Articles I found useful that can support your journey as a writer. I often come back to these and reflect.
- How I Made $11,000 From Writing in 30 Days
- How I Went From Making $11,000 to $25,000 in a Month From Writing
- A Transparent Look at My Writing Schedule That Produced 30M Views, as Inspiration for Your Own
- How I Write a Stupid Amount of New Content, Effortlessly
- If I Was Starting out as a Blogger From Scratch, These Are the Resources and Tools I’d Use
Well-thought-out email structure
This “YouShouldKnow” shared by u/the-lah on reddit outlines the best way to convey what is essential when writing an email. I’ve pasted it below in its entirety. — CD
Dear Person I am Writing To,
This is an optional sentence introducing who I am and work for, included if the addressee has never corresponded with me before. The second optional sentence reminds the person where we met, if relevant. This sentence states the purpose of the email.
This optional paragraph describes in more detail what’s needed. This sentence discusses relevant information like how soon an answer is needed, what kind of answer is needed, and any information that the other person might find useful. If there’s a lot of information, it’s a good idea to separate this paragraph into two or three paragraphs to avoid having a Wall of Text.
If a description paragraph was used, close with a restatement of the initial request, in case the addressee ignored the opening paragraph.
This sentence is just a platitude (usually thanking them for their time) because people think I am standoffish, unreasonably demanding, or cold if it’s not included.
Closing salutation, Signature