What makes writing “weak,” and are you able to identify the specific aspects of your writing that are weak?
Writers can be hard on themselves. They may think everything they write is lousy. But “lousy” is a vague word — and that general self-judgment doesn’t help you move beyond “lousy” writing.
Check out these eight specific signs of weak writing and how to strengthen each one.
In this 23-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief, host Stefanie Flaxman discusses:
- The true danger of weak writing (and why strong writing creates a completely different experience for a reader)
- How to spot the weakest part of your content (and what to do about it)
- Why you shouldn’t assume readers understand your intentions (and how you can help them remember who you are)
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