Five Pages Every Web Content Writer Should Bookmark

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content-is-kingWhile web content writers would like to think that they don't need any help, they do. Everyone does. It doesn't matter what profession you're in, there is always room to improve your skills and knowledge. One of the best ways to learn more about your craft is to invest some time in valuable websites.

As a web content writer, there are plenty of websites out there that can be extremely useful and beneficial to your career. The following are five websites every web content writer needs to bookmark and use.

1. Daily Writing Tips

Daily Writing Tips is a website dedicated to writers of all mediums, but it can be a great asset to web content writers. Every day, this page is updated with new writing tips to keep in mind to help you create the best possible content or to remind you of easy ways to remember grammatical rules. Sure, you may come across a few tips you already know, but there will be plenty of tips that will greatly benefit you and your writing.

2. LinkedIn—Content Writing

LinkedIn is a great website that provides a great deal of professional connections and industry-related information from other professionals and organizations. LinkedIn has its own Content Writing page where you can connect with other content writers and join groups related to content writers. This can help you make a name for yourself as a professional content writer or meet others where you can share tips and ideas.

3. Writer's Digest

Writer's Digest is dedicated to all types of writers, but the information on this site is extremely beneficial to web content writers. The site is full of information on a wide variety of topics. You can read articles submitted by other writers or other writing professionals, or you can even peruse the Writer's Digest magazine or even check out writing competitions or conferences. There's also a community section where you can communicate and build relationships with other members.

4. Nielsen Norman Group

The Nielsen Norman Group website is chock-full of articles you can use that will help you learn how to write for the web. This site has performed research on how web visitors use websites in order to determine the best possible way for web content writers to convey their message successfully to their audience. There are a variety of articles and online books to read, so make sure to add this site to your bookmarks.

5. Usability.gov

Usability.gov is a website mostly dedicated to helping you create your own website, but there is plenty of valuable information on the site for web content writers. On this site, you can learn how to develop your own website content strategy and how to write so that your readers can more easily scan your work to find the information they're looking for. While this site is not inundated with information, it's still a valuable asset to remind you of the basics when it comes to writing for the web.

Bonus Bookmark!

If your writing budget does not permit the hiring of an editor you may want to consider using Grammarly grammar checker as your second set of eyes. I can’t tell you the number of times that proximity and repetition has resulted in editing blindness on my part.

Tracie Landers is a freelance writer living in Denton Texas, she is available for hire as a technical writer and feature writer for corporate blogs.

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