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    Quote Originally Posted by datatrond View Post
    1. Quality content (Content is king)
    2. "Teasing" title (must be relevant - otherwise you will lose credability!).
    3. High quality and relevant images.
    4. Make a statement!

    Quality content is important if you would like to gain SERP results.
    Link building & Link baiting is a positive SEO steps that gives you better rankings in the search engines like Google.

    Make the article for human eyes - not only for search engines.
    Yes, "Quality content" is universally accepted as the prime and foremost criterion of a quality article. But what is " quality content"? I think it is informativeness, proper grammar, appropriate spelling, comprehensibility of language and organized presentation that count.

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    I would consider an article as a "quality" one if it satisfies the reader and gives a true picture without any distraction...

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    The main criteria for any kind of writing is clarity. Always write to express and not impress. Thats of foremost importance. Besides write in short sentences. Use simple words.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jyot83 View Post
    The main criteria for any kind of writing is clarity. Always write to express and not impress. Thats of foremost importance. Besides write in short sentences. Use simple words.
    Voicing out your thoughts is the best way to write your article. You don't have to research about what you are about to write because you already know the subject. Articles are written by experts of that field. If not, then you must be a good writer to write things that you are not an expert of the topic.
    BULK Article Writing! Fast Turn-Around Time. Quality Articles!

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    Basic English is required for Content Writing and it also depends for what you are writing.

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    I consider a quality article which satisfies me and my readers.
    And it should be written properly in a good manner.

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    When writing articles it is important to write with your website visitors in mind rather than for search engines. The internet is full of articles written purely with search engine spiders in mind and this is not advised. It is best to use good language and always think of the user. Unique topics of articles are equally important.

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    A quality content is one which answers the problem or giving solution in the form of information to the visitors of your website. If the visitors see what they are searching for, they will perform the action, you are expecting of them.
    Internet business is the best option for risk free start-up cost.
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    Interesting topic, creative, attractive logo, easy to read.it gives information to the reader.and good Keyword.

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    for me --cathcy title , informative and interesting content and SEO friendly
    and the grammmer and correct spelling is the basics

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    Here's my view of a perfect article

    Quality Research done
    Quality Experience shared
    Quality Grammar with no spelling error
    Quality Copy Structure
    Quality Uniqueness, not duplicated
    Quality SEO
    Quality Satisfaction & good reviews from readers.

    Nah.... Not possible.Or is it?

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    and i want to add one more to all the mentioned above--that is --always having your reader in kind --write for your targeted readers
    u can't satisfy all the people all the time

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    Criteria of a Quality Article :

    1. Captivating title
    2. Well -written
    3. well- researched
    4. STAY FOCUSED ON THE MAIN TOPIC
    5.it should be well organized
    6. broad

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    it should be catchy, full of thoughts not copied from anybody else that's why we have this so called copywrite because it can be subjected in plagiarism checked.

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    if it could touch me or make more think
    i would think it is good one

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    Quote Originally Posted by annbytes View Post
    Criteria of a Quality Article :

    1. Captivating title
    2. Well -written
    3. well- researched
    4. STAY FOCUSED ON THE MAIN TOPIC
    5.it should be well organized
    6. broad
    As you focus on the main topic, the reader can also stay under your "pre-sell" while you promote your products. As the reader finishes reading the article, he would gladly click on your link and go to your site on his own.
    BULK Article Writing! Fast Turn-Around Time. Quality Articles!

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    For me, original, infomative and good writing are my Criteria of a Quality Article.

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    Great comments everyone. Here are a couple points from my experience:

    1) Provocative title
    2) Content that delivers on that title
    3) 3 key points marked by bullets
    4) Actionable key points
    5) Ending that ties back to the title

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    Its subjective, write passionately about a subject that you are interested in and that can constitute a good article.

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    content is the king, but you have not to scare about what will you write about

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    Follow these steps and create a quality article

    1: Flashy titles

    2: Exclusive content

    3: Getty images

    4: Conclude with making a statement.

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    Thomas.1193 you said to use Getty Images. I have never used images in an article. Can you (or anyone else) please explain how (or if) you use images in your article marketing?
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmclark View Post
    Thomas.1193 you said to use Getty Images. I have never used images in an article. Can you (or anyone else) please explain how (or if) you use images in your article marketing?
    Thanks!
    Images can help draw the readers eye to your content and sometimes even help make your point (a picture is worth a thousand words... or so artists say).

    It would have to be a very high-profile article to use Getty Images since they are all VERY, very spendy.

    If you want to use images, I suggest you try either one of the free stock image sites or one of the less expensive sites such as iStock and Fotolia.
    Linda Jenkinson
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    Shyflower, this is an excellent tip and I appreciate your explanation.

    Have you seen pic's used much in an article marketing strategy? Or, more in a blog posting strategy?

    Thanks!

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    I see blogs with lots of pics and using pictures with articles isn't new to writing. Magazines and newspapers have used them for eons to break up their content and draw their readers' focus to it.
    Linda Jenkinson
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