For online article writers one of the easiest ways to get new ideas to write on or a new spin of an old topic is to participate in Blogs or Internet Forums. You will often find yourself in debate on a subject or issue and can use this to formulate ideas for your next series of articles.
Recently I participated in a Blog Topic about online article websites and the fact that some online article writers will use purposeful miss spellings on their titles to increase “click thru” rates from search engine users who miss a key stroke or miss spell a word. You see, I am an online article writer but actually I really do not care so much about this issue. I was just using this dialogue to write some articles and was running low on content for the week. Through this Blog post I wrote 16 articles on the subject and thank everyone for their help in diving into all the aspects of this issue with me. The research is useful for the 16 articles I wrote on the subject. Here is what I really think of the issue after playing the Devil’s Advocate against the rule;
I truly believe that if authors are purposefully gaming the search engines and miss spelling words in their titles to use trickery for “Click Thrus” that it should not be allowed. I believe we should refrain from setting up a artificial intelligent “bot” or program to spell check, because of Industry Buzz Words and Create-a-Word techniques to gather a readers interest. I do in fact believe that purposefully miss spelled titles make the site look very unprofessional and is a detractor.
Perhaps you might use this technique to develop content to write on in the future? Often online article writer complain of running out of things to write about or even claim writer’s block. Well one way to break this is to participate on Blogs and Internet Forums you see? Consider this in 2006.
"Lance Winslow" - Online Think Tank forum board. If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/. Lance is a guest writer for Our Spokane Magazine in Spokane, Washington
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