The Real Reason For The Media Bubble

“Today, 73 percent of all internet publishing jobs are concentrated in either the Boston-New York-Washington-Richmond corridor or the West Coast crescent that runs from Seattle to San Diego and on to Phoenix. The Chicagoland area, a traditional media center, captures 5 percent of the jobs, with a paltry 22 percent going to the rest of the country. And almost all the real growth of internet publishing is happening outside the heartland, in just a few urban counties, all places that voted for Clinton.”

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How To Become The Best Writer You Can Be

It doesn’t matter if you’re a great writer, good writer, or self-loathing writer.

You can become a better writer.

I’ve written all kinds of stuff over the years — from Medium posts to business proposals, screenplays to wedding vows, and even a newsletter For The Interested.

What I’ve learned from these varied writing experiences is that our writing often improves when we break the writing process down into several distinct steps.

Each step requires its own skill set and separating them allows me to focus on what’s needed for each in that moment and has made my writing more simple, enjoyable, and effective.

Here’s an overview of the six steps I follow and how they can help you.

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