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The Bloggers Guide to Effective Writing

By on Feb 13, 2010


Words aren’t my passion. Words are my soul’s way of breathing. – Ali Hale

Editor’s note:The following is a review of Ali Hale’s new eBook, The Bloggers Guide to Effective Writing.

Effective writing is a skill that can be learned. Sometimes knowing a few secrets can make the process of becoming a better writer that much easier; and faster. Ali Hale’s The Bloggers Guide to Effective Writing provides these secrets with plenty of practical advice along the way.

Who is Ali Hale anyway?

Ali is a monthly contributor for this blog. She is also a staff writer for several other major blogs (Dumb Little Man, The Change Blog and Diet Blog) and she writes for her own blog, AliVentures.

Over the past two years, Ali has written over 600 blog posts. Her straight-forward, but always warm style grabs the readers’ attention from her gripping headlines and keeps them interested all the way to her powerful conclusions. Ali has both the experience and talent to be a definitive resource in field of writing.

How will this eBook help me?

The Bloggers Guide to Effective Writing, provides value-rich information on how to write quality blog posts while reminding the reader there is an art to writing, too. The 82-page, 15-chapter eBook sells for $29.00. These 15 chapters will teach you the following strategies and writing techniques:

  • The foundations of writing effectiveness
  • How to come up with ideas that people actually care about
  • Blog content strategies specific to the experience level of the writer
  • Identification of the different types of blog posts
  • The structure of blog posts
  • How to find your unique style and voice

In addition, Ali is providing a bonus pack of blog templates with every eBook purchase. These templates serve as a useful guideline for structuring your blog posts. She has made these templates so convenient that all you need to do is copy and paste them into your text editor and then begin typing. Blog templates include:

  • List post
  • How-to post
  • Link post
  • Review post
  • Tips for creating your own templates

So, what’s the real low-down on this eBook?

I think Ali is a fantastic writer. Not only is her writing effective, but so is her ability to teach. Each chapter is packed with relevant examples and links to other blogs. These links provide a real-world context to a particular strategy.

The Bloggers Guide to Effective Writing also covers other aspects of a blog’s content – not just posts. The eBook addresses how to write an effective About page; crafting compelling call-to-actions, and the proper use of quotations, plus more.

Many readers of this blog are either bloggers themselves or folks considering starting a blog. No matter which side of the line you are on, Ali Hale’s new eBook will give you valuable insights into how to make your writing more effective.

After all, content is the currency of the blog world. By focusing on your content, the better chance you have of getting your blog to shine over the other million or so blogs out there. The Bloggers Guide to Effective Writing will give you the edge, the skill and the confidence to go from a mediocre writer and to an effective writer.

How do I buy it?

Click here to purchase your copy of The Bloggers Guide to Effective Writing for $29 and receive Templates for Your Post for free.

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  • Thanks Alex This is still an area I continue to master. I am originally from Philippines so English is my second language. Anyway Gigantic Thanks for the GREAT SHARE. I truly appreciate all the values you provide in your blog.
    I look forward to visit 😉

    Blissful Smiles,
    Therese Miu

  • @ Archan: All I can say is, “Amen.”

  • Archan Mehta

    Hey Alex:

    Great post. You are quite a good writer yourself.

    As you know, I have been a fan of Ali for a while now, having read her posts on several blogs. And I have been one of those regular readers. Ali is a prolific writer and one of the best in the business. Just read some of Ali’s posts…

    Anytime I read a post by Ali, well, let’s just say I feel like leaving a comment. Ali has also earned an English degree from one of the world’s best universities, Cambridge.

    Anybody who is keen on becoming a good writer/blogger/freelancer/entrepreneur/consultant, really ought to seize this opportunity to learn from Ali. Just my humble opinion. Ali has a lot to say and a lot to teach anybody interested in upgrading his/her skills.