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Are Your Articles High-Quality?
By: Wendy Betterini
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    2006-10-08

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    Writing and distributing articles is fast becoming a popular method of website promotion.

    However, if your articles are not high-quality, you defeat the whole purpose of using articles for promotion. Web publishers are looking for quality information to offer their visitors and subscribers.

    As a web publisher myself, I will not use articles that have a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes. Per the terms of use, publishers are not allowed to alter articles, even if they have the time or inclination to correct all of the errors. If I come across an article with a lot of mistakes, I bypass it, even if the article itself contains a great message. If the author had taken just a little time to clean it up, it would have been perfectly usable.

    While there are benefits to submitting your writing to the article databases alone, the primary goal of submitting articles is to allow other web publishers to use your material, thereby bringing more exposure and traffic to your website. If your articles are sloppy, they will not be used. Here are some general guidelines to writing quality articles:

    Use a clear title - if you write an article about internet marketing, don't just title your article "Internet Marketing." Be clear about the subject of the article. For example, "Ten Ways to Increase Your Sales in Internet Marketing." Remember, the title is what will grab people's attention and encourage them to click through and read your article.

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