Article Writing Tips to Retweet: November 2011

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

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EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets

  • Repetitive content, like sand near the ocean, will wash away. Unique content, like a rock, will hold its ground for ages.
  • On the road to quality content, the speed limit is up to you. Rev up your writing skills and make good writing a habit!
  • A keyword phrase used incorrectly is like wearing rain boots w/ holes in the soles – soaked & unappealing.
  • Article Writing Tip: Keep a journal to organize thoughts, increase focus, make large decisions, and build self-confidence.
  • Your readers are telling you what to write about! Follow what they say on social networks and write articles accordingly!
  • Readers value ORIGINAL content. Avoid over quoting and break the curve with your own unique insight.
  • Writing Tip: Maintain informative value by demonstrating the change & growth of the topic in every article.
  • Think of your links as windows. Be sure they open to relevant content and give your readers a view they’ll remember!
  • Add a personal touch to your articles! Anyone can state the facts, but only you can light the way with experience.
  • Over-Deliver! Give your reader that extra tip that knocks doubts aside and hooks them into becoming a loyal reader.

Spelling and Grammar Tips

  • Grammar matters: The words of an article are like players on a team. They must do their job & work together to win.
  • A lot of allotted time is spent correcting “alot.” Please allot time to proofread your articles to catch a lot of errors like “alot.”
  • please remember to properly capitalize and punctuate your sentences doing so enhances your credibility don’t you agree
  • Spinning: Article spinning is bad! Writing circular cause nasty! Treaty twirl incite beastly! Provision whirl aim evil!
  • An AFFECT is an action. An EFFECT is a result. For example: “She affected the outcome” or “She altered the effect.”

EzineArticles Inside Information

  • Engage readers by infusing your personal experience with words of wisdom in your next article at
  • Share your opinion with fact & reason constructively with this article template:
  • Follow, Like, Subscribe, & Connect your way to success with EzineArticles’ Social Media Network at
  • 7 tips to better article writing from a legendary article writing guru at
  • Learn how to write an engaging article summary to attract readers with this 2 Minute Approval Tip at

Motivational Moments

  • Don’t worry about messing up an article or two, it happens – just keep moving forward & learn! We’ve got your back. ;)
  • Your store of knowledge is like a diamond mine. Find the bits that shine with value and share them with your readers!
  • Sharing: we were taught to share & now we can share the intangible through writing: knowledge, experience, & expertise.
  • RT @krazevedo: I was accepted by @EzineArticles as a new expert writer! [Congrats Kelly!]
  • Is your writing muse hibernating? Find inspiration year-round by addressing the seasonal changes.
  • RT @donmoores1: @EzineArticles love the new dig now to figure it all out–keep going-this is great [Ty! More to come, stay tuned. :)]

Share your favorite EzineArticles Tweet from November and let us know which Tweet was your favorite in comments section below!


John writes:

Well said, all tips are very useful and quite worthy. Thanks

Comment provided December 2, 2011 at 10:11 AM


Zeljko Vasic writes:

I think the more you are reminded of the proper and effective actions to take in order to be successful, the more you absorb them and make them as your own, consequently making you more proficent in that particular expertise.

Comment provided December 2, 2011 at 12:17 PM


Jon writes:

Not bad to adopt all these tips. This will surely help to increase success rate. :)

Comment provided December 2, 2011 at 8:54 PM


Mark M writes:

G’day Penny. Thank you very much for the “Tweets/Retreewts they will come in handy.


Mark M

Comment provided December 2, 2011 at 9:21 PM


Leon Noone writes:

As they say on the cooking shows, “Here’s one i made earlier.”

The purpose of communication is to convey meaning. Words are the vehicles we use. Grammar is the lubricant that keeps them rolling smoothly.

Yes, I know it’s a bit 19th Century but……


Comment provided December 3, 2011 at 10:32 AM


Great analogy, Leon! Thanks for sharing it. :-)


jessica austin writes:

very helpful and hope my writing will be improved.

Comment provided December 4, 2011 at 7:47 PM


Lizzy Graham writes:

Again anther set of great information from Penny, Thank you.

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 2:01 AM



Thanks for the tweet-worthy tips, Penny!

Comment provided December 9, 2011 at 9:50 AM


Neema Kharayat writes:

Thank you for your information and Tips !!!

Kind Regards

N. Kharayat

Comment provided December 10, 2011 at 10:36 AM


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