How To Write an Ezine Article

Written by John Mussi

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6. Writerepparttar Ezine Article

A basic mistake that all novice writers make is that they charge through their content as if there is no tomorrow. They then get disillusioned withrepparttar 136098 work and just give up. Whatever you write does not have to be done all at once. Learn to pace yourself. Take tea breaks or go for walks. You will be surprised at how ideas can materialise and develop whilst enjoying a walk.

7. Proof-read Ezine Article

Having finishedrepparttar 136099 article most writers will try to submit it and then wonder why it has been rejected. All content needs to be proofed to ensure that it makes sense, is grammatically correct and that it hasrepparttar 136100 correct spelling. This process is both time consuming and demanding but there are no shortcuts, it has to be done.

8. Check spelling

Publishers will not accept articles with spelling mistakes. Majority of word processors nowadays have Spell Checking software. Failing that use a dictionary. There is no excuse for submitting work with spelling mistakes.

9. Proof-read Ezine Article again

Once you have checkedrepparttar 136101 article twice, get someone else to read it. Does it make sense to them? Do they understand it? Do not feel threatened or embarrassed by other people’s comments.

10. Submit Ezine Article

Once you are happy with your article you can approach publishers. Ensure that you adhere torepparttar 136102 publishers submission rules otherwise your article will be rejected even before it gets seen by an editor.

Hope that this has helped. Good luck with your writing.

You may freely reprint this article providedrepparttar 136103 author's biography remains intact:

John Mussi is the founder of Direct Online Loans who help UK homeowners find the best available loans via the website.

How To Publicize Your E-zine Online

Written by Chip Rowe

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You also can add your zine torepparttar many ezine directories, but most don't produce much traffic. If you haverepparttar 135753 time and patience, start with our free list of zine directories at and look forrepparttar 135754 "Directories" category. It includes directories that list specialty zines such as literary zines, fan fiction, indie music and even one-word titles.


Some zine editors include a sign-up form on their page where visitors can leave their e-mail addresses. This allowsrepparttar 135755 editor to compile a mailing list of people who are interested inrepparttar 135756 content ofrepparttar 135757 zine, and he or she can send notice whenrepparttar 135758 Webzine has been updated. However, sending your ASCII text zine unsolicited via e-mail to a whole bunch of people is a bad idea. You can join a service that will automatically notify visitors who sign up when you update your page. There's more information at


Some e-zines carry advertisements, usually inrepparttar 135759 form of banner exchanges. You can arrange local banner exchanges with like-minded zine editors, or join a service such as LinkExchange. Usually for every banner ad you display for another site, you get 1/2 credit withrepparttar 135760 service. Each credit means your banner ad is displayed on another site. The services offering banner ad exchanges are getting more sophisticated with targeting where your ads are placed. You might also consider joining a Web Ring. For more information, visitrepparttar 135761 Webring home page at

Chip Rowe ( is the author of The Book of Zines: Readings from the Fringe. An HTML version of this document, including more links, is available at

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