Best way to become professional content writer

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  1. ankush0809 profile image61
    ankush0809posted 3 years ago

    Hello all,

    I want ask your experience because many brilliants guys are using hub pages.

    Can you guys share your opinions to be a best content writer.

    I hope, i will get best answer here smile

  2. sandeep15r profile image79
    sandeep15rposted 3 years ago

    Read leading blogs that focus on content writing such as Copyblogger. My formula to be a great content writer is to write simple, clear, and elegant.

    1. adevwriting profile image74
      adevwritingposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Copyblogger is a very helpful site. Do you know about any qualifications required for professional content writing in India?

      Thanks!

  3. Lori Worsencroft profile image60
    Lori Worsencroftposted 3 years ago

    Great reply, sandeep15r. I also want to say, as long as you combine your interests with something others will want to learn or read about, you will have a future in writing. Of course, consistency and a passion for what (or why) you're sharing is important. I've only just begun, but I have plans for combining groups and a ton of article ideas based around my interests. Much luck to you!

  4. ChristinS profile image94
    ChristinSposted 3 years ago

    You have to master basic grammar skills.  If your grammar is not top-notch; you will struggle.  I recommend everyone who speaks English as a second language (or their first for that matter), take advantage of grammar courses online.  There are many resources for improving in this area.

    1. kbdressman profile image93
      kbdressmanposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      ankush0809, I second this answer.  I just helped a doctoral degree candidate from India edit his thesis.  From that experience and what little I've seen of your writing I suggest paying close attention to articles and prepositions. 

      I'd also recommend reading hubs from hubbers with high scores.  Don't plagiarize, but learn from them.

    2. adevwriting profile image74
      adevwritingposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      @ChristinS Learning basic grammar skills is one thing which I like doing! Learning is a never-ending process. smile

  5. sandeep15r profile image79
    sandeep15rposted 3 years ago

    Usually Master's in English or Journalism is preferred. But any bachelor degree will do as long as you have flair for writing.

    1. Marisa Wright profile image97
      Marisa Wrightposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      A degree of any kind is irrelevant.  To write good online articles, you need to write English as fluently as a native speaker. That does not mean grammatically perfect - it means using idioms and colloquial expressions correctly, and writing in a natural, engaging way.   It is unlikely you will learn that in a purely academic atmosphere.

      1. adevwriting profile image74
        adevwritingposted 3 years agoin reply to this

        But Academics + Motivation + Interest + Proficiency in English can bring good results, right? smile

  6. psycheskinner profile image82
    psycheskinnerposted 3 years ago

    "Content" generally refers to low paid writing. To do his full time you need to transfer over to copy writing, technical writing and other general freelancing.

    1. adevwriting profile image74
      adevwritingposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      @psycheskinner What type of writing is writing for HubPages considered as?

      Thanks!

  7. profile image0
    brandonbutlerposted 3 years ago

    Know Your Niche Audience And Produce Content That Delivers On Target Without All Of The Bells And Whistles That You Are Writing To For Their Information And Entertainment.

  8. ankush0809 profile image61
    ankush0809posted 3 years ago

    Thanks to all for your valuable reply. i got many answer here and different-different opinion, these all are useful reverts for me. i will keep your advice in my mind. thanks again.

 
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