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Four Guides to Great Article Writing

Updated on July 4, 2014

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Article writing as well as marketing is no doubt at the top. This can be attested by anyone else. This may be due to the economic status at the moment or due to the fact that article marketing stands out to be a great way of conveying information.

It is evident that you’ve written a number of articles as an individual. If that is the case then, you know it is not any easy task to get traffic. You’ve got to do whole lots of article writing.

Having got that, I now want us to look at some guides to easy article writing. With this, you’ll be able to engage in several article writing tirelessly and effortlessly.

First and foremost you’ve got to have a clear mindset as to why you are writing articles. Could it be as a way of passing information or just to get high rankings? Whatever the reason, your articles should be as simple and clear as possible bearing your reader in mind.

Everyone else will love reading your articles and even your way of article writing if your choice of words is the simple and the easy to interpret ones.

When writing your articles, always imagine your reader as somebody very close to you. You want to convey certain information to their hearing.

Thus you will have to consider the following tips/guides to help you in your article writing.

1. Article writing always entails writing about what you are aware of. It is much easier to write about information you are aware of than going round doing lots of research and using some complicated terms. It is therefore advisable that you establish an idea you are well informed on, take your pen and paper then start to write.

2. Do it a dialogue way. You can do the minor corrections at the tail end of your article. This however can be quite challenging because the new soft wares in use do underline unchecked spellings.

3. Why do you engage in article writing? What do you want to write about? You need to have some clear reasons as to why you are writing because article writing is not just a matter of writing without a clearly defined reason. You have to know what you want to write about. Select some categories. Remember also that your article should not have less than 450 words and shouldn’t exceed 650 words as well. If you realize its long, you can split it into two.

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4. You are advised to do more of article writing.

This will help you build your ability to write. It may not be something easy in the early stages of your writing. But as time goes, you’ll realize you are getting used to. Most of all is that you will realize great improvement in your article writing as compared to the days you started.

Now those, I believe will guide you into being a great article writer. Suppose you are not in a position to do your own articles. Better still, you can link up with firms that are well able to the same for you. Such firms normally have well experienced and competent team of writers who have incomparable records when it comes to article writing.

If you are looking for an article writer, look for a qualified one.

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      R D Hayes 

      5 years ago from Oklahoma City

      Thanks for the great read.

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      Kenneth Avery 

      5 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Great work! This was a fantastic read. Voted up and all of the choices. You are a very talented writer and you are well on your way to a bright future. Never give up no matter what.


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