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Why Social is Seo and Content is Social?

Why Social is Seo and Content is Social?
16 Oct 2012

Blogging, Search Engine Optimisation, Social Media, Writing Content For SEO And Social Media: In today’s date, each of us tends to hear a lot about Search Engine Optimization as well as Social Media. These are two such terms that are in tremendous vogue of late. For all you people who are managing websites and blogs either for yourself or even someone else for that matter, you must have come to realize the importance of content development for the success of your blog or website at large. I don’t ...

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Tips to Improve Your Writing Skills

Tips to Improve Your Writing Skills
17 May 2011

Writing To run a successful blog or online business you need some writing skills. Most people will not stay on your site very long if the writing quality is poor. It doesn’t matter how great the information is, if it doesn’t make sense, people won’t read it. Here’s some quick writing tips to help you improve your writing skills. Look at a picture and describe it. Try to use as many of the senses as you can; taste, smell, sight, ...

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Simple Outline Structure for Writing Better Reports

Simple Outline Structure for Writing Better Reports
13 May 2011

Writing If you create reports and info-products for your online business they need to be informative and have some kind of structure. Your reports are your presentation to the world. They need to be well written. Remember in school when you had to write reports and you thought there was no way you’d ever need that knowledge in life. In fact, some of us thought it was downright useless. But later you discover you can make money online by writing ...

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Quick Edit and Revision Tips

Quick Edit and Revision Tips
12 Apr 2010

Writing Revisions and edits are part of the writing process–there’s no way around it. But it’s also good practice to help improve your writing skills. The more you edit your own writing the easier it is to see your weak points and avoid them in the future. It helps you to write stronger. Good editing skills give you a professional edge. People will be more likely to consider you an authority if you edit your work to remove everything ...

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What is Plot? Can it Help My Non-Fiction Writing?

What is Plot? Can it Help My Non-Fiction Writing?
24 Mar 2010

Writing Here at BloggingTips.com I generally focus my writing towards non-fiction writers and bloggers. But I am aware that many fiction writers also blog and visit the site. In my post, Using Fiction Writing to Improve Your Non-Fiction Writing, I suggested studying fiction to improve your non-fiction writing. Today I want to cover what some call the most important aspect of fiction writing; the plot. Why do some writers feel this is the most important? ...

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The Art of Writing with Personality

The Art of Writing with Personality
19 Mar 2010

Writing I’ve recently written about being too wordy in your writing and using a process to improve your writing. “Write tight” has been the rule of thumb and “written in stone” advice for many generations in the writing world. Writing for the web has changed that concept somewhat. Writing for the web is less formal than writing for magazines and newspapers. Online writers are allowed to show the readers their personal side ...

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The Writing Process

The Writing Process
17 Mar 2010

Writing Anything that can make writing easier is a blessing, but many writers often approach it by the seat of their pants. There’s nothing wrong with that. Adding some structure to the writing process can make the work move along more smoothly though. Many writers, who use structure, follow certain steps when planning or preparing to write: 1. Determine your audience or purpose. 2. Research: Gather facts and information. 3. Organize the ...

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