The Ultimate Writer Resources List [UPDATED]

The Ultimate Online Web Content Writing for Non-Native English Speakers

Hello, writer!

To make it easier for you, I compiled the following writer resources for you to review and see which of these will work out for you.

Disclaimer:

This page contains affiliate links to help me continue writing the best content to help you launch a successful writing career, especially if you’re a non-native English speaker. Don’t worry. I don’t promote anything that will hurt you or something I don’t use. So, rest assured that the ones I recommend are worth sharing. ūüôā Please read my Terms & Conditions to learn more.

If you have more cool stuff to add to this list, feel free to shoot me an email, and I’ll look it up for you. If they’re okay for me (and if I enjoyed using them), I’ll include those in the list below. Now, I believe we’re all set to help each other, writers!

For writing your first book:

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For self-publishing your book:

As a self-publisher and an independent publisher, I rely on the following platforms to create beautiful books, as well as distribute eBook copies worldwide and partner retailers:

For starting a blog:

  • Enroll in my Write Your First $5K course and get access to the modules and lessons.
  • Writers need to build an online platform. Best solutions?
    • Learn how to start a blog in 2022. Get your guide here.
    • Learn more from established authors like Joanna Penn, a world-renowned, bestselling author. Read her insightful blogging tips here.
  • Refer to¬†the SEMRush free SEO course¬†for an in-depth discussion about search engine optimization. For a detailed explanation, read my comprehensive Semrush review here.
  • Brian Gardner’s Free-to-Download WordPress Themes. As of this writing, he already has three (3) available stunning and minimalist-inspired web designs and counting.

For writing content:

  • Enroll in my Write Your First $5K course and get access to Module 2 (coming soon, though Module 1 is already available)
  • Choose the best tool among the¬†75 writing tools¬†to use from this epic list
  • Turbocharge your content writing skills by finding the right keywords using Surfer SEO. So, you don’t have to waste time guessing but writing instead.
  • Choose the best writing tool¬†among the¬†10 tools from this list
  • Make use of Google Sheets¬†or something related to record and organize your posts, publishing dates, and links (excellent for guest blogging and freelance writing)
  • Use MindNode App¬†and Milanote App for brainstorming ideas
  • Use Grammarly¬†for initial proofreading content
  • Read more books¬†using¬†the Blinkist App
  • Own a unique handmade journal¬†to use for your content ideas. Let me make one for you.¬†Visit my Etsy shop¬†to see my handmade pieces of notebook art.
  • Try Copy.ai today and experience a new level of content writing in collaboration with AI (artificial intelligence).

For monetizing your blog:

To help you increase your reach:

  • A chance to get featured on my podcast. Leave your voice messages here.
  • Once you get featured on my blog, I will share the post with your website links across social media platforms.
  • During the pre-launch course stage, I might ask you to become the first person to have a look inside WITHOUT any cost.
  • I’m open to reviewing great reading and writing apps. If you have an app to share, feel free to shoot me an email.

For subscribers only:

Though I write posts on social media, as well as on Medium, and other established websites, I only share the best writing tips, latest writing updates, news, etc., to members of my exclusive writing community.

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Questions?

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