Writing Platform

[heading] Want to Build a Writing Platform? [/heading] Do you focus on developing your content–whether it be books, blog posts, or video–in a way that furthers your online presence in a positive way?

Or do you just create content “willy-nilly,” hoping for the best?

This blog, LiveHacked.com, is about improving your ability to create. Creation, as it applies to online business, can mean anything from writing content for a blog to releasing video content for a YouTube channel.

If you’re interested in learning more about how to do it, what’s worked for me (and others), and what hasn’t worked (so that you won’t waste your time), I’d encourage you to subscribe to the LiveHacked newsletter:

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And improving your ability to create these assets is a large topic. It can range from simply crafting your fiction stories to developing an online platform. LiveHacked.com is about lifehacking, sure, but it’s also about so much more:
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  • We want to help writers craft their stories better.
  • We want to help anyone live to the fullest of their potential.
  • We want to reach as many people as possible, through building online platforms.
  • We want to teach, learn, grow, and create.
[/list] “Hacking” is a term that so often has negative connotations. It tends to describe a subset of the population who is more interested in the demeaning, less-legal aspects of civilized life.

We’re here to change that.

Build your platform alongside ours:

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To us, “hacking” just means that someone is actively trying to solve a problem; trying to offer a solution that doesn’t–for whatever reason–exist.

In life, hacking can mean anything from cooking better food to working out; from writing better prose to crafting better blog posts–all of these things are a part of life for most of us. LiveHacked.com exalts these things–and offers a way to help.

As a writer, you’re trying to sell something–your own words. You’re trying to get your message out there, whether it’s a simple short story about vampires to a life-changing manifesto about building a muse.

Either way, you’re going to need to build a solid platform for your writing. If you are new here, you might want to check out these blog posts, written specifically for you, about building a platform as a writer:
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[/list] Finally, it’s going to be in your best interest to make sure to stay up-to-date with this blog: we’ve got lots planned for the next few months, and by subscribing, you’ll be among the first to know about our latest releases:

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Oh, yeah–if you ever have any questions, or just want to chat–feel free to contact us!

Nick ThackerWriting Platform