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Ep. 080 // Writing Methods for Bloggers with Debra Franke

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Do you ever sit down to write a blog post, or batch out some blog posts and get writer's block? Or, have you ever felt like you're "not a good writer" or aren't able to convey what you've got in your head into beautiful words on the screen?

Well, tune in, because we have Debra Franke on this week's podcast who's going to share 3 different writing methods that will take your blog to the next level!

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Highlights of Episode 080:

  • Niching your blog & writing down so you can engage your audience
  • What happened once Debra niched down
  • 3 different types of writing methods Debra created
    • 5-Senses Image Writing: Painting a picture for your audience
    • Reflective Writing
    • The story within the story
  • Debra's perspective & experience of being in the Thrive Tribe
    • Community & growth

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Memorable Quotes:

"Since I've joined the Thrive Tribe, I've felt so connected to so many bloggers. I've learned so much from [Bree] through coaching sessions and from other bloggers. It's been amazing to have people around me who are also blogging and having website & social media initiatives that I can feel less alone in my journey and feel like I'm a part of something bigger. Knowing that others are out there doing the same & it really encourages me to keep going...It's really opened up the entire blogging world for me."
"No matter what your niche is, you have to know who you're speaking to so you know how to best serve them. If you don't have that component, growth is going to be so much more challenging."
"If you know your audience well, it's easier to figure out what their questions are...Now that I've niched down, it's easier to know what questions I'm answering."
"What is the thing in you that connected most with the topic [you're writing about] so that your passion comes through when you write about it."
"When I'm writing in a journal, I'm writing to myself. So it takes off the pressure and the fear that I'm writing for a big audience out there that I can't see."

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