Article Writing Tips to Retweet: June 2011

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

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EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets:

  • Writing distractions can freeze your productivity. Use these tips to melt away those distractions:
  • Get Personal: Use personal experiences to back up your claims and tips. This builds trust and a faithful readership!
  • All hot air & no delivery. Use titles that are inviting & provide a solid promise or risk deflating their trust!
  • Reader comments are clues to what they like about your work. Keep track of what your readers are saying to keep them happy.
  • Compatibility: Landing pages should be compatible w/ different browsers and versions. Incompatibility = No readership!
  • If a reader can finish a novel while waiting for your landing page to load, they won’t stick around to see what you offer.
  • Crash Landing: Don’t link to a site under construction. Readers won’t bookmark a page unless there’s INCREDIBLE delivery.
  • Fluffing is for pillows, not for your articles. Avoid fluffing your writing with these 5 tips:
  • Fishing for ideas & not getting any bites? Try to approach the topic from a new angle. Be the fish, not the fisherman!
  • Myth busted! Test common misconceptions about your niche for a new type of article. Have fun with it!
  • Having trouble with your word count? Make sure your topic isn’t TOO narrow! Open it up to get some more breathing room.
  • DIY Copyeditor: Read the article OUT LOUD. Many professionals use this technique and you can easily DIY for free!

EzineArticles Inside Information:

  • Decorate your desktop background w/ your choice of any of these fun EzineArticles-themed wallpapers!
  • An organized, worry-free way for you to save all of your article ideas in the same place:
  • Stuck and looking for writing inspiration? Get connected to our Title Suggestions Tool for help:
  • Avoid Scatterbrain Syndrome by using outlines & templates to stay on task. Check out our templates at:
  • Matching a Face to a Name: Readers want to know YOU! Include your pic in your author bio! Learn more:
  • Don’t be late to the party! Keep up to date on new developments in your niche:

Motivational Moments:

Misc. Words of Wisdom:

  • With good ghostwriters, you can’t tell the difference between what you might personally write vs. what they wrote for you.
  • In any niche, truly exceptional work stands out & gets noticed. What makes your articles exceptional?
  • Show off your article writing muscles with strong info. Maintain strength w/ exercise by writing quality content regularly.
  • Keyword use is like salt and pepper – a little bit goes a long way. Don’t leave your readers thirsty and sneezing!
  • Do you connect w/ other authors? Be inspired & learning what they know. Keep your friends close & your competition closer.
  • INNOVATE: Everyone loves new things! Provide cutting edge info in your articles and prove your authority in your niche.
  • Short, bite-sized paragraphs are easier to enjoy than lengthy blocks of text. Cut up your articles a bit for your audience.

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I have been writing on ezine for a while, though only 7 live articles…well these tips are really helpful.. but for several reasons my articles have been placed in ‘problem articles’. I had read your tips and guidelines before submitting my articles. I dont know if i missed anything or what, but I keep getting stuck in the ‘problem zone’. I suggest you guys should come up with one article exclusively for helping writers avoid getting stuck in the ‘problem area’.

Comment provided July 2, 2011 at 6:49 AM



I also use tweet deck, may I ask your thoughts on tweet deck and how can I apply it to do more? Thank you.

Comment provided July 3, 2011 at 7:37 PM



It is really great that Ezine always ready to help people in their problems or issues. Thanks for the great efforts.

Comment provided September 16, 2011 at 12:56 AM


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