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Article Writing Tips – Give More Examples for Readers – SEO Tips # 360

Always remember that People like examples.

One of the best ways to get a particular point across to your readers is to give them examples. Let them know how you and others have benefited from the information, product or service that you are writing about.

Explain in detail what effect it could have on their lives or businesses if they listen to what you have to say. Be helpful and informative. Never assume that your readers will just automatically make a connection, but be descriptive and spell it out so no guess work is required.

Try not to ever hype up your examples to much or they can end up sounding like a sales pitch instead of useful advise.

In time you will find that your readers can honestly get to know you through your writing. But in the beginning, don’t forget to reassure your reader.

When you are offering the solution to a problem in your article be sure to reassure your reader. Let them know that if they follow your advice they can not only solve the problem but they can also avoid it ever happening again in the future.

Some people when they first start writing, only write to sell. But you want your readers to know that you care and you don’t publish things just to try and make a quick buck.

Again use examples to tell them that everything worked out with the problem for yourself and others by using the same advise and reassure and that it will for them too.

cross posted from Abdulmalick.com

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How does writing articles not run into the problem with duplicate content?

Articles are the same as news. They come under the rules that apply to “syndicated content.”

They are both 100% white hat and search engines understand that both articles and news are created for the purpose of “syndication.”

Genuine articles are “written” to be published across many Web sites and they will never be penalized for duplicate content.

Duplicate content penalties primarily are triggered by people who may, for example only use the same content over and over just switching out a few keywords but not really writing anything that is original.

In short, some people are attempting to use the same old content over and over without ever really creating anything new or original.

If you are looking for short cuts, or grey area stuff, then your articles will definitely be penalized by the search engines.

But if you want more proof that search engines believe in and support ”article distribution” and understand the value of “syndication,” then check out the Search Engines “Creative Commons Areas.”

Both Yahoo and Google have Creative Commons areas where they not only will accept your articles but they encourage others to ”search for” and “use your original articles” so long as they follow the terms and conditions under the creative common license.

“If” article marketing was “duplicate content” or truly deemed as Spam, then why would the search engines themselves be offering up and also encouraging you to publish other people work?

Writing genuine, high quality articles will never get you penalized for “duplicate content” as long as you are doing it correctly. The search engines understand that both “articles” and “news” are fresh content that is meant for syndication.

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SEO Tip #23 – SEO Content Writing and Copyrights

After all, as SEOs we are all creating content for the Web. Did you know when your create any originally written work, you automatically own the copyright?

In fact over 200 years ago, the courts recognized that authors of any originally written work for personal correspondence hold full property rights in their expression. So when you create something original, you own the copyright and it not only includes articles, but it is true for your Web content or even correspondence that is sent by e-mail too.

Under common-law copyright, authors hold a right to control whether their correspondence is published to third parties. This is a common-law protection of “private expression” and is nearly absolutely, immune from any defense of “fair use.”

Accordingly, the routine practice of email forwarding would violate  principles of common-law copyright.”

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