Home: Authors: Steve Shaw

Status: Member since February 18, 2010
Location: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
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This article provides realistic answers to commonly asked questions related to driving traffic to a brand new website or newly marketing an existing website. If you're new to article marketing, you need to read this article. Knowing what to expect can help you stay focused on the long term goal and keep at it long enough to see the fruits of your labors.
Are you ever stumped on what to write about? I've got some good news for you: You have more article ideas than you realize. Most likely, you have several article ideas right under your nose on your own website or in your business. This article shares tips for finding hidden article ideas.
Why would you pass up the opportunity to reap the full rewards of article marketing by just slapping together any old resource box (author bio) at the last minute? Your resource box is the one place where you can try to lure readers to your website. By taking some extra effort on the front end, you will be rewarded later on. This article teaches 7 tips for crafting an effective resource box.
This article shares a writing trick that allows you to keep your momentum flowing so that you don't have to go through "blank page syndrome". In the same way that professional writers create a cycle of writing momentum by arranging their writing so that they never (or rarely) have to look at a blank page, so you can use what I call an "article skeleton" to rid yourself of the dreaded blank page syndrome.
Writing articles for the internet poses unique challenges that print articles don't face. There are special tricks you can use to adapt your writing style to suit internet readers. With this in mind, here are 10 tips for writing web-friendly articles:
Do you ever dread sitting down to write because you're just not sure what to write about? When you're doing article marketing, you need to create a steady flow of articles. Even if you feel stumped, I assure you--you have more creative writing ideas in you. You just need a little help in looking at your topic in a new way to come up with new writing ideas. Use these 15 article ideas to start your next brainstorming session.
You can submit articles and still see excellent results without having the first idea about what a link is, but at some point your curiosity might make you wonder, "Links-What are they?" This article is a simple explanation of what a link is and how it works.
Have you ever felt like you didn't know what to write about when creating articles for article marketing? We all go through dry periods, but the good news is that if you have a blog, you have a ready source of articles. Try this: Publish posts on your blog, and then the following month turn those blog posts into articles. This article teaches 3 steps that will allow you to rework your blog posts into new articles.
Sometimes you just need a jump start in the creativity department when coming up with article topics. We all get stumped for ideas sometimes, and it's extremely helpful to have a list of "idea starters" to help get our creative juices flowing so that we can think up our next batch of article topics. Here are 10 article topics to help boost your creativity:
It can be mentally taxing to try to come up with new ideas for articles. After a while you may feel like you’ve written about every aspect of your subject that you possibly can. Here’s some good news--you don’t always need to come up with new writing ideas. Sometimes all you need to do is look at your previous articles and go more in depth. This article teaches you how to get your next 5 article topics from looking at your last 5 articles.