A NEW Academy Course
Boring to Brilliant!
Presented by Lynda McDaniel and Virginia McCullough
This course contributes to the requirements for CMC certification with theCore Competency focus area of Consulting Skills and Tools, Early level
$29 for IMC USA Members, $79 for non-Members
Learn How to write attention-grabbing traffic-building
articles, blogs, books, reports, and even e-mail!
When you complete this webinar, you'll know how to:
1. Use a proven method over and over to write all kinds of engaging content
2. Break down the writing process into manageable pieces
3. Tap into that marvelous brain of yours to uncover buried treasure
4. Imitate to innovate–explore powerful writing from writers you admire so you can write that way too
5. Craft exciting headlines and bold introductory paragraphs that hook your readers
6. Keep your middle from sagging with proven techniques (The beginning may hook your readers, but you can lose them midway with ho-hum content.)
7. Introduce similes, alliteration, rhymes, and rhythm to engage and inform
8. Empower your ending—so your readers keep reading and take action
Lynda McDaniel, founder and director of the Association for
Creative Business Writing, brings more than 25 years of writing, teaching, and
learning to her webinars.
Lynda has written 1,000 feature articles for major
publications, and she is the author of a dozen books, including her
award-winning "Words at Work: Powerful business writing delivers increased
sales, improved results, and even a promotion or two" (which took top honors
from the National Best Books Awards).
Lynda’s long career as a journalist includes feature articles
for magazines and newspapers such as Associations Now, Southern Living, Country
Living, Yoga Journal, Law & Politics, American Cinematographer,
AmericanStyle, NICHE, Atlanta Journal Constitution, Charlotte Observer, Seattle
Post-Intelligencer, and washingtonpost.com.
Virginia McCullough broke into book publishing with her first coauthored
books, "TMJ Syndrome: The Overlooked Diagnosis," with A. Richard
Goldman, DDS and "Touch: A Personal Workbook" (Open Arms Press), with
Greg Risberg, MSW. More books followed, including "A Consumer’s Guide to
Alternative Health Care" (Bob Adams), co-authored with Craig Clayton, and
"When the Wrong Thing is Right" (MasterMedia), with Sylvia Bigelsen,
Ed.S. She’s the sole author of "Testing and Your Child" (NAL, 1994).
In 2005, McGraw Hill released "Coping With Chemotherapy and
Radiation," the fifth update of a cancer therapy book written with Daniel
Cukier, MD and two other doctors.
has written eleven books for neurologist and smell and taste specialist, Alan
R. Hirsch, M.D.
Over the last three
decades, Virginia has written or "rewritten” well over 100 books and edited
many more. Regardless of subject matter, Virginia’s work with clients can begin
at any stage, from developing a fresh idea to producing a book proposal package
to adding the polish to a finished project and making it shine!