Novelty Revisions


You have been told time and again that writing for a specific audience is the key to writing content that resonates with a certain group of people. But what happens when you want to write about something no one else wants to read about?

Here’s the truth: SOMEONE wants to read about it. They just haven’t found you yet.

Do you ever feel like you can never seem to produce content people actually care about? Does that ever affect what you write about, or how often you write? Let’s take a closer look at how much ‘writing to please’ really doesn’t matter like you thought it does.

What do people want?

Even I am guilty of still asking this question, so don’t feel embarrassed for scratching your head when this comes up. My involvement with the Internet  Creator’s Guild has completely changed my perspective in the past few months, however…

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