In my recent article on the Faithlife blog I review the Faithlife Study Bible. This is one of the best Bibles apps available, with more features that you actually need. I love the highlighting and notes-sharing features. You can read the review here:
Here’s my latest guest post on Laridian’s blog. In this article I show how to use the notes feature, highlighting, and bookmarks to set up and deliver your message.
You can read the article here:
404 can be great tools that help your visitors navigate your site if the page they were looking for is missing, but they don’t do very much out of the box. To really make them work for you, you need to build something a little more epic. My article on Fabulous Blogging’s website shows you how. You can read the article here:
I’ve written an article for the Faithlife blog titled How to Choose a Bible for Preaching. When you search for information about how to choose a Bible, almost all articles are about how to chose a translation. This one actually talks about choosing the Bible itself.
You can read the full article here:
I’ve written an article for Laridian’s blog about creating your own topical chain reference in PocketBible. Here’s a snippet:
Topical chains are references that take you to the next verse in a topic. They are great for personal study, devotions, sermon prep, and for teaching or preaching. You can easily create your own topical chain reference in PocketBible. It can be as simple or detailed as you want: anything from a few verses and topics to a complete topical chain reference study Bible. Click here to read the rest.
Social media is a great way to stay in touch with your readers. Not everything you do has a place on your blog or website. Some things just work better on social media. In order to make it easy for your readers to find you on the social media of your choice you could place clickable icons on your site. Using some easy HTML and free icons, this tutorial will show you how to do just that.
In this tutorial we are creating a Pinterest link for FantasyWritersWorkshop.com’s Pinterest board. Let’s do this! (more…)
The first key to a successful white paper project is knowing its intended audience. Knowing your audience helps you know what they need. It helps you develop content that appeals to them in the way they need it and in the way they can use it.
The first step is to analyze your audience. This will answer several important questions about them. It will tell you: (more…)
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Getting project done on time and within budget is something that we all face. Some projects require professional writing skills that most project managers either don’t have or don’t have the time to use. Many simply do not enjoy writing and would rather hand that task over to someone who does. Also, most companies don’t have a staff of writers on the payroll. This is where hiring a freelance writer makes sense. Hiring a freelance writer has several benefits.
We’ve all heard the term: jack of all trades and master of none. One of my favorite quotes comes from Orville Redenbacher: do one thing and do it better than anybody. A freelance writer has the advantage of being a master of his or her field. Higher quality writing will flow better, will appeal to the audience, and will motivate the reader to action.
The freelancer will only be paid for the work that’s done. You won’t have to worry about expenses such as healthcare and 401k, and keeping them busy after the project is complete. This greatly reduces the cost of writing and you can even hire a better quality writer for less money than hiring a full-time employee.
They have a Range of Experience
Freelancers often have a wide variety of experience. They come to freelancing with a background that may include a vast background of skills, including software development, manufacturing, PR, health care, training, and many other possibilities. They’ve often written in many fields. You get the benefit of the knowledge they’ve gained from other clients. (more…)
I wrote an ebook for BibleBuyingGuide.com on how to choose a Bible. This ebook covers topics such as who the Bible is for, how it will be used, covers, bindings, paper, fonts, tools, and more. You can download the book by clicking on this link or cover photo:
Choosing a Bible