Can you tell me your secret of ' writing articles' ?

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  1. Kurias James profile image60
    Kurias Jamesposted 5 years ago

    Can you tell me your secret of ' writing articles' ?

  2. dailytop10 profile image90
    dailytop10posted 5 years ago

    Keyword research+ enticing title + grammar and spelling error free article+ good article flow+ related photos and products = a good hub

  3. Paul Maplesden profile image70
    Paul Maplesdenposted 5 years ago

    The art of wiritng good articles is putting yourself in the reader's shoes and thinking about what they would like to know about.

    The secret is that you shouldn't really be writing for yourself, you should be wriitng for your audience.

    That means creating interesting, compelling and engaging articles, broken down into simple, easily understandable parts, explaining things clearly and getting your point across.

  4. Civil War Bob profile image59
    Civil War Bobposted 5 years ago's so secret, that if I told you, it would endanger all our agents in the field!!  Besides, then I'd have to come up with some OTHER "secret" method and that's just too much like work.
    I'll give you a clue, though; if you're boring, your articles will be boring.  If you've got nothing to say, you won't, no matter how many words you put down.

  5. ChristinS profile image93
    ChristinSposted 5 years ago

    The key to good writing - articles, or otherwise, is constant practice.  The more you write the better you get at it.  I've written a couple of hubs on how to improve your writing - tricks that I use. 

    The main point to being a good writer is to write - daily and a lot. practice, practice, practice. 

    The rest of the time is spent promoting, researching, organizing, planning etc.

  6. Quirinus profile image72
    Quirinusposted 5 years ago

    Most of my topics come after my silent sitting meditation. Some topics also come from dreams, for example: … Experience and … le-Destiny
    Thanks for asking!

  7. Tusitala Tom profile image64
    Tusitala Tomposted 5 years ago

    I'd say it would be having an idea pop up that can be expanded on.  You do this just as much to clarify the idea in your own head as you do to inform a reader.

    It is said that Sir Francis Bacon - a contemporary of William Shakespeare (Some even say that HE wrote the Shakespearean plays) propounded that:
    'Reading maketh a learned man, Writing an EXACT man, and discourse, a ready man.'   We need to place our emthasise equally across all three of these and we really do become the 'rounded man' educational-wise.

    I suggest a lot of reading across a wide range of topics will fill you up with plenty of ideas to draw on.  Once you have a few, just start writing.  Don't worry too much about the writing's quality apart from determinining to keep editing and improving it.  It will improve of its own accord.

    Good luck, son.

  8. profile image47
    Wilbart26posted 5 years ago

    There's no secret, I think, if there is, it's the mystery that lies obscurely inside your head waiting to be written in a piece of paper or be typed down in front of the computer.


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