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Article Submitting Errors

Author : Zachariah Hopland


The most crucial task in the world of marketing and advertising with articles is to make relationships with editors. This is not to say that you should invite them to dinner or even call them on a standard basis. You do have to be polite, reliable and submit quality articles. If achievable, engage the editor in conversation via e-mail and let them know to ask you for additional articles when they have a require. Do not be 1 of those authors that drive editors crazy. For those who do, editors are likely to create positive your articles wind up in the "delete" folder. Follow the best practices below and editors will likely put you at the leading of their "favorite authors" file:

* Be courteous and use expert language when approaching editors. Treat editors the way you expect to be treated.

* Utilizing correct spelling, grammar and punctuation is crucial. Experienced editors will throw out an article with even one of these mistakes.

* Format articles appropriately in a text editor. Never use a traditional word processing program when writing your articles or your format are going to be garbled.

* Stay away from boring titles and boring text. Tell a story, add a twist and have some enjoyable even though writing. Editors really like receiving some thing new and exciting.

* Write only about issues you know. You are not an expert on everything.

* Submit only your own original documents. Don't copy from a person else.

* Read the guidelines and view archived articles to create positive you follow all of the rules.

* Submit on-topic articles only. Today I wasted time obtaining rid of articles about diving, nursing and frugal living. My guidelines clearly state I only accept articles about article submissions!

* Fill out forms completely and incorporate contact data with e-mails.

* Savvy article writers by no means submit articles which are thinly disguised sales letters or advertising.

* Some editors will send you an e-mail when they use your article and some don't. By no means, in no way, never bombard an editor and ask when and if your article will likely be published.

* Eliminate editors from your list promptly when asked. Should you continue to submit when told not to then you are in violation of spam laws.

* Submit only 1 or two articles per week to your list. I know writers who submit dozens of articles a week to their list. This is annoying and can be seen as "spamming" even when you follow all the rules.

Keep in mind that editors are busy folks just like you and me. Don't waste their time, be expert and let them know you appreciate the opportunity to work with them. Carefully cultivate your relationship with editors and your article submission efforts will bloom!


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