The #1 Reason People Aren’t Reading Your Writing (& How to Fix it!)

The #1 Reason People Aren’t Reading Your Writing (& How to Fix it!)

So you’re having trouble getting people to read what you’ve written?

Bummer.

But unless you’re J.K. Rowling and you’re publishing another Harry Potter novel, every writer ever has to deal with this problem on a regular basis. Not only do you have to get people to want to read your books though; you also have to make people be willing to pay money for them. And that’s a challenging feat.

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3 Ways New Bloggers can Grow a Meaningful Social Media Following

3 Ways New Bloggers can Grow a Meaningful Social Media Following

Happy Wednesday, bloggers! If you’re here, it’s probably because you’re a) new to the blogging scene, or b) looking for some new strategies to increase your social media presence. Either way, you’ve come to the right place!

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11 Must-Have Features of Every Professional Blog

11 Must-Have Features of Every Professional Blog

Hi guys!

I have been blogging for years now (not always on this specific site—but nonetheless), and I’ve learned a thing or two about what sells, and what totally doesn’t. And because I think we can all be successful in the blogging world, I’d love to share my findings with you!

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How Meeting Hundreds of International Students Changed my Worldview

How Meeting Hundreds of International Students Changed my Worldview

Last weekend, several SU students (including myself) were blessed with the opportunity to attend James Madison University and Eastern Mennonite University’s International Student Leadership Conference (ISLC) at JMU. I had a great time meeting new people, eating amazing food, and staying up watching cheesy old movies with a close gal pal – but more than that, the experience was completely eye-opening for me.

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