- Make an interactive start to your article by using a catchy topic for your text. And the topic must be reflected in the introductory sentences of the article, no beating about the bush or fluffing words.
- The H1 heading should be followed by a crisp opening sentence that gives a brief overview of the entire article. Telling a reader what information to expect in the article at the beginning is an effective way to improve writing style and it complements SEO.
- Avoid writing in textblocks. Smart usage of the H2 and H3 headings and subheadings is highly appreciated. However, breaking down the article into subheadings shouldn’t attenuate the original flow of the article. It must remain informative and relevant at all times.
- Avoid over-emphasizing a single idea or perspective throughout the text. Dedicate a brief space to each heading and subheading, and wind up the message in the given space. This shall help you cover a multitude of perspectives and ideas in a single article.
- We highly recommend keeping the keywords density strictly between 1% and 2% throughout the article. Going above or below the mentioned range is not acceptable as it either over-utilizes or under-utilizes the keyword.
- As a general literary requirement, it is much preferred if you keep an activevoice tone throughout the article. But to keep things natural, you may add a few passive-voice sentences but make sure the density of these does not exceed 10% of the whole text.
- Repetition of an idea, vocabulary, or concept does not go unnoticed and spoils the entire theme of writing, which is why we strongly advise against it.
- Only make use of the most authentic and reliable external sources for reference in your article, the reference links must belong to a high-domain website. But the links you add must be non-business and non-competitive.
- The use of transition words is highly appreciated. And as a rough estimate, over 30% of the sentences in your text should begin with a transition word. It brings an article into its natural flow and cuts down the chances of a bore-read.
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