Article Writing Tips to Retweet: February 2013

Every month @EzineArticles provides well over 100 useful tidbits of information and training – We’ve gathered some of the best ones from February right here. Retweet any of them for motivation or to share with your Twitter followers.

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EzineArticles Tips and Training Snippets

  • If you feel the need to utilize a pop up of any kind, stop right there – pop ups are universally irritating. Retweet if you agree!
     
  • What’s the mark of a great author? An expert who provides quality and value in every article.
     
  • “Great content targets benefits, not features.” — Penny, Managing Editor. RT if you write benefit-oriented content that targets readers!
     
  • Become the king (or queen) of the mountain! Stay focused on one topic to solidify your credibility in your niche.
     
  • If you want to be the life of the party in your niche, you have to be in the room first. Get in the room: write quality articles!


Article Writing and Grammar

  • Being a good Expert Author is more than writing – it’s your ability to reach and engage others. pic.twitter.com/qr93OXwl
     
  • Your first draft isn’t garbage. It’s a foundation to build upon. Write. Edit. Submit.
     
  • Give your brain one task at a time to focus by writing in stages: outline, draft, edit, and proofread.
     
  • Don’t panic! Identify awful punctuation habits before you submit your article with these tips: ow.ly/hoU3L
     
  • What do utmost, unkempt, wont, bellow, and formerly have in common? Find out at ow.ly/hGmdc
     

Writing Exercises

EzineArticles Inside Information

  • How to write great titles so easily using the long tail method, you’ll wonder why you didn’t do it before: ow.ly/hpMXo
     
  • Mass anchor text confusion?! Check out this anchor text guideline FAQ: ow.ly/hP2V8
     
  • Are you reaching your potential? How to turn your audience into clients: ow.ly/hyBkX
     
  • Is your website a poisonous burden to your efforts? Avoid these 3 toxic website mistakes: ow.ly/hu6nO
     
  • Any “strategy” that places SEO before the user is bound to fail. Avoid an unnatural link profile: http://ow.ly/hCOL8
     

What’s your favorite Tweet from February? Let us know in the comments section below! Don’t forget to follow our Twitter page for the latest and greatest EzineArticles tips, tricks, and tools!

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I agree with the Pop ups – very irritating! and to focus on one task at a time. Keep things simple and your brain will engage without stress. That’s at least what has helped me. Thank you.

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ima senn writes:

i Agree with you

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ima senn writes:

Ya , i also satisfy with above tips. popups always irritate me when reading something.
this all is to avoid spamming

Comment provided March 2, 2013 at 3:43 AM

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bella writes:

I read recently that pop-ups are not favored by Google and that very few sites that ever make it to page 1 for competitive keywords actually have pop-ups, at least not on a homepage…

Comment provided March 3, 2013 at 10:21 AM

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Sandy Ghina writes:

Actually my article has been not approved in this site. Now I am taking help of all this tips and follow all of them in my article. Lets see whether EzineArticles would approve or not ?
-Sandy Ghina

Comment provided March 7, 2013 at 12:21 AM

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Hi Sandy,

Happy to hear that the tips are helping you write your next article! A member of our Support Team will be in contact with you shortly regarding your problematic article.

-Vanessa

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ktkt smith writes:

I agree with you and will be definately looking forward to your future updates. Thank you and keep the great work up. Good luck!

Comment provided March 7, 2013 at 1:35 AM

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Gracious Store writes:

Good points

Comment provided March 7, 2013 at 9:19 PM

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