Looking Back at 2011
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Looking Back at 2011
2011 was all about helping you. The purpose of this whole new look and feel is to provide you with easy access to all the tools you need to drive your article writing efforts to the next level. The EzineArticles Formula wSoutherlandas designed for you to explore our many secrets to success at your own pace with the Home Study course. We broke down the course into Packages and Modules to help you target challenging areas and get ahead!
We also took a look into writing habits, how to cultivate ideas, and integrate these ideas into compelling articles. To take it a step further, we launched the EzineArticles Deck of Cards that is like any ordinary deck of cards with one exception: each card contains a unique article template to provide structure for your next set of quality articles. Similarly, we developed the interactive A tattoo guns rticle Templates on PDF to help flesh out your ideas directly within the template itself!
In addition to all of these innovations, we made our laser-targeted Title Suggestions available right in your email inbox. We upgraded the Article Diagnostic Center to detect dead/broken links and malware links faster than ever before. We expanded our Editorial Guidelines, put the squeeze on over-saturated niches, and took a stand on derivative content. Many of these changes weren't easy, but were necessary for the long-range success of our members and article writing as a whole. In the end we knew it would be our members who would reap the benefits of increased traffic, exposure, and credibility for years to come.
Yes, 2011 was an incredible year and we can wait to share what in store for 2012! Keep checking back here on the Blog for more updates, upgrades, and news. For years it seemed to me the organization was a great group of well-meaning, talented people doing thing and doing it well, but seldom with any flair. It seems that overnight well, since November the organization has become both image conscious and done something about improving its image. Congratulations on a job well done.
Comment provided January 2, 2012 at 12:16 PM
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