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SEO Without Words – Inspiration For Article Writers

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Trying to come up with original ideas for unique SEO articles is one of the hardest tasks for any article writer these days. The trouble is that it almost seems as though everything that could be said has been, and in a variety of ways. Many of them badly.

But with the constant need to create new content never more important, the pressure is on to try to find new angles, new audiences, new ways of looking at old subjects and ...

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Article Writers – How to Find New Content to Write About

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So you’ve been writing about clockwork cheesegraters for the last three years, writing ten articles a day every day. Are you starting to find you’re running out of ideas?

This is a common problem, and whether you’ve written a dozen or a hundred articles on any particular topic it can prove to be quite a challenge coming up with fresh content day in day out.

I have faced this exact challenge myself (note I say challenge, not problem) having been requested by ...

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Article Writing – How to Keep Content Fresh

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They say that ‘content is king’, but it’s not true. Because often the content in question turns out to be more like the court jester – full of noise but rarely says anything useful.

If content is to be king then it needs fresh ideas as the queen in order to ensure your articles, blog posts or web content is fresh, interesting and above all, helps to draw in the traffic. So how can you help to ensure that your articles ...

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Article Writing – Why Correct Sentence Grammar is Essential

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When it comes to article writing, do you think that correct grammar is important, or not? Let me ask the question a different way.

“When you is wrote articles does you thought grammar ain’t not important?”

All right, I confess, I almost felt physical pain writing that last sentence, although 12 years as an English teacher in secondary schools provided me with plenty of material from which to work when crafting ugly, ungrammatical writing such as that. Forgive me.

However, the point is ...

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Article Writing – 5 Tips to Improve Your Articles

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There are many ways in which all of us can improve our articles, but let’s look at 5 elements of every article, and identify one way in which we can aim to improve each element.

1. The Title – The article title is almost always the way in which we attract readers to our article. Whether it’s in the search engine results or a list of articles within an article directory, it is the title which is most likely to grab attention. ...

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Creating Original Articles – How To Find New Angles On Old Subjects

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Do you ever find yourself trying to write good quality SEO articles for effective article marketing, but facing the same subjects over again? Once you’ve written a series of articles about left handed cheesegraters you may quickly start to find that you’re running out of ideas.

A quick glance at most article directories will generally reveal tens or even hundreds of thousands of articles, and often many hundreds within even niche market areas.

You may start to find yourself staring ...

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A Writer’s Foibles & Pet Hates

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Every writer has at least one pet hate, and one foible – what is yours?

I have a writer friend who has always had a special hatred for those who qualify an absolute, such as suggesting that something is ‘almost unique’ or ‘almost new’. Naturally, as frequently argues, a thing is either unique, or it is not, but it can never be almost unique; similarly, a thing is either new, or it is not, but there can be no room for ...

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Writing Analysis Software – Five Tools In One

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Summary: The Linguisticator is a tool which will help to improve the readability of your writing, improve the quality of your writing, and reduce weak or complicated writing – all with a single click, and at half the price of tools which can only do half as much.

First of all – I make no apologies for the appalling name!

The Linguisticator was the result of my own wish to locate a tool which would help to analyse my writing. I had ...

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Beat Writer’s Block By Being Rude & Prejudiced

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Writer’s block getting you down? Running out of ideas to kick start your motivation? Need something to get rid of that blank white screen in front of you?

I’m frequently faced with this problem, and I know I’m not alone. Like most other writers I have tried a number of different techniques, from stream of consciousness writing to getting some thoughts onto the paper the night before so that the day never starts with a blank sheet.

But I recently came across ...

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Definitely An Article About The Definite Article

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So let’s have another look at getting rid of the definite article then.

The other day I wrote about an interesting challenge with which I was presented – to write three versions of an article, with each individual sentence fully interchangeable with the other two articles, and each version of each sentence 100% unique.

I explained that creating wholly unique sentences with identical meaning and comparative length presented slightly more of a challenge than I anticipated. The problem was not so much that the major words ...

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