Writing Noteworthy Content to Grow Your Personal Brand

Erin Greenawald, Helping People Become Confident Writers

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7 Lessons (26m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Why Should I Write Content?

    • 3. Brainstorming Brilliant Ideas

    • 4. Writing Your First Draft

    • 5. Editing Your Work

    • 6. Publishing & Promoting

    • 7. Final Thoughts


Project Description

For your class project, you’ll be writing and publishing your first article!

I have so much faith in you. I’ll be here to guide you every step of the way, and I've dropped tons of resources below that can help you out.


  1. Show us your brainstorming grid and share your first topic! Once you’ve finished the lesson on brainstorming, upload a picture or share the file with your topic brainstorming grid. Tell us which topic you’re planning on tackling first, or ask for some help from your fellow classmates if you’re feeling stuck between a few ideas.
  2. [Optional] Share a draft along the way! I know it can be nerve wracking to put your work out there, so sharing a draft with your fellow classmates can be a great way to give your work a test run. Feel free to share your shitty first draft (if you’re brave!) or a more finalized piece—maybe some of your classmates will even be willing to review it and give you some editorial feedback.
  3. Share your published piece! Drop in a link to your final article to get some readers and support from your classmates.


Check out a plethora of resources below, and if you ever need extra help, reach out to discuss how we could work together!

Examples of Good Content Marketing

Figuring Out Your Personal Brand

Tools to Help You Write

Grammar Resources

Advice on Publishing & Promoting

Student Projects

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