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33 Beautiful Quotes to Inspire You to Believe in Yourself Again

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Check out these beautiful quotes we’ve put together to uplift you if you are in low spirits, and help you make those around you feel good and reassured again that everything will be okay, as well.

Elizabeth Gilbert: Success, Failure and the Drive to Keep Creating

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Elizabeth Gilbert was once an "unpublished diner waitress," devastated by rejection letters. And yet, in the wake of the huge success of her memoir 'Eat, Pray, Love,’ she found herself disoriented. With beautiful insight, Gilbert reflects on why success can be as disorienting as failure and offers an effective way to carry on, regardless of outcomes.

Online Video Surges, Publishers Clamor for Access to this Growing Revenue Stream

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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One of the biggest trend in digital right now is video. A report by online video advertising software company Mixpo says video advertising will grow to nearly $10 billion in 2016. Online publishers are clamoring to get access to this new and growing revenue stream.

15 Ways Millennials Are Using Technology

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Whether you’re a Millennial, hiring Millennials or trying to sell them a product or service, understanding the tech-based habits of this sizeable demographic can help boost your bottom line.

How Award-Winning Creatives Produce Nobel-Prize Type of Work

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight

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The misapplication of effort is a very serious matter. Just hard work is not enough - it must be applied sensibly to produce Nobel-Prize type of work; the kinds of things which people perceive are significant things.

Self-Motivation: The 5 Things I Do to Motivate Myself to Keep Writing Every Day

by Katherine Smithson | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Finding the motivation to write on a daily basis is no mean task. It can be quite rigorous and cause burnout. So, how do you shake things up a bit and motivate yourself to keep writing every day?

Microsoft Acquires LinkedIn: Here’s What it Means for Both Companies — And for You

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Microsoft recently created an online media shockwave when it announced that it is purchasing LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. But, what does this all mean for the two companies, and for you?
 

How to Overcome Writing Plateau Just by Tweaking Your Mindset

by Sarah Williams | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Our minds can be our best friends or our greatest enemies. And when we hit a writing plateau, they are often the latter. This is why it’s so important to make the mental adjustments necessary for moving forward with your work.

New Study Says Solutions Headlines Attract More Website Traffic

by Staff Writers | The Web Writer Spotlight

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There’s no substitute to writing valuable headlines. However, a new study has found that solution-oriented headlines outperform non-solutions headlines in generating more clicks for stories.

How Much Time Do You Allocate to Rewriting?

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight

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Writing is a skill that is quite common these days. But, not everybody can legitimately claim to be a skilled writer. The main difference between everyday writing that everybody does and serious writing that professionals do is the proportion that is re-writing.

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