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 30 of the best ones from December right here. Retweet any (or all!) of them to enhance your article writing and marketing efforts.

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EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets:

  • Two lumpy paragraphs is like eating frozen fruitcake. Break up paragraphs, throw in headers and it’ll be mouth-watering.
  • “Best of” lists are everywhere this time of year. Why not write an article w/ your thoughts of the “best of” your niche?
  • Write an article readers cannot resist! Plain articles are easily passed up – write something NEW and inspiring.
  • You’ll be amazed at how many little mistakes you’ll catch if you read your article aloud before you submit it. Get vocal!
  • Create great articles by asking questions. Fresh questions build discussion. Start asking questions to stimulate thought.
  • That article’s got personality! Infuse your persona into writing and you will endear yourself to readers: trust = traffic.
  • Commit to a writing schedule. You’ll increase your overall production if you set concrete goals and stick to them.
  • Always deliver on your promise in your title. Readers want to know the expertise you have. Don’t leave ’em hanging!
  • Use outlines. No one gives a speech on the fly, so why write articles that way? A little prep work goes a long way!
  • Linking to an unrelated site in your Resource Box is like ordering a latte and the barista serving you tea instead.
  • Different styles work better in different niches: Professional, casual or avant-garde. Find what works best for your niche.
  • Always keep your target audience in mind. Knowing who they are and what they want lets you stay one step ahead.
  • Identify the main point you want to get across: Write it down, visualize it, outline it and compose your article!

EzineArticles Fun Facts:

  • #HAHD 5 Final Stats – Participants = 2,386; Qualified = 230; Percentage Qualified = 9.6; Fastest = 2 Days.
  • We deliver 150k-200k clicks per day. To get your slice of this targeted traffic, submit more quality original articles.
  • Need a title jump start? We currently have ~90K titles available to help get you started now!

EzineArticles Inside Information:

  • Article Review Times as of 12/1: Platinum 1-2 days; BasicPlus 5-6 days; Basic 6-7 days.
  • Our purpose is to be your highest non-search-engine referrer of traffic. More article submissions = More traffic. ^CK.
  • Be sure to grab our free 90 second audio training series:

Motivational Moments:

  • RT @evpat2000: I love EzineArticles. They recently sent me a gift in the mail for being an Expert Author! [Aw-shucks :)]
  • Media mentions of your articles happen more and more often! (ex. of an ABC news mention in 1) Cool.
  • On Motivation: Keep a Brag File for your successful articles and revisit them when you’re in a slump to get back on track.

Misc. Words of Wisdom:

  • The power of market research = Traffic. Target your market: who are they, what do they need and what are their barriers?
  • Write topics you are familiar with AND with familiarity. Your expertise and natural prose will draw the reader in.
  • It’s never too late to try something new. Even if you’re an old hat at marketing, experiment to see what works for you.
  • Article marketing is like a virtual store. Stock shelves with unique articles to attract readers and customer loyalty.
  • Long and winded paragraphs bore the reader. Organize your articles so the reader can easily grasp the topic.
  • Keep up on the latest trends and continue your education. Tools like blogs, videos and courses will ensure success!
  • Prioritize your day for effective time management. Plan goals (x articles written by time y) and keep to your schedule.

Have you got a Twitter question? Post it here to get some answers.


Alexis writes:

Thanks for the Tips and Training Snippets. Very helpful indeed.

Comment provided January 7, 2011 at 2:01 PM


Kevin Timothy writes:

This is exactly why I’m starting to love EzineArticles more and more. They constantly train you…

Of all the articles that i’ve uploaded on the web, the ones I’ve posted on EzineArticles seems to get the most respect from search engines. Such a quality product for those that love to write, and looking for a way to generate a lifetime of traffic to their website.

For those just joining EzineArticles, I commend you on your choice. EzineArticles rocks, man!!!!

Comment provided January 7, 2011 at 6:00 PM


Kevin Timothy writes:

Now see this is why I love EzineArticles; the constant education. No other article directory that I’m a member of trains like this.

Of all the articles I’ve submitted, the ones hosted by EzineArticles get the most love by the major search engines. For those of you new to EzineArticles, I commend you on your wise choice! EzineArticles rocks, man!!!!

Comment provided January 7, 2011 at 6:04 PM


Debbie Legall writes:

Fantastic writing-related tips, as always!

Comment provided January 7, 2011 at 6:11 PM


Vicki Kron writes:

I don’t quite understand the hash tag thing. How does that work?

Comment provided January 7, 2011 at 10:33 PM


By adding a “#” to an abbreviation associated with your topic, you make it easily searchable on Twitter. So by searching for something like #HAHD, you’ll find all posts associated with the 100 Articles in 100 Days Marathon Challenge which contain the hash tag #HAHD.


Vicki Kron writes:

Thanks so much for the great tips. I’ve printed them out and am keeping a copy for reference. Thanks also for the explanation of the hash tag. Now I understand.

Comment provided January 9, 2011 at 10:45 PM


Rhonda Dunlap writes:

Thank you EzineArticles for providing these helpful tips. It hit the spot today as I was in need of a pick me up. This was exactly what was needed.

Comment provided January 12, 2011 at 11:07 AM


Jacquelyn Dunn writes:

Thanks for the great tips and thanks for the explanation of the hash tag. And thanks for keeping the explanations
simple enough so everyone can understand them.

Comment provided January 15, 2011 at 8:24 AM


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