Article Writing Tips to Retweet: April 2014

Every month @EzineArticles provides over 100 useful tidbits of information, motivation, and training for over 106,000 followers.

We’ve gathered some of the best ones from April right here. Retweet any of them for motivation or to share with your Twitter followers.

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Motivational

  • When you work for yourself, how do you judge if you’re successful? #writers pic.twitter.com/UWKsU7WBxm
     
  • Have the courage to step out of your comfort zone and view an issue from another person’s perspective.
     
  • Let the true you shine through in your articles. Your readers will latch on. #author #heart pic.twitter.com/BkCYukqoDX
     
  • Be solution driven. Treat the disease, not the symptom by targeting the origin of the problem.
     
  • A mistake is only a failure if you don’t learn from it. #motivation #quote pic.twitter.com/qBhsaOG30z


Quotable

  • “Be so good they can’t ignore you.” – Steve Martin
     
  • “#Writing informally is not dumbing down; it is writing so busy people can understand your content.” – Laura Hale Brockway
     
  • Share your wisdom and experiences in writing. “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside of you.” – Maya Angelou
     
  • “You should always be #learning. If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong place.” – Erika Bearman
     
  • Read. “The more you read, the less apt you are to make a fool of yourself with your pen or word processor.” – Stephen King
     

Insider Tips

Inspirational

What’s your favorite Tweet from April? Have any writing advice, content marketing tips, or favorite quotes that you’d like us to share with our followers? Let us know – we’d love to hear from you!

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len stevens writes:

I once asked a veteran, barnacle-encrusted old journalist, to tell me in one sentence, how I could improve my writing skills.

Without hesitation, he said – “Let the copy go cold”.

He told me to “walk away” – even for 10 minutes – then come back, and “what you need to do next, is staring you in the face”.

Best advice I’ve ever had, about writing!

Comment provided May 2, 2014 at 5:34 PM

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That is great advice, Len!

Thanks for the share. :)

~Vanessa

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Jayesh Pau writes:

Thanks for your efforts to create lovely post, all the quotes will inspire me to increase writing habbit, i will get analyze your posts and try to produce unique content and will be happy to watch this type post in every month.
Cheers
Jayesh

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Gracious Store writes:

“You should always be #learning. If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong place.” Makes sense, there is always something to learn from anyone you meet. All you need is to be open minded and you will always find something you to learn

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janny writes:

I absolutely agree with you. Now I envy people who speaking English very well. hope I can do it someday.

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HK Hasan writes:

Nice tips. Thanks for share.

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Nithin Upendran writes:

Nice tips, thanks :)

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