Is there any way to learn more and more about writing and article by using our own mind without taking any help from others.
yes there are a lot indeed! I am sharing some of my views that may help you to create valuable articles and enrich your writing style
1- We have a particular time when our creativity reaches its peak and our brain works really faster than other times. We come with new and valuable ideas that may turn to worthy lines. But we often tend to forget those ideas or words or phrases if we get disturbed by some other issues. So just jot down those precious ideas, words, lines, whenever you come up with them, note them, so that you can use them afterwards.
2- Do not try to imitate other person's writing style. Be yourself.
3- Always revise once or twice to ensure your writing is satisfactory
4-Review or read your article from a reader's point of view, think what you should expect in that article if you are a reader.
Dear webseo22 thanxx a lot for sharying your personal views with us. Now I will try my best to improve my writing skills.
Thanks webseo22 for such nice writing ideas. I think first one is the most important and also the most underestimated one.
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