Is there a difference in the way men and women approach writing articles? My husband and I both...
write articles about our business of internet marketing. My articles tend to be about positive mental attitude and motivation in business because that is what moves me. My husband, on the other hand, likes to write about the "nuts and bolts" of business building and instructional articles of how things are done. I have notices this about our own article writing and I wonder what others observations might be. What is your perception or opinion and why do you think that is?
Jan, I love this question. I think that it all has to do with the way men and women think. In my opinion, men tend to think more logically and women think more emotionally. Like you, I tend to write more about the psychological (well, and financial) benefits of online marketing because that's what drives me.
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