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Old 08-19-2016, 05:21 AM
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Effective Writing Tips

Can anyone share the what are the essential criterion for effective writing.
 

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Here is a good blog post for tips.

http://writtent.com/blog/ultimate-bl...ublish-button/
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I think if you writting skill is good enough (like me), you should find a good writter, the work will be easier.
 
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There're many things to do for effective writing. You should write more and more and know how to put key words on right place.
 
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I think if you writting skill is good enough (like me), you should find a good writter, the work will be easier.
I don't understand what you said and can you get into details. Thread creator wants tips and I don't see any good ones so far.

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There're many things to do for effective writing. You should write more and more and know how to put key words on right place.
Got any tips on how to determine where to put keywords within the content and how many to use? Get into details, that's the tips we want on here.
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You should write SEO friendly article
 
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You should write SEO friendly article
How would someone do this?

Explain in details what makes an article SEO friendly.
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First of all you need to select which is your favorite niche then you have to visit authority websites related to those niche and get an idea how they are writing. Once you have got some idea take a pen and write down what ever you in mind and then later arrange those words into a well organized para.
 
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Know your audience. You could write excellent copy, but if the tone is incorrect then the audience will switch off.

I'm not going to explain how to research your potential audience....google is your friend.
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Write about what people want to know.
Add your vision and bring something new.
Make an analysis of words in google trends
Make a 100% brand new title.
Write more than 300 words.
 
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Write about what people want to know.

How do you do that then?

Add your vision and bring something new.

Is that what people want?

Make an analysis of words in google trends

any particular words?

Make a 100% brand new title.

No title is or can be 100% unique

Write more than 300 words.

Why?
If you have no facts then don't try and advise, looking at your profile you are a drinks man, certainly not a copy writer, seo, marketer or anything else that would give you the skills to advise people. The same as I'm not able to advise you on the Brazilian drinks market!
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In response to the opening thread, one tip that is very important for effective writing is giving attention to to proper spelling and grammar and of course the ever important punctuation. Sadly I have read a variety of blogs and even "News Articles" (Yahoo) who often make a variety of grammar and spelling errors. If a company or an individual writes a blog or an article but has spelling and punctuation errors, they lose credibility and in addition the attention span will wane. Avoiding spelling errors and poor grammar is definitely essential to effective writing.

For more easy to read info on the topic of Effective Writing I would encourage you to look at the following quick read at:

https://www.eliteediting.com/blog/post.aspx?id=73

It's short and sweet and very very to the point.
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I am not a content writer, but when I am forced to write something, I usually break it down into parts as I am sure most writers do.

Product/Article Title:

Introduction:

In depth Section:

Personal thoughts:

Outro:
 
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I am not a content writer, but when I am forced to write something, I usually break it down into parts as I am sure most writers do.

Product/Article Title:

Introduction:

In depth Section:

Personal thoughts:

Outro:
He asked for effective writing tips...as a none copy writer your advice is not 'effective'. Stick to threads where you can add value maybe?
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