October 18, 2017

Quotes on web writing

What writers and others say

“We’ve all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually reproduce the entire works of Shakespeare. Now, thanks to the Internet, we know this is not true.”
— Anonymous



Quotes on web writing

“Writing for the web isn’t taking what you wrote in Word, hitting control-C and pasting it into a webpage.”
— Chris Williams, FedEx content manager
  • Writing For the Web and Mobile in Miami

    Writing for the mobile web: It’s not easy to get the word out on a 3.5-by-6.5-inch screen. In fact, reading your webpage on an iPhone can feel like reading War and Peace through a keyhole.

    Mami Writing For the Web and Mobile workshopAt Writing For the Web and Mobile — a two-day digital writing Master Class on Dec. 11-12 in Miami — you’ll learn to write webpages that draw mobile and desktop visitors to your site; help them read faster, remember more, understand better, find what they’re looking for and enjoy the experience enough to come back.

    • Organize your webpage using the temple structure. Designed for the web, it's the most effective way to help visitors find what they're looking for online.
    • Choose from 5 types of web leads that work. And learn 3 common approaches to avoid.
    • Tear down obstacles to reading your webpage by passing The Palm Test.
    • Get found and clicked. Help Google and humans figure out what your piece is about with 6 quick tricks.
    • Pass the 80/20 test. Put your key messages where readers will be 84% more likely to find them.

    Learn more about the Master Class.

    Register for Writing For the Web and Mobile Workshop in Miami.


    Browse all upcoming Master Classes.

    Would you like to hold an in-house Writing For the Web and Mobile workshop? Contact Ann directly.


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