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    • 1.

      Viewpoint Writing 1: Seeing Through Your Character's Eyes

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-05
      Of the many different writing styles, viewpoint writing is probably the one that works best for aspiring writers - but what is it?Viewpoint writing is used extensively in modern novels, especially one...
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      Viewpoint Writing 2: How To Use Your Character's 'Voice'

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-07
      There are some simple rules to remember when writing form a character's viewpoint, yet many forget them. Here's a rundown of some to remember . . .No matter what language you speak, regional accents a...
    • 3.

      Article Writing: How Do You Write For Quality?

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-11
      Article directories receive hundreds of articles daily - but why do some articles perform better than others? In this article we examine some of the reasons.Article writing, for a competent writer, is...
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      How to develop your own writing style

      by Bob Lory - 2006-10-28
      You hear a lot about this or that writer's style, usually because they have developed a signature way of expressing themselves. Hemmingway, Faulkner, Joyce. Columnists Russell Baker, Art Buchwald, Erm...
    • 5.

      Writing: Fact Or Fiction?

      by Steve Dempster - 2006-12-22
      Nearly everyone who wants to be a writer looks at the fiction market as being the way to go - but another, vast market exists. What is it? Let's find out.The minute you mention that you're a writer yo...
    • 6.

      How To Become a Blog Star

      by Jim DeSantis - 2006-12-26
      To make your blog worth reading and revisiting you need to think about the type of content that is suitable for your blog in order to make it readable and, possibly, profitable. First off, I want you ...
    • 7.

      Blog Optimization for Profit - Part 1

      by Jim DeSantis - 2006-12-27
      Optimizing your blog for fun and profit can be a daunting task. There are secret tricks of the trade that separate newbies from techies but that does not mean you cannot do some of it yourself. This a...
    • 8.

      Blog Optimization for Profit - Part 2

      by Jim DeSantis - 2006-12-28
      In Part 1 of this series we optimized your blog to rank well for search results of certain keywords that we inserted into your blog. This is called onpage optimization. Onpage optimization affects you...
    • 9.

      Blog Optimization for Profit - Part 3

      by Jim DeSantis - 2006-12-29
      In Part 2 of this series, we talked about how getting high quality links from authoritative websites in your field can boost your search engine rankings. This time, we're going to explore further into...
    • 10.

      Blog Optimization for Profit - Part 4

      by Jim DeSantis - 2006-12-30
      Getting links from other websites is not the only Free way to attract visitors to visit your blog. This time, we are going to explore alternative methods to attract high quality traffic. The first th...