What are YOU writing?

By Mary Jaksch What are you working on right now? A novel? Your best article ever? A poem? A film script? Maybe you’ve just finished something you’re really proud of? Or you just can’t tell whether it should get a Pulitzer or be thrown into the trash? Here’s your chance to share and discuss with…

How to Lead Your Team Through a Crisis

By pharrell@hubspot.com (Phil Harrell) This post originally appeared on the Sales section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to Sales. It’s relatively easy to lead a team when things are going well. But what separates good leaders from great leaders is how they guide their teams when the chips are down.

How to Annotate a YouTube Video [Quick Tip]

By lkolowich@hubspot.com (Lindsay Kolowich) Ever wondered how to make those clickable buttons that show up on some YouTube videos? Wonder no more — I’m here to teach you how. Why? Because little annotations that prompt viewers to “Subscribe” or “Follow us” or “Click

The Rules of Capitalization

By Courtney, Member Support Manager Uppercase or Lowercase? Learn the Case! The definition of capitalization is fairly simple. It’s the practice of making certain letters uppercase, or capitalized, when needed. Knowing when to use proper capitalization isn’t as simple, especially for non-native English writers. When it comes to capitalization, it’s important to use the correct…

They’re So Good, It’s Scary: 13 Quotes From Horror, Thriller and Suspense Writers

By Tiffany Luckey With Halloween just one week away, we’re getting into the spirit of the season with these 13 quotes on the writing life from famous authors of horror, thriller and suspense: 1. “So where do the ideas—the salable ideas—come from? They come from my nightmares. Not the night-time variety, as a rule, but…

The Art and Craft of Wasting Time in 20 Quotes

By Adrienne Crezo Writers are notorious procrastinators, and the trend is not limited to hobbyists or young, aspiring authors. We talk a lot about procrastination indirectly—setting personal deadlines, how to schedule writing time around life and family, how to write a draft—and fast!, how to write an outline for anything. We also discuss wasting time…

The Art and Craft of Wasting Time in 20 Quotes

By Adrienne Crezo Writers are notorious procrastinators, and the trend is not limited to hobbyists or young, aspiring authors. We talk a lot about procrastination indirectly—setting personal deadlines, how to schedule writing time around life and family, how to write a draft—and fast!, how to write an outline for anything. We also discuss wasting time…