I have this recent thing about wanting to write serial stories. By serial, I mean they are doled out by installment. By write, I also include the idea of doing art, audio, and other things into the bargain. I’m thinking of creating a little multimedia experience and burning it to CD. It’d include text, art, audio, maybe even motion clips, as I have two different digital devices that shoot short clips.
I looked to see if serialbox.com was available, or serialbox.net . Not so lucky. Too bad, because I think the idea of the name is pretty fun. If you check out serialbox.net, it actually goes to lindasue.com. Odd blog. But then, aren’t they all?
I’ve changed the technology used to create [chrisbrogan.com]. In the old days, I used a Windows program called Trellix. It was an easy-to-use WYSIWYG software that made web design easy. I really enjoyed it, and used to get all kinds of compliments on the page. Mind you, it also took lots of effort, time for which I don’t exactly have these days.
Why Magnetic Headlines Are Crucial for Your Posts
Welcome to Rainmaker. This is a sample post to get you started on your journey. Don’t forget that your headline is the most important aspect of writing a great post, and getting readers to read your opening paragraph. The first four to six sentences of your post are critical, because if you don’t hook your audience, they will get bored and click away. What is the benefit you will provide readers that you promised in the title? Be sure to describe the signs of the problem you will offer a solution to toward the end of your post.
Use subheads to improve readability and gather interest
Here you can begin to describe the underlying causes of the problem you have the solutions to, using persuasive arguments and great storytelling, and readers will have no choice but to read more.