Interviews with Well-Known Ezine Writers #1: - Bob Leduc

Written by Michael Southon

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BL: A few of my articles are in eBooks. 32 of them are compiled into a print publication titled, "How To Build A High-Profit Business On A Low-Impact Budget" (

MS: Bob, is there any particular program or software that you find especially useful as an Ezine Writer?

BL: Yes. 2 programs:

#1. MS Word. I use this word processor to write my articles. I created a template withrepparttar formatting I want for writing articles. The built in word count tool helps me controlrepparttar 129617 size of an article as I write. Then I can saverepparttar 129618 article as plain text with line breaks at 60 characters per line ...the format I use for submitting to publishers.

#2: I use WorldMerge by ColoradoSoft to email articles to repparttar 129619 publishers on my list. It creates individual email messages with personalized information merged into each.

MS: It sometimes seems that everything that could possibly be written about has already been written about. What would be your response to that?

BL: Maybe every subject was been written about. But not every aspect of every subject has been covered. Plus,repparttar 129620 world is changing -- FAST. Every change creates more things to write about.

MS: What would you say isrepparttar 129621 single most important style tip for writing a good Ezine Article?

BL: Make your articles easy to read. Use simple, easy to understand words and examples. This is easy if you only write about things you do yourself -- or things you learned yourself by trial and error.

MS: And finally Bob, what would be your advice to someone who wants to write Ezine Articles but has never written forrepparttar 129622 Internet before?

BL: (1) Recognize that most ofrepparttar 129623 articles you read were written by someone just like you. (2) Choose a topic you know a lot about from personal experience ...even if others already wrote articles about it. Then force yourself to start writing YOUR article on that topic.

MS: Thank you Bob.

Michael Southon is the author of the popular new eBook 'Ezine Writer!' Discover how to dramatically increase your Traffic and Sales, starting today: Join his twice-monthly 'e-Profit Tips Newsletter':

The NLP Secret That Makes Your Words Sell

Written by Kris Mills

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