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Some Simple Yet Powerful Writing Tips for Newbies

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They say content is king, and in 2012 its true. Not just for the search engines, but also for your visitors. Like I am fond of saying, not many search engine bots visiting your sites carry credit cards and the ability to buy stuff or take the action you want your human visitors to take.

Really, you have to impress your human visitors just as much as as your non human visitors. So yes, the secret is good content.

Here are two tips you need to remember when generating content.

1. Formatting – Use it. Break down your article using bullet points, new lines, bolded parts where appropriate, etc. No one wants to read an unmanageable slab of content that is completely unformatted.

2. Don’t rush – Many people tend to pump out content as quick as they possible can, and as a result the content can be full of typo’s or lack the high quality it could have been if more time was taken. I know I have been guilty of this in the past.

Basically, just consider your readers every time you create content. Pretty basic indeed.

To read the remaining two tips, visit the full writing tips for blog newbies article.

Cheers

Tim

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I am an Android app and games developer, and teacher with 30 years of development experience! And I reveal all my knowledge and secrets in my courses! I spent years as a contract software developer working for government departments, and large prestigious companies like Saab, Mitsubishi, and Fujitsu (to name just a few) in a developer/team lead developer capacity. I am skilled in many development languages including Java, C++, C#, and Objective-C to name a few. For the past 10 years I have been self employed, and now focus exclusively on teaching others how to develop apps for an Android platform and other related technologies (like Java for instance). Over 53,000 students have taken my courses and loved them. Click here to view Tim Buchalka’s courses (current and coming soon ones).

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