How To Write and Publish A Successful Ezine Article

Written by Mark Flavin

The ezine article is of major importance torepparttar world of Internet marketing. It is a great way of list owners to provide great content for free to there subscribers and an excellent my for internet marketers to get there name out there and get some exposure for there websites, free.

Tips for writing an ezine article:

1) Don't blindly dive in and start writing, do some research and make sure all your information is correct.

2) Once you have thought of a title, write it inrepparttar 138826 certain of a blank sheet of paper. Then jot down your information in lines that radiate out from your title. This technique is called 'Mind Mapping' and it's a very effective way of organizing your ideas.

3) To get ideas for you article look at previous articles in relation to your topic, crawl throughrepparttar 138827 search engines and find as much information onrepparttar 138828 topic as possible as well as using your own person experience of course.

4) Atrepparttar 138829 end of your article, attach a 5- or 6-line 'Resource Box' that includes your website URL and/or your email address.

5) When you have finished your article, do NOT send it off straight away. Let it lie fallow for 2 or 3 days and then come back and read it again. You'll be amazed atrepparttar 138830 improvements you can make. Those final improvements are what makerepparttar 138831 difference between an article that gets published and one that doesn't.

Tips for submitting your ezine article:

1) Here are some great places to submit your ozone article

Focused Content Still "King" Online

Written by Jim Edwards

Ever notice how some websites grab your attention and hold if for hours, even torepparttar point where you must consciously drag yourself away fromrepparttar 138794 monitor?

In an age when websites truly rate a "dime a dozen," discovering a really great website feels more like finding a $10 bill onrepparttar 138795 sidewalk than merely surfingrepparttar 138796 Internet.

Whether their creators did it on purpose or not, virtually all successful websites sharerepparttar 138797 following characteristics:

First, every good website focuses on a specific, narrow, "niche" audience.

Imaginerepparttar 138798 difference between a light bulb and a laser beam.

Both provide light, butrepparttar 138799 laser focuses its light with pinpoint precision, whilerepparttar 138800 light bulb diffuses its light in every direction.

In other words, successful websites don't try to sell cooking supplies to people interested inrepparttar 138801 latest fishing or hunting equipment.

They specifically provide content on exact topics of interest to their target audience, instead of trying to offer all things to all people.

Second, withrepparttar 138802 exception of personal, family, or hobby websites, every website operates withrepparttar 138803 ultimate purpose of turning a profit.

Unfortunately many websites make this their only purpose and, thus, fail miserably in their attempts to succeed online.

We saw how blatantly greedy, self-centered websites failed inrepparttar 138804 "dot-bomb" era... and it got ugly.

Onrepparttar 138805 other hand, successful websites make money as a result of providing products, services, and information of obvious value for their targeted visitors.

They win by puttingrepparttar 138806 needs and desires ofrepparttar 138807 visitors first and get rewarded inrepparttar 138808 process.

Next, virtually every good website shares something in common with successful newspapers and magazines: great headlines!

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