Every writer has two audiences, but too few take advantage of both.
If you want to really grow your writing business, it's important that you're serving readers and other writers.
How to Serve Your Readers – Audience #1
Your first audience includes the people who love reading what you write, and that group is well served by most authors.
All you have to do to make your readers happy and coming back for more is to offer them a regular dose of quality content.
How to Serve Other Writers – Audience #2
This second audience is often overlooked by writers, but taking the time to provide what they need can make a huge impact on your bottom line.
To make other writers (or those who want to become writers) happy and coming back for more is to offer them a regular dose of quality content. (That sounds familiar, doesn't it?)
What's the Difference Between Serving Readers and Serving Writers? It's all about content. When serving your readers, you give them the genre fiction or category nonfiction they crave. When serving other writers (or those who want to be writers), you guide them through your process.
- If you write fiction, you create plots, characters, dialogue, and worlds.
- If you write nonfiction, you create outlines, break complex tasks into simple actions, and find problems readers are having and solve them.
Sharing how you do these things is an entirely separate way to Profit with your Writing and Publishing.
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