[heading] Want to Build a Writing Platform? [/heading] Do you focus on developing your content–whether it be books, blog posts, or video–in a way that furthers your online presence in a positive way?

Or do you just create content “willy-nilly,” hoping for the best?

This blog, LiveHacked.com, is about improving your ability to create. Creation, as it applies to online business, can mean anything from writing content for a blog to releasing video content for a YouTube channel.

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And improving your ability to create these assets is a large topic. It can range from simply crafting your fiction stories to developing an online platform. LiveHacked.com is about lifehacking, sure, but it’s also about so much more: [list style="check"]

  • We want to help writers craft their stories better.
  • We want to help anyone live to the fullest of their potential.
  • We want to reach as many people as possible, through building online platforms.
  • We want to teach, learn, grow, and create.
[/list] “Hacking” is a term that so often has negative connotations. It tends to describe a subset of the population who is more interested in the demeaning, less-legal aspects of civilized life.

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To us, “hacking” just means that someone is actively trying to solve a problem; trying to offer a solution that doesn’t–for whatever reason–exist.

In life, hacking can mean anything from cooking better food to working out; from writing better prose to crafting better blog posts–all of these things are a part of life for most of us. LiveHacked.com exalts these things–and offers a way to help.

As a writer, you’re trying to sell something–your own words. You’re trying to get your message out there, whether it’s a simple short story about vampires to a life-changing manifesto about building a muse.

Either way, you’re going to need to build a solid platform for your writing. If you are new here, you might want to check out these blog posts, written specifically for you, about building a platform as a writer:
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