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Old 03-17-2010, 03:49 PM
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Thumbs down Favorite Web Writing Resources

I would love it if everyone would share their favorite web writing resources with us. (Yes, you can add your own site to this list.) Once we have a nice list put together we will be able to organize it into categories for a sticky reference for everyone.

Here are a couple to get us started.

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Old 03-17-2010, 04:44 PM
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Darren Rowse (Problogger.net) covers all kinds of stuff about blogging, he does have an archive for the Writing Content articles he posts.

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Hey I like the new forum. Maybe I can learn to write here.

As it is now I keep seeing the ghost of my 4th grade English teacher and I never manage to diagram the stupid sentences well enough to suit her. She is like sitting on my left shoulder saying no and Muddy is on the right saying I dare you.
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I sometimes check a thesaurus (I have WordMonkey Thesaurus on my iGoogle homepage) if I want to vary text so my pages don't sound too similar or Google isn't confused about what my keywords are. For example, Google Web Master Tools listed some common keywords (words that I mistakenly overused) that shouldn't be considered keywords so I replaced some of these words with synonyms found in the thesaurus.
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