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How to Know What Your Readers Want (Before You Write One Word)

An ounce of prevention…

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There’s a lot of conventional wisdom about audiences. One is the common belief that writers should ask their audience what they want, then give it to them.

Steve Jobs said it [sorta] right when he said:

Some people say, “Give the customers what they…

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Down-and-dirty growth strategies for commercial writers and creators, with a blue collar work ethic, and a no-nonsense voice.

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