Make your article writing and marketing life a whole lot easier by adding these EzineArticles tools to your routine.
At EzineArticles we’re constantly brainstorming ways to improve and simplify the way you launch, implement and analyze your article writing campaigns. Below are 4 tools designed to do just that and in the process allow you to focus on the things that matter, like the strategies that work for you.
Just remember, there are almost as many different article writing strategies as there are authors, so it’s important to develop your own strategy.
4 EzineArticles Tools YOU Should Be Using:
- Training Series – A “Beginners Guide” that uncovers the basics of article writing and marketing. This free Training Series is a set of PDF documents that can be downloaded or emailed to you. It covers topics from what mistakes to avoid in writing titles to methods for generating content ideas. Each chapter is just a few pages long, yet packed with information.
- Title Suggestions – Have a topic or set of keywords you are interested in writing about but need a new direction? Use the Title Suggestions feature in your EzineArticles account to search for fresh titles related to your niche. You can access the Title Suggestions feature directly from the main page of your Author’s Area. We’ll write the titles for you so you can focus on providing fresh content.
- Extended Author Bio – This is a place where you can connect all of your websites, blogs and social networking profiles to your EzineArticles account. By creating and populating an Extended Author Bio, you give interested readers a chance to learn more about you and stay connected to your writing in the future.
The first step in creating an Extended Bio is attaching an author photo to your profile [learn how]. Then, fill in blanks that you want to share on your bio [learn how]. Once you have at least one live article, your Extended Author Bio will be created and accessible through your Expert Author page.
- Article Diagnostic Center – Have you ever written an article and linked to a page only to find out later that the link was temporary? The link in your article is now broken and you lose credibility with every person who clicks on it. The Article Diagnostic Center checks the links in your articles so you don’t have to. If the Diagnostic Center finds a broken link, it will send an alert to your email inbox.
If you’re still new to Twitter, or social media in general, here are some tips from a recent Blog post for integrating a social networking strategy into your article marketing plan.
Try these tools to improve the speed of your writing process and give you more time to focus on providing more quality content in a clear and concise way.
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