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Beginning Middle and End; the Importance of Sentence Structure

  • November 3 2014
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Having a well-structured article is key to its success. Without it you’ll have a jumble of information that readers will have a hard time comprehending or getting any use out of. It is essential that your article’s content is not only well written, but also relevant; otherwise you’re wasting your time writing it. Organizing an effective beginning middle and end to your article is crucial, as it will provide your audience with a framework in order to help them grasp the content of your text. A piece of writing that is well organized supports its readers through making it simple for them to follow. On the other hand, a piece of writing that is poorly written and lacking in sentence structure Read More

How to Find Good Article Writers

  • October 15 2014
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When you have a blog or Web site, the content it bares should draw attention in a good way. Knowing what type of content you want is important before you decide to hire a writer. Is your content meant to engage, educate or entertain? Not all writers are the same, so naturally, just because a writer can write doesn’t mean he or she will be a good fit for your particular project. There are various ways you can pinpoint a good writer with excellent abilities. Follow the below tips to help you out.   Look for Superior Writing and Editing Skills   This is a no-brainer, but a lot of project managers fall into the low-pay trap to save money. Hiring writers that charge low-end rates can get Read More

How to Create Content in Industries You Know Nothing About

  • October 1 2014
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The Internet has done a lot of things for a lot of people. There is an incredible amount of content that can be found on there. Not everyone is aware of where that content comes from. The simple answer is that people write the content that can be found. Blog posts, web pages and other content have to be written and there are people out there that make a living creating this content.   If you do a search on the Internet for something, you will find out that there are usually thousands if not more web pages that are related to your search. Some of the content that you find will have been created by people that are familiar with the topic that they are writing about. There will also be content Read More

How to Find Duplicate Website Content

  • September 30 2014
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One of the hardest parts of creating your own website is worrying about whether or not you have duplicate content up on your site. What if you happen to say something the exact same way someone else has in the past? Or even worse, what if you put content up on your site and another site scraped it for their site, how would you know? Thankfully, there are numerous tools available to help you spot duplicate content and fix it before it causes you trouble with Google.   Check Copyscape One of the easiest ways to check and see if your content is duplicated elsewhere is to copy and paste it into Copyscape. You need to have an account, and while this is a paid service, it only ends up costing Read More

20 Most Embarrassing Grammatical Errors

  • September 17 2014
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Why should you care about grammar? You may think to yourself, “some of the best works and phrases contain awful grammar.” For instance, whoever wrote the line “here’s looking at you, kid” obviously wasn’t on his or her grammar game, yet almost everybody knows the line. However, chances are that your bad grammar will never become as famous as the line in “Gone with the Wind.” In fact a general rule is that if you are writing something without knowing the grammar behind it then you’ll most likely come off as looking incompetent at best. That’s exactly what happened to these people who made twenty of the worst and funniest grammar and spelling mistakes. Perhaps once you go through Read More

6 Tips For Writing Content That Doesn’t Suck

  • August 26 2014
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Every content writer wants to create extremely insightful and useful material. However, this is sometimes easier said than done. This is especially the case when you want to create a large amount of content every day. You may find yourself writing posts that are down right crappy just to get a lot of content on your website, but this isn’t the answer. No one wants to read something that is badly written. Luckily, there are a few easy habits you can implement into your writing in order to produce well written content in a small amount of time. Here are six tips to writing content that doesn’t suck.   Look At Other Sources For Ideas Nothing will waste your time more than sitting down Read More