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Want to write an essay without too much effort? Now you can!

What is the easiest way to write an essay?

Sit down and make an outline.

Why would I make an outline? I need to write an essay.

Think of it as chapter headings. You start with the title of the essay, then list your main points.

I don’t know the main points.

OK, you’ll need to research the topic to learn about it, if you don’t already know about it.

That starts with a Google search. Though I often see essays for download.

That’s cheating.

That’s one of the results of the search. Some of them are even on sites that let me get it for free with login.

Teachers have plagiarism checkers to see if you’ve used someone else’s essay.

So I’ll rewrite it.

Why not write it yourself? It’s about as much work, and you don’t risk an F for stealing someone else’s work.

It isn’t theft it is free or I pay for the article.

Start at Wikipedia instead of Google. That’s a good place to research a topic.

Good point. It has references I can use.

Yes, you can cite their references.

And I can rewrite their article.

Many professors put in specific questions to force you to address a sub-topic that aren’t in standard essays. It’s an anti-cheat measure.

So I research the sub-topic and write about that, in addition to whatever sources I use.

List the topics to cover in the essay. Then list your details underneath it, such as arguments and facts to back it up.

Why do they make you learn how to write essays? No one does this in real life.

Business reports, letters to the editor, financial reports, public debates —

I should just list my text message argument with someone on the topic. That has plenty of arguments.

Then you’ll convince the teacher you have no spelling or grammar skills in addition to an inability to research and write.
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What to do if someone copy my blog post article

In this video you will know about what to do if someone copy my blog post article.
My Original Post :
isme aap janenge ki agar aapke article ko koi copy karke wo apne website ya blog par paste kar deta hai to aap kaise aap isko solve kar sakte hai.
#blogging #DMCA #Business

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Video Rating: / 5 Here’s the 8th part of our series on making article marketing work for you, I call it, Resource Box Secrets.

Article marketing is a great way to use simple little articles to drive traffic to your web site. If you’re new to the concept, this is how it works (nutshell version):

Write an article of 300-700 words that deals with a topic your target market is interested in. For example, if your target market is new parents, an article on getting babies to sleep through the night, or an article on store-bought diaper alternatives would be things new parents might care about.

At the end of the article is a paragraph that’s known as the bio box, or resource box. Many people use that to tell about the author of the article.

That’s fine for stroking your ego, but it’s the kiss of death for making sales.

Articles used for marketing purposes are a bit of a different animal than articles you might find in a magazine. They both need to be well-written, but when someone is done reading an article you’re using for marketing, you want them to take another action…

…and click through to your web site.

You know the old show business adage, “Always leave them wanting more!” — that’s how you should write your articles. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think you should just tease people in an article and then offer the real solution on your web page — you should give good value in your article.

But in a few hundred words you obviously can’t go into too much detail. And that’s where your resource box comes into play.

If your article was well-written and provided value to the reader, they will already be primed to want more information. A good resource box will give them a reason to click the link.

A bio box that says, “Jane Doe has been a parent for 14 years and is the president of Moms and Kids Play Group blah blah blah…” may build some credibility for the author, but doesn’t do anything toward the ultimate goal — getting a click to your web site.

On the other hand, if an article on getting a baby to sleep through the night ended with something like this…

“Click here to get a free copy of ’21 Tips To Keep Your New Baby From Driving You Insane’ at Jane Doe’s New Baby Tips web site. Download your copy right away and put the tips to work for you immediately!”

…don’t you think the reader is very likely to click on that link? You bet!

Sure, as an author it’s nice to put something in there about how great you are, but do you want status or do you want sales? An article for marketing purposes is a “direct response” type of ad which means we want the reader to RESPOND after reading the article.

And that means making sure there’s a great reason for the reader to click that link and get to the web site where we can then go for the sale.

As Christopher Knight, CEO of puts it, the body of the article is your “give,” and the bio box is your “take.”

Make sure what you’ve given to the reader has enough value that they’re chomping at the bit to click on the link in your take.

Using a resource box that gets the click is the difference between just writing articles, and real article marketing.
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In this lesson, you can learn how to write an email in English.
Do you need to write emails at work? Are you worried that your emails aren’t clear, or that you make mistakes in English? In this lesson, you can see a how to write clear, natural-sounding emails easily and quickly.
We’ll show you how to write an email in English from beginning to end, in simple, clear steps that you can follow right now!

You can see the full version of this free lesson here:

1. How to Start Your Email 0:44
2. Explaining Why You’re Writing 2:52
3. Adding Details to Your Email 5:40
4. Adding a Call to Action to Your Email 9:33
5. Adding a Sign-off to Your Email 12:57
6. Writing an Email in English 14:42

This lesson will help you:
– Write clear email greetings.
– Begin an email by explaining why you are writing.
– Add details to your email.
– Move between ideas in your email.
– Use a call to action to discuss the main idea of your email.
– Learn how to sign off, or close, your email.
– Practice writing an email in English using examples.

Visit our website to see more, free English lessons like this one:

A big thank you to the Alphabet translation team from Syria for the Arabic captions!

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For an article on how to write someone’s name on something.
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How To Write a Feature Article Story About Someone
Learn the art of how to successfully interview & turn facts into a written feature story that your readers will love.
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