You’re a web writer. You use software to browse the Internet, to write documents, to share documents, to store notes, to track time. Here you can learn about the best software options to meet your unique web-writing needs.
If you work in Word, you likely know the basics. You can open a document and start writing. But Word has a broad set of tools that can help make your life easier, if you know how to use them.
One of the most important decisions to make, after deciding who you’ll serve and what you’ll offer, concerns your professional website platform and hosting. Susanna Perkins helps you make this decision easier in this edition of Tech Corner.
The tools you need to design graphics for your website, email lists, and social media are already at your fingertips… for free! Find out where in this edition of Tech Corner.
The European GDPR law has online business owners scrambling to comply. Help is on the way in this edition of Tech Corner as we look at helpful GDPR plugins.
Every day, a ton of new content is published online. One way to make your own content stand out is to present your information in the most visually appealing way possible. Flipbooks offer a cutting-edge solution for presenting your most important work.
Scrivener is a robust tool for novel writers, but can it be useful to copywriters? You bet it can. Learn how to Scrivener’s organizing features helps keep projects on track.
WordPress wants to change the way you create content with the Gutenberg Project. Find out what’s in store as Susanna Perkins gives you a tour of Gutenberg in this edition of Tech Corner.