this is a brilliant idea - there is a site i’m working on to create a fantastic writing resource online w/ classes for basic outlines, grammar in specific niches as well as site promotion and seo tips for the more advance writer. I’ll be adding more as I go… but that’s going to be the gist of it. additionally it will offer work, and it will offer ways and resources for finding work outside the network… hope that i will be able to add it to this list soon.
TheWritersBag.com offers numerous “real-world” writing tips, covering rules, techniques and strategies. The tips are written in a clear, easy-to-understand way, spiced with a bit of humor. There’s no academic gibberish or fluff – just down-to-earth tips to help those who write in their work or personal lives do it effectively and without embarrassment.
Thanks for sharing those links, writing powerful articles or web content is not easy (especially if you are not a writer :)) and having some extra resources that help you on that is always appreciated.
I think that choosing the right content makes the difference between success and failure on the internet.
I absolutely love Copyblogger.com, in particular their series on writing good headlines.
The link above leads directly to the headline posts, which are priceless and also free. After I read those posts I went back to ezinearticles and fixed the headlines of several of my existing articles and resubmitted them - and DOUBLED the page views AND the clickthrough rates. Without changing the actual article at all.
Learning how to write effective headlines is an absolutely vital skill in the internet marketing world.
If you’re a web publisher that researches your articles, you might be interested in high beam encyclopedia. They have a lot of material from fresh new sources. Some is free and some is not, but unlike other such resources, they have both a yearly and a monthly payment plan.
I use copyscape for all the new pages I create for any site, to be sure that is no similar text on the net (according to Copyscape.com of course)…I do this only once the SEO work is finished…other thing that I always do is to validate the page on w3.org