I'd guess that the majority of readers here at All Freelance Writing have been involved in some form of Web writing during their freelance writing careers. No matter what type of writing for the Web you're involved with, there are some fundamentals in structure and style that can make your Web writing more effective. This week's writers' resources are those which may help you improve your Web writing, by better understanding Web readers:
Papers / Articles / Research on Web Writing:
Websites / Blogs on Writing for the Web:
- ProBlogger - Mostly on blogging, but a lot of info on effective Web writing
- Web Writing That Works
Books on Writing for the Web:
- Content is King: writing and editing on-line (Emarketing Essentials)
- Writing for the Web: A Practical Guide
- The Web Writer's Guide
- Web Word Wizardry A Net-Savvy Writing Guide
- Writing for the Web (Writers' Edition) (Self-Counsel Writing Series)
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