End Your Frustration with Submission and Save Time

Too scared to hit submit? Relief is here.

Some people’s 20 minutes to craft an article may take you 5 or 6 days – and that’s not even including the days waiting during the article review process.

No matter how hard you try, you wonder: “Can I write articles? Is all of this time spent writing and editing worth my time? Is there a better way to get a ROI with article writing?”

Being an expert does not equate being a professional writer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t share your insights and experiences in articles. All it says is that you lack the skill set of professional writers to efficiently edit your own work, which in turn helps you avoid article rejection or embarrassing errors from slipping through. As a result, you exchange “fear of rejection” with “aim for perfection” and end up losing so much of your time that would be better spent adding value and increasing your bottom line.

Help – that will save you time, energy, and fear – is on its way with a great new service.

Watch in this quick video.



It’s no wonder people are so frightened to click the “Submit This Article” button with such a large variety of ways to get rejected:

Formatting issues, localized niche, bad links, too many links, affiliate links, poor spelling and grammar, keyword abuse, and sales language … to name a little more than a few.

Even if you have felt a degree of what Gary’s felt about perfection, rejection, and feeling completely helpless about the article review process, know this:

Relief is on the way.

Our team has been working diligently on a top-secret service. With it, our Senior Editors will remove the pain of article submission, make sure you put your best foot forward, save you time, and help you reap the rewards article writing offers.

What else? This new service will:

  • free you from perfection and fear of rejection
  • make you look good and prevent embarrassing mishaps
  • give you complete control to maintain your quality standards
  • save you precious time to focus on other goals
  • alleviate the pain of editing your own articles
  • make writing less challenging for non-native English speakers
  • fix all of those grammar errors and/or spelling typos
  • soften less-than-perfect HTML skills
  • take the edge off any struggles with formatting
  • end juggling between business tasks and writing tasks
  • build a relationship between you and your audience
  • help you focus on controlling your message
  • build your brand’s platform and exposure
  • reinforce your expertise and authority in your niche
  • create informed and engaged readers
  • help you discover what’s important to your customers
  • eliminate time wasted with article rejections
  • minimize the time spent waiting during the article review process
  • give you access to audiences once limited to professional writers

Interested?

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I am eagerly awaiting the release of new service from you. No doubt. Once this service is introduced , you will be flooded with quality articles from several Non-native English writers. In fact, traffic from other ezine sites will get diverted to you. Wish a grand launch .

Comment provided April 25, 2014 at 10:00 AM

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Emily Sandstrom writes:

A few months ago in a discussion here I suggested EzineArticles have a service that corrected articles for each writer, for a fee, and also divide presented articles somewhat by reading level. Lots of participants whose English was poor espoused ‘writing to the level of the reader,’ meaning, of course, to their own abilities. I made the point that some ‘big words’ have specific meanings that save you from fumbling around – words like ‘disproportionate.’ I also made the point that if you are selling something, people who have credit cards usually are people who expect some command of the language.
Someone from EzineArticles – was it Mark? – said that was a good idea, and he would present it.
I suspect this is the result of his presentation. It is a win-win idea. Win-win also when you think of all those unemployed English majors in the U.S. who could be doing the hands-on work of shoring up the articles. That would be an enjoyable job for a language person.

Comment provided April 25, 2014 at 11:38 AM

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Victor Paul Scerri writes:

The idea to iron and nuture difficulties relating articles sounds profound. However, another issue is how to achieve maximum focus directing the link to a chosen website that specifies more than one subject. For example, I can attach articles that relate to nicewriters.com, like calligraphy but not art and news about living in Madeira Portugal.

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jenny j robert writes:

I remember your discussion Emily, idea was great and EzineArticles editor also appreciated your idea!

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Emily Sandstrom writes:

Thank you for letting me know. I think it would be fun to revamp articles and briefly explain to the writer how to proceed, and why the suggestion is an improvement.

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Holly K writes:

Every time I go to submit, I am no longer active. :-( So I think this article was very timely because I am about ready to give up. However, I think it is my own fault for having taken so long to write something. I have been dutifully going through my tutorials though. And really do enjoy all the EzineArticles.

Comment provided April 26, 2014 at 4:05 AM

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Aaron writes:

Great idea. I think many non-english writers will use it.

Comment provided April 26, 2014 at 12:41 PM

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jenny j robert writes:

A great idea and we all are waiting for it. It will be a great resource for all writers who are learning English as their second language. Also it will save a lot of content, human effort and it will result in popularity for EzineArticles and more appreciation, popularity, back-links and traffic for all ezine expert authors.
Thanks to EzineArticles team. Article directories are not as nice as they once have been but EzineArticles have maintain their credibility over time. I get 70% of my traffic and links from EzineArticles although I write articles on more than 6 directories.

Comment provided April 27, 2014 at 10:59 AM

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George M writes:

Video is fantastic,How do professional writers ignore what they were taught at school about writing?
Thanks.

Comment provided June 2, 2014 at 6:29 AM

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Okon writes:

Excellence information. I personally gain more insight from your article. Thanks

Comment provided July 2, 2014 at 11:50 PM

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