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How writing articles will benefit your website

If you have a website or plan to have one and you don’t know how to write articles, you need to start learning how to write articles, download articles from other authors (Have in mind that if you download articles from other authors you need to follow some rules. One of them is that you can’t change anything on the article and that you need to have the author name on the article) or the other choice that you have is that you need to pay someone to write articles for your website.

If you want inbound links to your site one way to do this without paying is writing articles and post them in different sites that allow you to submit articles. Make sure you submit your article on the right category and also make sure you write the articles according to their terms. If you don’t follow the terms then you won’t have your article publish.

One advantage that you can get with writing articles is that if your article get submitted that is an automatically inbound link to your site without having to add a link on your site to them. Also a lot of people will read your article and some of them will download your article for content on their site. Think about this for one second “This means for every person that download your article and add the article for content to their site you’ll get an inbound links to your site”. Don’t you think this is a good start?

So if you are not that good with writing articles you have couple options, link popularity, Link Exchange or Inbound Links. I think if you want to have a good website you need to combine all of them together but as a webmaster you always have your choices. I hope this article helps you to understand more about How writing articles will benefit to your website.

To Your Success!

Rick Nelson

How To Write Quality Articles

Writing articles is probably the best way of promoting your website these days. It gives you the chance to seriously increase the amount of backward links your website has, links which are also on a one way basis and helps you to spread your message and website across the net.

In this article I describe how to write these articles to make the biggest impression and to get the maximum impact.

My name is Stephen Hill and I write articles for my own websites and am also asked to write articles for other people. These are the areas I think are most important when writing articles:

Article length

Your article should not be too long, the reader should be able to read your article in between three and five minutes.

Keep it simple

Not everyone who reads articles on the internet are brain surgeons. Keep it simple by using easy to understand text.

Short paragraphs

Keep each paragraph fairly short, on average about three to five lines.

Make it interesting to read

When writing, try to write from the heart with a passion. Keep the reader interested and make it fun.

Give the reader a reason to read the article

The article should have lots of free advice and information which is likely to be of use to the reader.

To Your Success!

Rick Nelson

How To Write Effective Articles

A website is only as good as its content. If people don’t want to read what is on your site, then they will not use your services, either because they don’t trust you or don’t have the patience to sort through the content to find out what your service is. It is important to have well-written, direct articles on your site to keep user interest and generate revenue.

A simple way to get excellent articles is to hire a professional writer to develop them, but that can get expensive, especially if your site is just starting out. For many people, it is far more economical to write your own articles. But before you tackle this task, make sure that you’re up to it, because the quality of your articles can make or break your website or online business. Here are some tips to get you started.


Online, less is more. When you’re laying articles out on your site, try to put as much negative space in as you can. Break paragraphs up and try to keep it so the user needs to scroll as little as possible to read the entire article. Also, if you can, include pictures with the articles. The goal is to make your articles appear as short and text-light as possible, so users won’t be intimidated and not bother reading them.


A way to make the formatting easier is to keep your articles short. Again, the object should be to require as little scrolling as possible. The Internet is called the Information Super-Highway, not the Information Back Road. People are looking for as much from articles in as small an amount of time as possible, so help them out. Keep your sentences simple and easy to understand, without any unnecessarily long or academic words. Just be careful not to fall into the trap of writing like a child. You have to walk a fine line when writing for the Internet.


Try to organize your articles so that the paragraphs can be broken up very easily into sections under descriptive headings. This will make the reading experience much smoother and faster for the user by allowing them to pick and choose what they want to read, as well as helping them find a specific piece of information when they come back to your inspirational and enlightening articles. Do your best to make these headings catchy and fun, not boring chapter headings. They should draw the readers into the articles, not keep them away in fear of boredom.


Search engine optimization (SEO) is a mandatory skill when writing any articles for the Internet. Basically, SEO is using the same keywords over and over again in articles so that they are picked up by search engines, giving your website a higher search engine ranking. Search engines dominate the Internet, and you won’t bring much traffic to your site if you don’t use SEO. There are a number of articles and sites online that can help you write with effective search engine optimization technique. One thing to be careful of is not to use to many keywords in any of your articles. 2.5-4% is usually a good ratio. Any more and the reader will get turned off by the repetition, which defeats the purpose of SEO.


Never accept a first draft. No matter who you are, it won’t be up to your potential. After you write an article, put it aside for a day and don’t think about it. Then come back to it with a fresh set of eyes. You’d be amazed at what you’ll pick up, both grammatically and content-wise. Ideally, it won’t be uncommon for you to write three or four different drafts of an article before you find the one that you really like. Never be content with your first attempt.

