faradina wrote:6. Proofread your article. Once you are satisfied with the result of your reviews/revisions, proofread it for errors in spelling, punctuation, and capitalization.
Cecille L wrote:Writing requires a certain skill but this is a kind of skill that can be learned. One technique you can try is to talk about your subject for about 5 minutes, record yourself as you do so and then transcribe what you've recorded. You can then go over it, make the necessary corrections, re-write some parts and you have an article. This is granted of course that you have knowledge on your topic/niche. If you don't, then read up and research first.
1. Brainstorm for ideas. List your thoughts about the topic as well as ask the questions who, what, when, where, how, and why about it.
2. Research your topic. Go about answering those who, what, when, where, how, and why questions through research.
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