Article Writing Tips to Retweet: July 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 July right here. Retweet any of them to enhance your article writing efforts.

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EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets:

  • Readers shouldn’t be “none-the-wiser” after your article. Put yourself in reader’s shoes: Do you take away quality info?
     
  • Is your article a jungle? Keep paragraphs between 3-5 sentences to ensure your readers can navigate through w/o a machete.
     
  • No ifs, ands or BUTTS? Use “butt” and “but” wisely. Spare yourself from being the butt of a joke, but humor is welcome. :)
     
  • Would you go to a theater if the projector was broken? Ensure links & videos on your page work before sending readers.
     
  • Sugar & spice & everything nice, that’s what great articles are made of! Variety creates uniqueness. What’s in your recipe?
     
  • A comedian crashing a funeral is a faux pas. Approach your audience with the right tone & content by targeting them.
  • Quality Stick: Can your audience get the same info from other sources? Don’t re-use heavily saturated content. Think new!
     
  • The authority of an article on diseases is questionable when the Resource Box states “SEO Services.” Be relevant!
     
  • Always, ALWAYS Proofread: “The gadget offers 3 potions (options).” “I new (knew) Tom.” “Your pail (pale) skin.”
     
  • Sign It and Put a Stamp on It: Enhance your credibility & build your brand by signing EVERY article w/ your name & a CTA.
     
  • Develop Solid Contacts: Networking with other authors can encourage guidance, support and cultivate experience.
     
  • Maintaining reader-driven quality is hugely important in article writing. How do you stay in check? http://is.gd/jA5mFv
     
  • Errors in logic & inaccurate info can cripple your credibility. Stay vigilant & check out this video: http://is.gd/N4jt8f
     

EzineArticles Fun Facts:

  • Wanna know how rare Diamonds are? Last month only 60 members earned Diamond & 372 earned Platinum http://t.co/wJRGaza [PDF]
     
  • Confused by the red and green underlined words when submitting an article? Red = Spelling error; Green = Grammar error.
     

EzineArticles Inside Information:

  • Writing attractively formatted articles is a breeze w/ our WYSIWYG article editor. Take a closer look: http://is.gd/5DHn1T
     
  • Dress to Impress: Add a professional photo to your Bio to gain credibility & exposure. Learn more: http://is.gd/MEvtyN
     
  • Use our Substitution Test to verify if your location-based articles are specific to the chosen locale: http://is.gd/wj07Rn
     
  • Always on the move? Connect to our social media channels to stay on top of the latest news & insights: http://is.gd/NdBiPG
     
  • Need inspiration? Check out our Author Showcases @ http://is.gd/aZL3R2. You’ll find first-hand tips from great authors.
     

Motivational Moments:

  • RT @steviephil: Aw cool, been sent some promo goodies by the guys at @EzineArticles. Mousepad, pen, notepad, etc. Thanks guys!
     
  • Go-getter! RT @haroldforbes: Just received my package from @EzineArticles for becoming a Plat Author. Thanks, guys. Nice thought.
     

Misc. Words of Wisdom:

  • Watch this comedian FAIL to see what happens when quality is not his number one objective: http://is.gd/bGkMEp
     
  • Articles are great gifts for the curious mind! Avoid regifting to your readers by providing unique content & a fresh link!
     
  • Walk a mile in your readers’ shoes: Plan around your audience. Knowing your target is the key to providing quality content.
     
  • Just like your accessories & dress, the content in your resource box and links should coordinate with the article.
     
  • A budding rose can’t grow w/o water. Be sure to ‘water’ your articles with the nourishment readers need: relevant info.
     
  • You wouldn’t hang two identical paintings side-by-side. Your landing page content must relate, not duplicate.
     
  • “He shoots, he scores!” Make your article writing a success by setting goals. Success comes from planning!
     
  • Don’t trap readers in an old, dusty attic. Clear the cobwebs in your article by ‘sweeping’ over the content … PROOFREAD!
     

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8 Comments »


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pj Maddox writes:

TEMPLATE NEEDED!

You have some useful and innovative Article Templates.

But I just realized there was One, that was conspicuous by it’s absence.

A PRESS RELEASE: template.

Ir seema that several types might be in order.

Comment provided July 29, 2011 at 12:40 PM

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Rajiv Sighamony writes:

Brilliant, so many tips under one umbrella, that’s great.

Comment provided July 29, 2011 at 3:17 PM

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I retweeted one. I don’t want to get in trouble with my followers for 20 tweets in a row!

Good stuff. I’ve been reading the blog on my Android.

Comment provided July 29, 2011 at 3:35 PM

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Lisa Mason writes:

Thanks for these. I love them and my followers always do as well! @writerlisamason on Twitter.

Comment provided July 29, 2011 at 5:22 PM

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Lisa Mason writes:

This one is too long to RT w/o cutting:

RT @EzineArticles Sugar & spice & everything nice, that’s what great articles are made of! Variety creates uniqueness. What’s in your recipe?

Comment provided July 29, 2011 at 11:28 PM

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Thank you. A blessed evening to Ezine and all.

Comment provided August 1, 2011 at 4:27 AM

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Bellaisa writes:

You know how some things just stick in your head and you remember them every time you do something?

That’s what your one that goes “A comedian crashing a funeral is a faux pas. Approach your audience with the right tone & content by targeting them.” has done to me. Lol. It’s stuck in there.

Comment provided August 2, 2011 at 12:31 PM

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translation services writes:

Thanks for giving us a platform to learn and know variety of things on writing.

Comment provided September 8, 2011 at 8:45 AM

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