Anyone can write effective articles for their site without hiring a costly professional writer. All it takes is practice and research. Read everything you can online to see what the writing style is. Imitation is the highest form of flattery, so find a writer or group of writers online whose work you admire and copy their basic techniques. Eventually, you’ll find your own rhythm for your articles. Having your voice on your site will add a personalized touch to your site that users will appreciate, because no one knows how to say what you mean better than you. The key is to just keep writing.

To Your Success!

Rick Nelson

How To Write A Problem Solving Article

If you are like me then topics and ideas for writing articles about my product, service or niche can be tricky and getting started even worse.

You will probably know the problems people have in your industry. If you don’t then you should find out by asking your customers or searching on the internet. Forums can be a great source for finding problems people in your market suffer.

Over time I have found that writing to a formula works well as it gives you something to hang your words on and breaks up the writing into manageable chunks.

The problem solving article works so well because you have the opportunity to show that you know what you are talking about and help the reader at the same time. You build a relationship and they are more receptive to purchasing your services or products as a result.

Here is a simple formula that breaks up the task of writing your article into simple chunks that will make writing your next article a breeze.

Generally there are two main types of problem solving article:

“How to Articles” (eg “How to write the perfect article”)

“Tips & Tricks” (eg “10 ways to promote your article”)

Make the title of your article compelling to draw people in. Also, try to make your title unique that way when you search for it in the search engines (using the title of your article in quotes) you will know that all the entries which come up will be for your article.

Your opening sentence is vital. You need to grab the attention of the reader or they will not read your article. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Did you know that…

How many times have you…

Here’s an easy way to…

Next state the problem and make your first point followed by a more in-depth description. State your other points and go into more details for each.

Once you have finished making your points begin to wrap up your article with a summary and conclusion.

Finally you should end you master piece of problem solving with a call to action to get the reader to think or do something. That way when they see your resource box they are more likely to click on the link to your site or call you up.

Always check to make sure that your title still makes sense with respect to your article. Double check to make sure there are no spelling or grammatical errors.

So that’s it. Problem solving articles help you build a strong relationship with your readers (customers) and are easy to write when you follow the simple formula.

Now go write your article and watch your business grow.

To Your Success!

Rick Nelson

How to Write a Good Christian Article

1. Take some time to brainstorm your Christian article topic. Take a blank sheet of paper and list 10 topics that are related to the subject you want to write about. If you have a web site you are promoting, what are the top 10 reasons someone might be interested in your web site? What are the top 10 reasons someone might be interested in reading an article by you?

2. Create a great headline for your Christian article. The reader must be intrigued by your headline (or title) or they will not read your article. It is far better to write one article that has a good headline/title and gets read than to write 10 articles that have lousy titles. Here are some suggestions:

* How to (fill in the blank)
* Why you should (fill in the blank)
* Why you should not (fill in the blank)
* Don’t ever (fill in the blank)
* Top 8 Reasons for (fill in the blank)

Those are just starters–you can brainstorm and come up with so many more good Christian article titles.

3. Organize your Christian article.

* Start with an introduction or summary. Take 1 to 3 sentences to state what you are going to write about. Sometimes it is actually easier to write this after you have written the article, especially if you are not very organized when you start out writing.
* List several key points about your topic. Expand on each of these–perhaps 2 to 5 sentences each. You can number these, put them in bullets, or put each idea in a separate paragraph. However you decide to do this, be sure and break the ideas down so the reader can easily see where each idea begins and ends.
* Give the reader ideas for implementing your several key points. Once again, you can use bullets or in this case, sentences or brief paragraphs.
* Summarize your Christian article. This will be similar to the introduction, but perhaps more oriented towards telling the reader what to do next–such as learning more or getting started with whatever your article topic was.

4. Add a bio or resource section at the end of your article. Give a one-sentence bio of yourself, perhaps where you live and your specialty or expertise, and then provide a link to your web site. Most article directories will allow you to place a live link in this section.

5. Keep these important points in mind as you write your Christian article:

* Keep sentences short and concise. Get your point across in as few words as possible.
* Separate ideas, whether by numbering, bullets, or paragraphs. Your Christian article should be easy to read.
* Be sure your article is informative about your Christian topic; it should not read like one long sales pitch.

6. Get writing! Submit your Christian article to at least two article directories–the one in which you are reading this article, and my article directory, listed below in the author resource box.

To Your Success!

Rick Nelson