Tools for article writting and marketing

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Can you please suggest me some tools for article writting.

I know the tools for keyword research like google keyword planner

What are the others are you using.

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author kashifraza
    Among all online tools that are aimed at article writing, Quabel is possibly the cleanest and most effective one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by thisisraz65 View Post

    Can you please suggest me some tools for article writting.
    Libraries are a tremendous tool.

    You need to provide in an article some information that people can't find elsewhere online, and just a little bit of library research goes a very long way in achieving that.

    Other essentials are brain-power, knowledge, writing skills, enthusiasm for the niche, some understanding of the market, and a determination to avoid automation and SEO considerations (you need to write for readers, not for search engines - and even visitors who arrive via search engines are about the poorest-quality traffic that articles can ever bring you: to try to combine article marketing with SEO would be a lamentable travesty of its true potential).

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  • Profile picture of the author laurencewins
    Your best tools are your brain, your fingers and your ideas. Use Google and any other sources of information BUT never use article spinning software. You're best doing it yourself because you'll improve your skills over time.

    Read and learn as much as you can about how to write and research. Subscribe to reputable people's blogs and learn from them as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author robsalexander
      Originally Posted by laurencewins View Post

      Your best tools are your brain, your fingers and your ideas. Use Google and any other sources of information BUT never use article spinning software. You're best doing it yourself because you'll improve your skills over time.

      Read and learn as much as you can about how to write and research. Subscribe to reputable people's blogs and learn from them as well.
      Totally agree with Laurence - you don't need anything special, even a text editor that comes standard on any computer will do. You just need a simple outline and half an hour of focus.

      By all means though, definitely use a keyword tool to make sure your article is SEO friendly and never ever use an article spinner. They are the WORST invention known to man... 'Dumb-ifying' the human race faster than they spin the articles (I just made that word up ok - hehe).

      Just get it done!

      Best regards, Rob.
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    Your brain, hands and a decent computer would be enough. You ought to have good writing skills though.
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    • Profile picture of the author rdowell
      I agree with the guys above, Your best tools are your brain, your fingers and your ideas. If you just start writing you will be amazed at how fast you can become fairly good. You already know what looks good you just need practice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by thisisraz65 View Post

    Can you please suggest me some tools for article writting.
    A spell-checker might come in handy.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEO Power
    Spinning and auto generating articles are no-nos in today's SEO world. Focus on writing quality articles or outsourcing them if you can't write or don't have the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author Khondoker
    Take my advise. Don't use tools. Rather improve your article writing skill and speed.
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  • Profile picture of the author mjsing3r
    I highly recommend Microsoft Word or OpenOffice Writer.

    Oh, and thesaurus.com.

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  • Profile picture of the author ScottBeckstead
    I agree with many of the other responses in here. The best articles you can put out are the ones you write yourself. They will come across much more authentic and in turn, bring you and your site more authority.
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    • Profile picture of the author myob
      I used to spend a lot of time with new writers to get them to produce articles up to my expectations of quality. Some tools I used for training them included "The Elements of Style" by William Strunk, "The Associated Press Stylebook", college-level marketing text books, and conventions of writing specific to various niches such as trade associations.

      In my experience it was actually far more effective to find and train writers who also have core competencies in marketing for delivering an engaging style. A much better use of your time IMO would be in training writers and marketing their production to publications targeting your niche and/or demographics.
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  • Profile picture of the author GloriasRosse
    First of all your strong willingness and commitment is required (which includes writing skills & speed).

    Other tools include computer & internet, then reference books.

    All I can say is you need to provide informative and unique content, tools may get change.
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  • Profile picture of the author ethanalvin
    Outsource the article writing. Focus on what you're good at.

    You'll waste a lot of time trying to rack your brains to come out with something.
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  • Profile picture of the author Anthony J Namata
    I was writing an article for a client today, for which I was given specific keyword phrases to use. I ran a search on Google but couldn't quickly come up with anything to trigger an angle for my article. So here's what I did. I ran a search on EzineArticles and voila! I found numerous articles that helped trigger an idea for my article. So I think, in answer to your question, aside from the dictionary, thesaurus and perhaps your keyword locator, you don't need tools for this. You need RESOURCES to trigger IDEAS.
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      Originally Posted by aspic791 View Post

      For article spinning I would go with ...
      I'm sorry to hear it.

      Spinning is a nonsense that's based on a fundamental misunderstanding.

      It's a "solution to a problem that doesn't actually exist".

      A solution of benefit only to people selling spinning software and services (just like one or two of the people above, who posted back in 2009, were doing!).

      "Spinning" is without value. It can damage your business, but it can't help you. Everyone who actually makes a living from article marketing (rather than from supplying spinning software or services) says the same things about spinning. And there are reasons for that.

      The whole thing is based on a fallacy, and a misunderstanding about what "duplicate content" and "syndicated content" mean and signify.

      The value of a backlink doesn't depend on whether the content to which it's attached is "unique" or "previously published": it depends on many other things, but that isn't one of them, and Google says so openly.

      For people open-minded enough to read them, the following six items explain much more, at greater length and in greater detail.
      • this post explains the alleged "benefits" of spinning
      • the first half (or so) of this thread contains a good discussion of what you can gain from spinning articles ("not a lot")
      • the advice on this subject given by so many people throughout most of this thread has been really helpful to many people here
      • on the meaning and significance of "duplicate content", in this context, this little post from expert article marketer Anne Pottinger includes direct quotations from Google's WebMaster Central Blog on the subject (not easy to find a more authoritative source than that!)
      • this little article is also a very useful and accurate explanation of the subject (really)
      • this post, and its links, explain in detail the closely related subject of how article directories really work and why they exist
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  • Profile picture of the author OnTheRun
    I write my owns stuff, i don't like the idea of using article writing software.. I do use a spell checker though, but only if i'm paid to write, for my own articles the browser's spell checker is enough.
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