Joe Baldwin

Joe Baldwin is a native US resident & professional Article writer for https://essaylook.com. He studied English literature and creative writing. He has experience with online web content including blogs, web page content, news, public relations, press releases, and long form sales and industrial presentations.

6 Comments

  1. Nikhil
    February 1, 2017 @ 10:20 am

    Heey Joe, It shows the level of your writing. I rarely see such sort of new content. I like only practical tips which can be implemented in the daily life. You nailed it mate. I am surely gonna use them all. and sharing this article on twitter for sure.

    Thanks
    Nikhil
    (myquickidea.com)

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  2. Alice
    February 3, 2017 @ 12:06 pm

    Joe, thanks for sharing your best advice! I liked the tip about taking notes, it seems it’s a pretty cool idea to do this even if you’re not at home, just gathering all your ideas in the one place.

    You never know when you could use your ideas, and what they would inspire you to create.

    I had to write great blog posts, really huge monsters in 1,000-1,500 words, because my clients wanted that. It was really despairing to realize that you already covered all the topic and still need 400 words more to close your deal! I remember how I found “a solution” – rewriting blog posts that were on my topic. I did this till one of my client sent me a plagiarism report from https://unplag.com with more than 25% of similarity. Now I’ve changed the rules, and use my own experience to fill the stories with a personal touch. I stopped freaking out about the exact word count, and it works! My inspiration flows much better.

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  3. Jenny Rev
    February 4, 2017 @ 2:42 am

    Hey Joe,

    Indeed a Great Post.

    i personally believe that, one can write post very quickly if she has the interest in that particular topic, I myself do that, but I limit myself to the topics I like, that can be Con, but not for me.

    Anyways brilliantly crafted post. Informative.

    ~ Jenny

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  4. Lisa P. Sicard
    April 6, 2017 @ 6:16 am

    Hi Joe, I love your tip to write the introduction last. That’s something I will try on my next post. I also like how you do the research all at once and then write. I need to set a timer too. Sometimes the time just goes by and research leads to one thing and then another and another.
    I do take time away from writing and find walking or taking a shower can give me new ideas. Then it’s back to writing.
    Thanks for the tips!

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    • Elvis Michael
      April 9, 2017 @ 9:33 pm

      I have a confession to make: I absolutely DREAD introductions. I always focus on 1) Research, 2) Body, 3) Conclusion, 4) Introduction. In that order.

      In the end, everyone has a certain way of working. I dont use a timer though, and I often find myself wasting too much time in between posts. That will be my next little self-test.

      Enjoy your day, Lisa 🙂

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  5. Selfie Kurtis
    May 8, 2017 @ 8:25 am

    Really a great post. There are a lot of thinks I got to learn in a short time to create a great blog post. thanks for sharing.

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