Secret Sauce of Great Writing Teaching How To Make Your Blogs, Books, & Business Writing Sparkle by an Ex-Wall Street Journal Editor
Shani will expose you to the essential four components of outstanding writing in this course:
You’ll be able to apply this “secret sauce” to your own writing in as little as an hour, giving you a significant advantage over other authors in your field or sector.
The magic recipe
Simpleness, clarity, and elegance—the first three components of the secret sauce—make your writing punchy, crisp, and elegant, respectively.
The fourth element that makes your writing stimulating is evocativeness.
When you combine those four elements in one writing project, the result will be genuinely exceptional.
In fact, Shani has been editing articles that are frequently consumed by millions of people around the world for many years using this precise formula.
Maybe you’ve always believed that your work isn’t strong enough to be read or have an impact. Perhaps you’ve had trouble coming up with ideas for how to make it better or even knowing where to start.
Not to worry.
The writing strategies used by top editors will be made clear in this course’s well-organized and simple-to-follow format.
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What you’ll discover
Former Wall Street Journal editor Shani Raja will teach you the four components of effective writing in this course: simplicity, clarity, elegance, and evocativeness. Your writing will almost likely start to stand out from that of others in your field, profession, or industry after you learn how to incorporate those components deftly.
By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of how skilled writers produce strong and lovely prose. As a result, you’ll be able to see flaws in your writing right away and know, in general, how to correct and significantly improve it.
Exist any prerequisites or course requirements?
using a computer to practice writing and editing
Who should take this course:
Professionals who want to improve their writing abilities to further their professions or corporations who want to improve their corporate communications will be interested in the course.
Writers of blogs, books, and business articles who seek to polish and professionalize their sentences
marketers, public relations specialists, and other copywriters