10 Tips for Submitting a Magazine Article – Successfully

So you want to write an article? Maybe you already have, lots of times, and have had lots of rejections. There may be a very good reason for those rejections (though, to be honest, it may also depend on the editor’s mood, whether the publication has recently done something similar, or the phase of the moon). Here are some ways to tip the balance in your favor: Know the publication. Buy (or at least read) a copy. The whole thing. Look for tone, read letters to the editor, see what readers are interested in. Obtain the publication’s submission guidelines and

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Tips For Writing a Newspaper Article – Do it Like a Pro

1. Know your audience. Just like when writing other types of articles, it’s a must that you know and understand the people who’ll read your copies. Determine the kinds of news that they find interesting and know their level of comprehension so you can easily produce news articles that are tailor-fit to their needs and preferences. 2. Go with controversial issues. As a journalist, you must know that controversy always sell in the field of news writing. So, keep your eyes open for this type of issues and make sure that you’ll be the first one to write about them.

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Format For Writing a Newspaper Article – How to Write News Articles For Broadsheets

You basically have two choices when you want to become a news article writer. It’s either you write for broadsheet or for tabloids. If you want to focus on more serious issues, broadsheets will suit your best. Here’s how you can write articles for them: 1. Choose your stories wisely. As you’re writing for broadsheets, that means that you’re serving people with higher level of education. Your articles will most likely to be read by politicians, businessmen, and young professionals. As such, you need to be very careful when choosing your stories. Your audience generally does not care about local

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