Article Writing Tips to Retweet: December 2011

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

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EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets

  • Increase your credibility and stay ahead in your niche by delivering both quality AND quantity!
     
  • Don’t waste your time over-optimizing your published articles. Take what you’ve discovered and write new articles instead!
     
  • Toss around an idea like you toss a snowball – at someone else! Brainstorming with a friend can help generate content!
     
  • Write a stress-free, light and motivating article to share with your holiday-frazzled readers to spark interest!
     
  • Write simply and be understood – over-complicating your expertise will only leave your readers confused.
     
  • Work It, Own It: Take pride in your articles and double your credibility by owning your articles word-for-word.
     
  • The Quality Equation: Credible Info + Informative Article + Optimized Landing Page + Easy Navigation = Happy Users!
     
  • Shoppers return to stores where they had a great experience. Provide readers w/ a quality experience & they’ll return.
     
  • Rhythm: Find rhythm in your writing and switch it up to keep your readers interested & engaged.
     
  • Increase your CTR by giving readers what THEY want. Provide useful info in easy to understand language and open the gates!
     

Article Writing and Ideas

  • During your research, you may find an inspirational figure in your niche. Why not interview them & share the results?
     
  • Styles: Classic, funky, or soft styles can be applied to writing too. Try new ones & see where they take you.
     
  • What’s more compelling than facts? Your perspective! Share your perspective and back it up with facts to engage readers.
     
  • Traffic Tip: Recommend your reader’s favorite articles in a monthly or quarterly newsletter to cultivate renewed interest!
     
  • Looking for ideas? Top 5’s and 10’s never go out of style. Write one today!
     

EzineArticles Inside Information

Motivational Moments

  • “No one can see your visions and dreams as clearly as you can.” Read more at http://t.co/A9NhTwmg
     
  • Great articles are like jelly beans… one is never enough.
     
  • Meet an expert author who balances social media, article writing, and more – http://t.co/hCbA6sXF
     
  • Kick up some inspiration by selecting from our 6 brand new EzineArticles-themed wallpapers at http://t.co/i4o9om1W
     
  • Meet an Expert Author who strikes the balance between readers interests and his own at http://t.co/Mlt9KSKX
     

What’s your favorite Tweet from December? Let us know in the comments section below!

6 Comments »


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Shirley Slick writes:

As always, great information!

Comment provided December 31, 2011 at 1:16 AM

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Joy Kumar Das writes:

Wish a Happy New Year for the learned team of EzineArticles.com and its family and the whole family of all proud EzineArticles.com writers.

Comment provided December 31, 2011 at 7:44 AM

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John writes:

Cool tips, i have re-tweeted some. Out of these tips i like this tip most – Write simply and be understood – over-complicating your expertise will only leave your readers confused.

Comment provided December 31, 2011 at 11:47 AM

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Jon writes:

Nice one as always. Specially this one “No one can see your visions and dreams as clearly as you can.” I loved this one and this is really true. Only we can judge our-self better than anyone else can.

Comment provided January 2, 2012 at 11:21 AM

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Ebele Agu writes:

Great tips, retweeted some.

Comment provided January 3, 2012 at 1:28 AM

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uganda safaris writes:

I like the tips… especially the one of backing up your perspective with facts. i thinks this can surly engage readers given the fact that each individual comes with their personal beliefs and attitudes

Comment provided January 6, 2012 at 1:35 AM

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