Top 10 Blog Posts for Writers (The Best From The Best in 2008!)

By Michael Stelzner

A short while ago, I announced the winners of our 3rd annual Top 10 Blogs for Writers. I recently asked each of these stellar bloggers to pick their best posts on the topic of writing from 2008.

What follows is pure gold.

This is the best, direct FROM the best.

  1. The Content Crossroads: Supernatural Success at the Intersection of Ideas, from Brian Clark of CopyBlogger.
  2. Recessions are the Best Times for Business, James Chartrand and Harry McLeod of Men With Pens.
  3. What My Neighbor’s Teen Can Teach You About Customer Service, from Deb Ng of Freelance Writing Jobs.
  4. Branding 101: How to Promote Your Blog Like the Big Guys Do, from Leo Babauta of Write to Done.
  5. How Purpose Beats The Inner Critic, from Joanna Young of Confident Writing.
  6. How to Gain Control Over Your Freelancing Life, from Linda Formichelli and Diana Burell of The Renegade Writer.
  7. 50 Things Your Customers Wish You Knew, from Sonia Simone of Remarkable Writer.
  8. Bang Your Gong: A Call For Action From The Internet Writing Community, from Bob Younce’s Writing Journey
  9. Getting Started Freelancing: FAQ for Beginning Writers, from Lorna Doone Brewer and Tamara Berry of Freelance Parent
  10. Why Should Writers Blog?, from Susan Johnston of Urban Muse

Study these posts and their titles. Much can be learned.

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  • James Chartrand – Men with Pens

    Thanks very much for this, Michael – feels weird (and really good) to be sandwiched between such great writers.

    Ah, and Brian picked my fav post. Rock on.

  • lornadoone

    Thanks so much for the list, Michael. I’m looking forward to what everyone has to say in their “best of the best” posts.

  • Joanna Young

    Thanks very much for organising the ‘best of’. Like you say, much to learn from the headlines, styles and approaches.

    Joanna Young’s last blog post..Simplicity is the Theme for December

  • Deb Ng

    A lot of great reading here. I can see I’ll be busy tonight.

    Thanks Mike!

    Deb Ng’s last blog post..Community Creativity Project: Caption This

  • Making Money Online with Rory

    Thanks for the list Mike. I bet there’ll be a lot more Top 10 lists as we near the new year.

    Making Money Online with Rory’s last blog post..Results of the 1-Week PageRank Experiment

  • J.D. Meier

    Really good point on the connection between the title and the content. The titles actually speak for themsevles, but then the posts behind them pack a punch.

    J.D. Meier’s last blog post..4 Types of Problems

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