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Why Should You Rewrite Your Article?

Updated on February 26, 2010

Article Rewriting

Articles are the best way to express what you know and what you want to convey to the readers or people. It is also the greatest way to make money online by centralizing and focusing a niche or keyword and then building your domain on the same so that you would get adsense earnings as well as good affiliate sales. But what about Article rewriting? Just continue reading to make everything clear.

Article rewriting is equally important as that of article writing. Reasons are many. But I want you to know some important reasons. Wherever you write your article, you can rewrite it to take advantage of a few things and increase everything what you already have.

Top Reasons

Committing Mistakes is the nature of Humans. That's the first reason as far as most of the newbie writers are concerned. You may naturally suffer from spelling and grammar mistakes whenever you write a long article ranging 1500 to 3000 words. It's obvious. So rewriting the article helps your to correct the mistakes you once committed while doing your work in a great hurry. And sorry if this very hub contains any such mistakes.

You already know that things like textbooks, story books, experimentation, software and almost all such things improve the versions. they release newer versions every year, right? So the same thing can be done in articles also. You can improve your article versions unless you own the PLR rights or so.

As I mentioned above, everything release a newer version. Why? To advertise? May be, but not completely. The major reason is that they have improved the quality. In the same way, you can improve the content quality of your articles. Is that needed for you to sustain with your article?

One more advantage is that you can write a fresh article out of the existing one with the same ideas but with different explanations, examples and illustrations. That would be a great benefit if you work on freelance projects or in conditions where you sold your favorite article to some other webmasters.

More Benefits With Less Efforts

So I hope it would be clear for you that without any significant changes and improvements, you can get some more from your existing articles. When article rewriting is considered, your articles are your real assets as they are capable of getting more earnings and traffic as long as you try to improve it. Everybody loves updated content. Remember : Same things can be repeated any number of times as long as you are smart enough to illustrate in a unique style. People love that. 


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    • HubMania profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from India

      I have already mentioned about the same in this very hub that article rewriting is possible as long as the conditions are satisfied. It is a separate category of freelance job now a days.

    • RTalloni profile image


      8 years ago from the short journey

      You've sold me! When I first began with HubPages I read that articles should not be rewritten, but couldn't agree. This makes more sense to me.


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