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Seven Advanced Writing Techniques to Make Your Blog a Smashing Success [Visual Sketchnotes]

by Erik Deckers  |  
October 18, 2013

We're told "write good content," but does anyone actually tell us how to do it?

My "7 Advanced Writing Secrets" presentation at the MarketingProfs B2B Forum pulled advice from such notable literary figures as Hunter S. Thompson and Ernest Hemingway, and notable entertainment figures like Stephen Fry and Tom Waits, to explain what good content actually is---and how to write it.

A picture may be worth a thousand words, but seven writing secrets are worth some doodles. MarketingProfs' Veronica Jarski attended my presentation and created some wonderful doodles of my presentation, which you can see below. Just like musicians who get to see their music turned into art, it was a neat experience to see my words turned into their own art.

If you have more time, here is the presentation deck from my talk.

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Erik Deckers is a business owner, professional blogger, speaker, humor writer, and co-author of Branding Yourself, No Bullshit Social Media and The Owned Media Doctrine.

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  • by Nancy Wiser Fri Oct 18, 2013 via blog

    Love this. It's the best writing advice I've seen in years. Fun. Deep. Real.

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