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10 Tips on Writing Well from David Ogilvy. By Maria Popova “Never write more than two pages on any subject.”

10 Tips on Writing Well from David Ogilvy

The better you write, the higher you go in Ogilvy & Mather. People who think well, write well.Woolly minded people write woolly memos, woolly letters and woolly speeches.Good writing is not a natural gift. You have to learn to write well. Here are 10 hints:Read the Roman-Raphaelson book on writing. How to Return to Writing After a Long Break. Hello!

How to Return to Writing After a Long Break

I am back, after what I realized was my first extended blog break in five years. Five years! My how the time flies. I haven't been idle this past month as I have been hard at work finishing Wonderbar #3, but it still feels a bit strange to be getting back to the blog game. How to Write a Professional Biography for a College Student. How to Write A Bio- Tips for Building Your Personal Brand. How to Write a Bio Don’t know how to write a bio on yourself?

How to Write A Bio- Tips for Building Your Personal Brand

You’re not alone. Bio writing is difficult, it forces you to prioritize what’s most important about you. Write Better, Get Published, Be Creative. Writing better articles. This page sets out advice on how to write an effective article, including information on layout, style, and how to make an article clear, precise and relevant to the reader.

Writing better articles

You can post questions about English grammar and usage at Wikipedia's language and grammar desk.If you want to peruse some of Wikipedia's finest articles, have a look at Wikipedia:Featured articles.For information on how to cite sources, see Wikipedia:Citing sources.For our guidelines on style, see the Wikipedia:Manual of Style and its subsidiary pages, listed in the template to the right.To learn about markup in Wikipedia articles, see Wikipedia:How to edit a page.To learn about lists, disambiguation pages, and images, see Wikipedia:Lists, Wikipedia:Disambiguation and Wikipedia:Picture tutorial. Layout Layout matters. Good articles start with introductions, continue with a clear structure, and end with standard appendices such as references and related articles.