Write with style -
write in an informal style, like you
would explain your topic to a friend. Don't worry too much
about correcting mistakes or how it sounds. This may
interrupt the flow of thoughts you want to write about.
can always correct them later.
3. Take a break
After you have written the article, come back to it after
several hours, a day or several days. This will enable you
to take a fresh look at it, find new mistakes or even want
to rewrite a paragraph or two to make it flow better.
4. Check your article
After writing your article, run it through a spell checker
first, then read it through a few times to check for
spelling mistakes the spell checker may have missed and to
correct the grammar and punctuation. Make sure it flows
well by clearly identifying the problem, providing a
solution and concluding with an action step or steps. Get
someone else to read it over. Often they will find the
mistakes that you missed.
5. Format your article
You will need to format your sentence length at 60-65
per line before submitting it for publication. This will
enable people to read it in their email software. If the
sentence length is longer than this the article may break
up making it impossible to read.
Ezine Ad Formatter
(http://www.netpreneurnow.com/easy/ ) to effortlessly
format my articles before submitting it to online
publishers. If it's not the correct length it will be
If you consistently write an article every week or 2 weeks
and submit it for publication you will soon generate a
steady stream of traffic to your web site for years to
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