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5 tips for effective re-writing of web content
22nd November 2001
An excellent article that will benefit any writer.
Hold it! Donít send that article! Not just yet!
You may think youíre through writing your article and that itís now ready for publication. But after the writing, youíre not really done.
You might not know it, but you can prune down that 750-word article youíve just finished into one thatís only 500 words or less.
And guess what?
I bet the short version would still be as effective as your original article, if not more.
Writing is all about communicating. Itís about getting your message across to your readers simply, quickly, and effectively.
You donít just send in your first draft to your editor or publish it right away without looking it over first.
Re-writing. Itís the key.
Actually, itís the most crucial step in the writing process.
It can be a frustrating thing to do especially when youíre still in "writer mode" and you believe youíve written a brilliant piece.
But realize this: Re-writing your article will definitely pay off.
So here are 5 re-writing techniques you can use:
Technique # 1:
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Technique # 4:
Technique # 5:
Apply the 5 re-writing techniques on your article and youíll get a leaner, meaner and more polished piece. And that will get your piece published in more ezines and sites!
So...have you just used the 5 techniques on that article you were about to send a while ago?
If you have, then donít keep that article sitting on your computer -- Send it NOW!
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