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Writing for the Web: The Basics

Writing for the web is not like writing a traditional print essay. There are many factors that writers must consider prior to branching out to web writing territory such as writing shorter, more direct copy. We must also warn you: avoid being 'send happy.' Remember: Always think about whether or not your content is appropriate for the web.

Writing for the Web will provide you with resources to help you with blogging, writing emails, writing discussion board posts, and writing for social media. So if you've asked yourself: What's a tweet? Then you are in the write virtual place!

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Writing for the Web

Writing for the Web Resources

We've compiled online resources to help you with writing for the web. For more information on writing for blogs, e-journals, email, and social media, check out what we've created under the Writing for the Web tab. Don't forget to rate our resources  by clicking on the stars!


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