Article Writing and Marketing Tips to Retweet

Every month @EzineArticles provides well over 100 useful tidbits of information, fun facts and training – We’ve gathered the best ones from June right here. Retweet any of them to enhance your article writing and marketing efforts.

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EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets:

  • Article Writing Tip: Make a game plan by creating a list of what you want your articles to do for you before you write them.
     
  • “PLZ” and “Cuz” tends to lower your credibility in article writing. Save your quick texts and emoticons for your text messages PLZ.
     
  • Keyword usage tip: Secret Hidden FAQs is a redundant contradiction. FAQs are Frequently Asked Questions and are not secret.
     
  • Localized articles tip: Reader should feel they are getting an accurate flavor of only the locale promised in the title.
     
  • Commenting on Blogs is a great way to build notoriety. Be sure your comments are just as informative as your articles!
     
  • Article Writing Tip: Plan! Who’s your Target? What are their Needs? What are your Strengths? What/Who is your Competition?

EzineArticles Fun Facts:

  • Random fact: EzineArticles.com was launched Friday, 19 November 1999 and is 10 years and 7 months old. Alexa rank = 130.
     
  • #HAHD 4 Stats – End of June: Members Enrolled = 2,441, Members Qualified = 104, Shortest Time to Qualify = 1 Day.
     
  • Fun Fact: On June 7th, we passed 5,200 fans on our Facebook Fan Page. Come join us! http://is.gd/cGjuL.
     
  • ‘Article Content vs. Real Life – Plagiarism’ is featured on Metacafe: http://is.gd/cM9Nx and Yahoo!: http://is.gd/cM9OS.
     
  • Fact: Article writers walk a tightrope between search engines and people. Find the balance and you’ll wow them both.
     
  • Do you have Twitter lists of favorite stuff? We’d love to be included in your Twitter List! Help us get over 1000 lists.

EzineArticles Inside Information:

  • The New Beta Submit Form – It’s faster and friendlier. Login, new article, change your submit form option on the right.
     
  • Need an SEO boost? Get access to the top 30 keywords to find your articles by going Premium at http://is.gd/cUxKM.
     
  • Want to embed the latest and greatest EzineArticles videos on your site? Check out http://youtube.com/ezinearticles/.
     
  • Have you tapped into the Title Suggestion Tool? It’s got over 85K laser-targeted, hand-crafted, and data-backed titles.
     
  • Looking for a little preferential VIP attention? Then an EzineArticles Premium subscription may be for you! http://is.gd/dae4O.
     
  • Looking for the Academic Citation of your article? It’s now located in the ‘Share This Article’ box on the article view.

Motivational Moments:

  • Read lessons learned from our top #HMHD (run 100 Miles in 100 Days) Challenger @jangro: http://post.ly/iOR9.
     
  • RT @TomSinfield Just passed 100,000 article views on @EzineArticles. Only took a couple of years. [Congrats Tom!]
     
  • RT @virtualfreedom My first article using my blog with the @EzineArticles app was approved. WooHoo! That was super easy.
     
  • When writing, find a way to write a UNIQUE ANGLE-PERSPECTIVE rather than a follow-on w/same info everyone else does.
     
  • To get the most out of your articles, brand yourself as the expert and believe it! Deliver great content to prove it.
     
  • RT @affiliatetip: Making Money with Articles http://bit.ly/a6brcJ …So true! ^CK
     

Misc. Words of Wisdom:

  • Using your favorite excuses not to write more articles? Tackling problems head on is the only way to defeat writers block.
     
  • You can never know – or write – too much. Never stop learning new information and turn it into new, high-quality articles!
     
  • There’s nothing wrong with observing your competition. Pay attention and learn from their mistakes.
     
  • Articles are like spiderwebs – They’re intricate, detailed, and used to catch things. Try weaving one today!
     
  • If you’re looking for new content, try browsing old articles and see if things have changed or there’s something to expand.
     
  • All writers have biases. Avoid generalizations and ethnocentric language. Your writing will appeal to a wider audience!

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9 Comments »


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I also hope to have helped bring people’s attention to your article database by updating people on how well the HAHD challenge went. It’s great fun, and I’m looking forward to hitting the 200 article mark next week. :-)

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Lisa writes:

Always love when you do these! My followers enjoy them as well. I especially love the comparison of articles to spiderwebs. :)

Comment provided July 9, 2010 at 12:43 PM

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Eliya writes:

New content is the challenge, especially when there are so many articles on meditation and healing and self growth and spirituality and…..
Sometimes I am afraid I’ll repeat something that has been repeated a million times and Bingo! writer’s Block!
But you guys really rock, and always get me unstuck.
ELIYA

Comment provided July 10, 2010 at 10:07 AM

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Lance Winslow writes:

Wow, you sure have some great little twittie tweats there. I am going to go sign up for Twitter, Facebook, MySpace immediately, obviously I have been missing out all these years!

Comment provided July 12, 2010 at 2:20 AM

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Lisa writes:

hehe Is that sarcasm, Lance? :)

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Lance Winslow writes:

Mr. Lance remains comment-less on that particular question of course on advice from his politically correct Century City attorney!

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Lisa writes:

Stay true, Mr. Lance, stay true!

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I would love to see your future post. It was great having those pointers posted here. I really appreciate the way your article explains the step by step method on how best to be an article writer.

Thanks!

Comment provided July 12, 2010 at 6:27 AM

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Liezl writes:

Done retweetings. This is fun and very education for EzineArticles noobs.

Thanks!

Comment provided October 8, 2010 at 2:44 AM

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