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Where Can I Learn To Create Content?

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Where Can I Learn To Create Content?

My biggest problem is not knowing how to create content for the web. Where can I learn to do this?
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cecille.l
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Hi Alain,

There are a lot of places offering writing classes online. You can try CopyBlogger.com. They have free lessons on how to write content for websites.

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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Yeah copyblogger.com is great! I recommend signing up for their authority membership the free one, to get 13 (I think 13) free ebooks to help you write among other things.

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Following are some quality and affordable online learning experiences you’ll want to take advantage of
- Codecademy
- Treehouse
- Lynda
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kallayprasanth05
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I think Affilorama is one of the best places to learn not only the basics but even advanced chapters of content creation.

http://www.affilorama.com/content-creation
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daljeet.kaur
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Hello,
Go through this blog link http://www.fatbit.com/fab which publishes content related to web design, development, social media, conversions, sales, traffic, online reputation management etc after regular intervals of time. The blog not only contains unique content but also guide you on making a good blog post by using target keywords.

Regards,
Daljeet Kaur
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