and Founder of Hashtagitude. I grew up fascinated with the internet and social communities, and am an early adopter of the major social networks: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Google+. I have fast thumbs and can out-tweet many other professionals in the industry. I love helping businesses grow their social media presence with my unique and effective strategies.

 

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5 Ways to Find Inspiration to Write

Writing is a lot like designing when it comes to the inspiration that fuels it. We have those ah-ha moments and creative ideas that compel us to sit and WRITE (or design)! It's difficult to create outside of the scope of inspiration, and sometimes we have to actively seek inspiration in order to be able to do what we do.

So today I want to share with you a short list of things that inspire me as well as hear FROM YOU! It's never easy, but these are my starting points that usually get the brain going.

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