Article Writing – You Can’t “Do It” in 15 Minutes
Did someone ever tell you that articles can be written in just 15 minutes? Don't believe it! Writing, even the basic act of writing a letter, is a test of your character, your intelligence and determination. Most of us don't have the capacity to deliver the quality that article writing requires in 8 to 15 minutes. For more detail please visit:- My laptop's "Start" menu points me to the "No Nonsense Article Creator". Kim Haas' software sets an order of gradual and straightforward steps that will produce an article in 15 minutes. To complete that task fast, you must think and work pretty fast. There's a good chance that someone is able to write four articles in an hour, but I've not been able to do it. I laid out this article using "No Nonsense Article Creator". The 15 mins of fame for my article passed an hour before writing this sentence. During a teleconference, I was listening to an Internet marketer who I admire, say, "Just write the article; don't worry about grammar or length. Just write it." I say, write it correctly as well or at least not in any way. Every word speaks volumes about you capabilities, your skills, and your commitment to your article the subject. If you believe that, then your effort is worth more than 15 minutes. If 15 minutes of writing takes too long, Article Marketer offers an 8 minute article writing software. That seems to me odd , given that Article Marketing obliges authors to extremely high standards in content grammar, spelling, and grammar standards. Editors of Article Marketer's "Article Writer" will show you how to write the most requested kind of article that includes lists. You'll also learn to compose your article so that it's correctly formatted and the submission of your article will be effortless!" Sometimes we can "do it" in 15 minutes, however, most of the time you should not. I have used I use the "No Nonsense Article Writer" to create ideas for articles. At this time I'm working on 40 articles with titles as well as basic outline to complete. Using the software helps organize my content, and then I transfer them into PSPad Editor. Whitesmoke can help you write better too. Writing an article requires an idea and thought sequence, as well as research, proof, and justification for any suggested action steps. If you can accomplish everything in 15 minutes I am awestruck. Here's what I believe article writing needs. While it's true that there are many options, using the "No Nonsense Article Creator" and "Article Writer" will get you going. You can write on any topic. You aren't bound by the highest level of knowledge. If you're hoping to become an authority on a certain area, then you should write on that topic. The most fundamental rule for writers is to "write what you know". 1. Create a short outline inside your notepad (always carry a notebook to keep notes on thoughts). Your thoughts will flow. Don't make any edits or stop to reread. Write it down. 2. You can now read and make your outline or flow of your thoughts. Highlight key words that will trigger paragraphs. 3. Keep your paragraphs short and your sentences short. Yesterday I read a 74 word sentence written by an official from the Town. Strunk and Wagall's Elements of Style recommends 7 word sentences. 4. Do not write like you talk. Talk Like You Write. 5. Quote authorities or interview one. 6. Edit...Edit...Edit I don't believe every step is more important than editing. Sometimes, we must let an article go through numerous revisions. If you're able to delay from submitting your article for a few days you'll find a variety of ways to rewrite the article, but eventually you'll have to set that article free. John Updike died Tuesday, January 27, 2009. Updike was a prolific writer of "essays, reviews, short stories, poetry and memoirs," according to CNN. In terms of genre and subject matter Updike's writings made the simplest idea poetic. There's not a chance he used a software program to write an entire book. During the interview for The Academy of Achievement , Updike instructs writers ".. it is important to develop real-world work habits and even if you live a many obligations, try to reserve at least an hour or more -- a per day in which to create. Some very good things have been written on one hour per day...So consider it a serious endeavor. ...." Does a straightforward Internet how-to article aspire to be up to standards similar to those of Updike? Perhaps if online writers produced fewer articles and worked hard on them the more articles would be worth reading. Of course, that advice is for me as well. Echievements Writer's Community is the online article directory for publishers and authors. Articles provide answers to questions using "how to" instructions. The Echievements platform supports and encourages online publication and article syndication for websites, ezines and authors.

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