Tools That Make Article Writing Easier
It’s so easy to get wrapped up in the process and routine that you forget to look up from time-to-time. So much so that you may not notice or have forgotten about the tools at your fingertips – literally!
We offer a great wealth of strategies, resources, and tools throughout the EzineArticles.com platform. Discover what tools you can add to your article writing and content marketing toolbox in order to accelerate your exposure today. All it takes is a click of a mouse!
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Motivational Quotes for Expert Authors
Wow! Look at All of These Great Article Writing and Content Marketing Tips!
From Expert Author Interests and Content Marketing tips to Top Misused Words and other Grammar Tips, we publish dozens upon dozens of posts on the EzineArticles Blog every year.
These posts may be overflowing with tips, strategies, insights, infographics, and more, but it’s the growing number of commenters who offer their own insights and feedback that makes the Blog a thriving community of information and discussion.
In case you missed them or forgot to bookmark them for reference and inspiration, here are the Top 20 EzineArticles Blog Posts of 2013 and don’t forget to leave a comment to join the discussion:
Richly Express Yourself Using the Dynamic Tapestry of the English Language!
Articles not getting the traction you were hoping for? It may be your title.
If only there was something that could save your titles and articles from dull and uninviting language … Wait a second – there is!
On behalf of the entire EzineArticles Team, have a safe and happy holiday!
No matter how great your command of the English language is, it will slip your notice at some point if it hasn’t already … the dreaded typo.
A typo or typographical error is a mistake made in the typing process of text. This may include speling and grammar errors, typing the same same word, or misplacing pesky apostrophe’s.
Did you notice my intentional errors in the previous sentence? Good for you! It’s my tongue-in-cheek stab at humor to propose this:
Let’s all take a break from grammar shaming and be compassionate toward those poor folks who accidentally leave a typo and even absolve those who are typo-prone.
Wrap Up 2013 and Plan for Next Year!
Have you ever played chess with someone who is really good? If you have, then you know you can’t win by brute force (throwing your pawns on your front line and trying to take out every piece your opponent moves). You win by strategically planning how to effectively and efficiently place your opponent’s king under an inescapable threat of capture: checkmate.
Many authors feel as though they should approach their article writing efforts with brute force: toss hundreds of articles on the Internet front lines and try to capture every click. Success-track authors don’t worry about reaching every reader, nor do they worry about matching each of their competitor’s moves. By creating remarkable content with value that strategically targets relevant readers, success-track authors know they are one step closer to achieving their goal.
Use this guide to strategically plan 2014 and get on the success track!
Discover why you need to utilize these awesome writing tools!
Most of our Expert Authors have heard of Article Templates, but only a small percentage truly understand what they are, why they should use them, and how to use them effectively. They don’t see the incredible benefits that Article Templates can provide.
Two key things dictate your success in article writing and marketing: the quality of your articles and the number of articles you’ve written. Article Templates can increase both.
With that thought in mind, here are the answers to some of the common questions you may have about these powerful tools.
Problem: You’re stuck in a rut and you may not even be aware of it.
Perhaps your routine bores you out of your mind or maybe you’ve hit that impossible wall. Not sure? See if any of these 7 symptoms of a writing rut match up with your feelings.
“If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” – Derek Bok
Vague information isn’t just frustrating; it can be dangerous to both your readers and your credibility. Anyone can dole out generic information that they found on the Internet, but it doesn’t make them an expert. Providing ambiguous content or information that’s already saturating the market can achieve the opposite effect. It may make you appear uniformed. And that ignorance (even if it’s just the perception of ignorance) is an expensive waste of time and money.
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