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How To Write Quality Articles

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by SilverMovieDownloads, Aug 25, 2011.

  1. SilverMovieDownloads

    SilverMovieDownloads Power Member

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    Hello Fellow Blackhatters,

    And Today i am going to show you how to produce a quality article in about 45 minutes.

    Steps

    1.) Write A Title On Your Niche Like Say My Niche Is Weight I would write
    'The Questions And Answers On Losing Weight' And Make sure (Important) it has questions and answers like my title.

    2.) Write A introduction like ' This Article Will Provide You With The Best Questions And Answers On Losing Weight. Keep On Reading To Learn More.'
    You don't have to use my one, try to be creative and try to make the intro persuading.

    3.) Then this what i would do i would go to yahoo answers and search my keyword 'losing weight' then you will find lots of questions on my niche find one.

    4.) once you find one copy the question and the answer you think is the most INFORMATIVE don't choose an answer that has 1 or 2 words get the most informative and useful answer.

    5.) Now paste the question and the answer underneath the title and intro, now just rewrite the answer into your own words, you can use thebestspinner or any other rewriter program. I mainly use my Computer Thesaurus and phrase replacement, you can also rewrite the question if you want to make it look more unique.

    6.) Rinse And Repeat Copy Questions and Answers And Rewrite Them.

    7.) I Usually Stop When I Have 500 words of Unique Content.

    Hope This Helped :)
     
  2. BigMarcusStud

    BigMarcusStud Senior Member

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    The title should be "How To Spin High Quality Articles"

    Spinning vs Writing? Boatload of difference.