Article Writing Tips to Retweet

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

Just CLICK on to auto-populate your Twitter status field.

EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets:

  • Your Customers LOVE long tail complex stuff, hence why they search for it! Meet their esoteric needs w/ unique articles.
  • No software is as good as a real live human proofreader. Don’t rely on spell- or grammar-check programs to proof articles.
  • Writing Tip: Don’t just add filler to meet the minimum word count. If a topic doesn’t have enough juice, EXPAND the topic.
  • Q: How much should you rewrite your article to make it unique? A: 100% – In other words, write fresh new articles.
  • To be the cream of the crop, you have to filter imperfections. Don’t send out an unfinished product, send quality product.
  • Landing page a little rough? Check out these 8 tips for creating smooth, effective landing pages:
  • 3 ways to boost your article quality: 1) Don’t promote 2) Write with your readers in mind, and 3) Proofread.
  • Remember the 6 P’s: Proper Planning Prevents Pretty Poor Performance. Outline your articles before you write for results!
  • Don’t settle for the results you’re getting, even if they’re great. Always seek greater results & be phenomenal!
  • Save a ton of time by connecting your Twitter account to your Facebook and LinkedIn profiles:
  • Start developing long-term relationships with readers. Use your articles & gain their trust for them to continue reading.

EzineArticles Fun Facts:

  • Serving over 1M+ unique visitors daily. High-quality content continues to attract traffic & visitors back to your website.

EzineArticles Inside Information:

  • Ideal word count recommendation is a minimum of 400-750 words, but we’ll accept up to 5,000 words per article.
  • Nothing shines brighter! Here are the exciting details of our new Diamond Membership level:
  • We’re showing off our Diamonds! See them glitter in the Author Spotlight of our home page –

Motivational Moments:

  • Congrats MJ! ^CK RT: @MJSchrader One of my articles from @EzineArticles is going to be in a book! So excited :D

Misc. Words of Wisdom:

  • Article spammers don’t include their name at the start of their Resource Box because they aren’t proud of their articles!
  • Over-delivering is always encouraged, but promising 3 tips in the title & delivering 5 looks unprofessional & inconsistent.
  • Today is a great day to UPLOAD your AUTHOR PHOTO if you haven’t yet. Want market trust? Upload your photo.

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


Greg Nicholl writes:

“Article spammers don’t include their name at the start of their Resource Box because they aren’t proud of their articles! ”

I take exception with this. There has to be a dozen reasons why someone would not place their name at “the beginning” of the resource box. Sometimes I don’t because I don’t have enough words left to say what I want with my 15%.

The proof of whether someone is a spammer is whether or not their articles have good content. Maybe they want the clicks and maybe they want the dofollow link. But if they write good articles that should not matter. They should not have their motives judged because they put their name in the anchor text of the link or leave it out all together.

Comment provided April 1, 2011 at 4:02 PM


Keith Chopping writes:

I am a hypnotherapist and wonder if Twitter would be a more effective way to lead traffic to my website than Facebook ?

Comment provided April 1, 2011 at 4:12 PM


Earl Netwal writes:

Nice group of tweets, I think I will expand on some in my article marketing blog. I read many of your blog posts, but not all. This caught my eye although I am only twittering on an intermitent basis these days.

Comment provided April 1, 2011 at 5:12 PM


Ramachandran writes:

Very interesting information.

Comment provided April 1, 2011 at 10:26 PM


Kingsley writes:

Great, how do you guys manage to supply all these for free. You are gonna be rewarded. although you have pro membership.. That sure pays…

Comment provided April 3, 2011 at 5:41 AM


Robin Wright writes:

After reading this I need to join the Twitter flock!

Comment provided April 4, 2011 at 2:02 AM


Greg Nicholl writes:

Article spammers don’t include their name at the start of their Resource Box

I think that is a little bit arbitrary and could lead to misunderstandings. I believe there are a number of reasons someone might not put his name at the start of the Resource Box. If he writes a good original article and fails to put his name at the start of the Resource Box is he a spammer? I don’t accept that he is on that criterion.

Comment provided April 4, 2011 at 10:11 AM


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