FREE Expert Author Training

“If you train hard… you’ll be hard to beat.”
— Herschel Walker

We’ve just added an entire collection of FREE Expert Author training materials to the EzineArticles Members interface. These valuable PDF and audio programs can now be accessed under the “Author Tools” drop-down menu:

  1. Log into the Members interface
  2. Click on the “Author Resources” drop-down menu
  3. Select either “EzineArticles Training” or “90 Second Audio Training”

The “EzineArticles Training” PDF collection includes:

  • An Introduction to Article Writing and Marketing Training Series

    Begin article writing and marketing today with this 12-part starter kit full of helpful tips on article writing, marketing and syndication. Learn the best ways to compose your article’s components, create your content and submit your articles to

  • Article Writing and Marketing: Article Title Training Series

    This 8-part training series offers tips, strategies, guidelines and more to help craft an expert article title that can improve on the success of your article and increase your readership.

  • Article Writing: Paragraph and Grammar Structure Training Series

    This 7-part training series offers the basics of paragraph structure and English Standard grammar, punctuation, capitalization, word usage and agreement rules.

  • Article Writing: Content Sources and Article Templates Training Series

    Looking for article content ideas and a quick way to compose them? This 7-part training series offers strategies to generate new article ideas and (8) article templates to compose your next set of expert articles.

The “90 Second Audio Training” series contains:

  • Article Writing: Content Sources and Article Templates Training Series

    Listen and learn with these (13) quick tips and strategies to help you write efficiently to increase your article inventory and effectively to bring more targeted, qualified traffic to your website. This series also includes a complete (15 page) PDF transcription.

These training materials can only provide value to you if you use them and utilize them! In other words, take the time to review the materials and discover what they have to offer. Then put your new skills and knowledge to good use by writing and submitting more, higher-quality articles that will attract additional readers and drive added traffic to your website or blog.

These materials are also available at and


Brenda Jones writes:

I would love it if you had these audio closed captioned. There are many Deaf and Hard of Hearing people including myself out there.

Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 11:30 AM


Zack Lim writes:

Thank you for sharing this excellent training resources.

It still amazes me that you all are giving away this solid training material for free.

I will drive my customers and friend to this blog post who are interested in making use of article marketing to make long term income.

I love the values and communications that you give to us authors.

You are the best :)


Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 11:49 AM


Gunter Eibl writes:

Wow, a fantastic resource. I will give it to my writers. The “Paragraph and Grammar Structure Training Series” is a must!



Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 12:23 PM


Priya Shah writes:

Just downloaded the tutorials. Thanks for the fantastic resources you create for authors, Chris!

Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 1:26 PM



I can’t take all of the credit… We have a team here behind the scenes that does a lot of the heavy lifting. :)

Brenda: That’s why we provided the same information that is in the audio, in the PDF’s. We do an awful lot of free training in all media, audio, text, images, cartoons and video. Unfortunately, we aren’t able to produce every communication and every free training in every kind of media… but when possible, yes, we’ll do our best to include either transcripts or PDF’s of the same general info.

Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 1:54 PM


Marc writes:


One thing Chris didn’t mention is that all of our videos get posted to the EzineArticles YouTube channel about 10 days after we release them on our site.

One of the big reasons for this is because YouTube offers closed-captioning, which we do for ALL EzineArticles videos.

To turn on closed-captioning, click the ^ button in the lower right corner and select “cc”.

Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 2:48 PM



You people are so good to provide such excellent training.

Keep up the good work!

Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 3:23 PM


Shirley Bass writes:

I luv how a team thinks.

Having multiple templates right in front of us will definately be of value, as will all other training material. Very nice!

Once again, thank you EA

Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 8:05 PM


Lance Winslow writes:

This is very good and it makes me feel happy to know I can refer others to EzineArticles knowing that they have the tools to help them achieve success. It is for that reason perhaps, and with these videos in mind that I’d encourage all Ezine Article writers to commit to referring 5- new members in 2009.

Comment provided May 20, 2009 at 8:27 PM


Simon Rusells writes:

Kudos to EzineArticles team.
You guys are best. The ebooks will definetly help all of us to write better articles.

Who would not like tp read them when its free :)

Comment provided May 21, 2009 at 12:58 AM


Ramon Greenwood writes:

Chris…I need educating on how to increase my click rate.

Any guidance you can provide will be most appreciated.

Ramon Greenwood

Comment provided May 21, 2009 at 8:13 AM




Here’s your current resource box:

For more career advice click here: to receive The Career Accelerator, Ramon Greenwood’s semi-monthly newsletter. You can also participate in his Your Blog For Career Advice via this route. Both provide keys to career success. Greenwood’s career counseling comes from a world of experience, including serving as Senior Vice President of American Express, an entrepreneur, professional director, career coach and author.

Instead of offering “For more career advice click here:” ….Instead, get VERY specific about how you can benefit the reader with something enticing.


For 7 secrets on how to bolster your career to the next level in less than 6 weeks, click here to get this free special report.

Also, include 2 self-serving links instead of 1. This is in your best interest (not ours)… but if it helps you get better performance which then results in you writing & submitting more articles; then it’s in our best interests too. :)

Comment provided May 22, 2009 at 12:35 PM


Ramon Greenwood writes:


Many thanks for your prompt and helpful reply to my request for help. Your service continues to amaze me.

Ramon Greenwood

Comment provided May 23, 2009 at 8:11 AM


Francisco writes:

I love how a team sees.
With multiple templates right in front of our faces will be of large value, as will all other training material. Very very important!
Thanks !

Comment provided May 27, 2009 at 3:43 AM


Lance Winslow writes:

Your Know FREE is a Four Letter Word, I think we need to change that! Let’s get all the online authors here to spell it FRE instead and that could start a trend, because FREE should have never been a four letter word – MY GOD, that is my favorite price by golly!

Comment provided May 27, 2009 at 3:47 AM


Mike writes:

I checked out the training and have found several gems I can use right away in my writing. Thank you for making this training available!

Comment provided May 27, 2009 at 5:40 PM


Bony Yousuf writes:

thanks for the tutorial. its really helping me alot..

Comment provided May 30, 2009 at 9:13 AM


Willox Perez writes:

Awesome guys! That is a really big help to people just getting started!

Keep up the good work and everyone lets get to work and write some articles.

Comment provided May 31, 2009 at 7:18 AM


Bingo writes:

Great tutorial and lots of handy tips.

Golden Hat Bingo

Comment provided June 26, 2009 at 5:27 AM


Karen Hutton writes:

Well Done EzineArticles Team
Awesome training materials enabling just about anyone to learn/improve their article writing skills.

Thanks for sharing :)


Comment provided February 23, 2010 at 4:33 PM


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