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2017/07/24


Beyond privacy, WriterShelf offers unique and practical advantages when for sharing messages with the world.

In everyday life, we adjust our voice to fit the particular situation we’re in. We speak differently with friends, family and workmates. Pen names offer the same flexibility to tailor your presentation to your audience so that your message is taken in the way you intend.

Pen names are also a way to encourage dialog and exchange by lowering the risk for people looking for information. Every search we make and website we visit has the potential of being recorded and accessed by employers, businesses and governments. Being able to pose questions about potentially sensitive topics using pen names can be the difference between asking and not seeking important information.

For individuals or groups, WriterShelf's unique publishing and forum features offer a simplified path for setting up an online home for sharing information and building community.

Create just the right identity

Choosing the right pen name can help position your message so that your audience hears what you want to say in the way that you want to say it..

In the run up to the 2016 election a pro-Trump thinker began publishing articles under the name Publius Decius Mus. The argument that Trump was answer to American’s decline stirred considerable debate, helped by a pen name that projected an intellectual posture and lent seriousness to the author.

After being forcefully ejected from a train for being black, Ida B. Wells decided to raise her voice against Jim Crow and the injustices African Americans faced in the south. She published her first articles under the pen name Iola to evoke her rural upbringing and better connect with the lives of everyday people.  

Establish safe-zones for interaction with readers

Health questions, legal issues and relationships are just a few of the topics that people can be reluctant to discuss. Pen names can help overcome that barrier by letting people ask questions without revealing their true identities.

Pen names shield people from having information they reveal follow them into job interviews or other parts of their lives.

Build an independent community

Partnering with WriterShelf, individuals or groups can create a unique space to share information and build communities.

Publish articles, moderate discussions and develop followers.

WriterShelf is a ready-to-use blogging and forum solution for writers or groups to publish content and develop an engaged audience.

 

Join WriterShelf today.


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