Learnhomebusiness.com - Free Article Marketing Guide & Article Writing Tips                                     Learnhomebusiness.com - Article Writing Resources

Article Marketing Guide Articles

 

Back To
Article Marketing Guide Index Page

Article Marketing Secrets - Free Video Download

Download the Article Marketing Secrets Videos For FREE!

The easy, proven and simple way to churn out high quality articles that ensures a long term residual traffic!

 

Grab -$1000 Value 
Gift Series -Free!

 

Discover All About Article Marketing & Article Writing!

   

Welcome to Article Marketing Guide & Article Writing! 

Article to Video Converter In Seconds
 

A Writers Glossary Part Three


Spin Rewriter Pro V.5.0 Gets People
Over 139,000 Visitors In Just 3 Months
And It Will Do The Same For You...
Slaughter Your Competition!

Article Marketing Tools

Head Over To The...
#1 Article Writing Tool On The Internet

 

Find definitions from Q to Z...

~~~~~~~~~~~ Q ~~~~~~~~~~~

Query -
A letter written by a writer asking an editor if she is interested in a piece on a certain topic. This is not the same as a cover letter. A Query introduces the idea, outlines your qualifications for writing it, and lists your previously published pieces.

~~~~~~~~~~~ R ~~~~~~~~~~~

Reader -
A person who reads unsolicited manuscripts for an editor, usually for the purpose of weeding out those manuscripts that are unwanted.

Reading Fee -
A charge to the author ostensibly for the purpose of defraying the cost of time spent reading the author's manuscript or the hiring of readers. Too often, these charges may constitute the only business income or a significant portion thereof.


Royalty -
Payment by publisher that is an agreed upon percentage of the book's earnings.

Royalty Publisher -
A publisher who pays the author.

RT -
Response time. Generally, the turnaround time required to hear back from a publisher based upon when the manuscript was submitted.

~~~~~~~~~~~ S ~~~~~~~~~~~

SASE -
A self-addressed, stamped envelope. SASEs are required if the author wishes to receive an answer from an editor. The SASE should be large enough and carry enough postage to return the manuscript if it is rejected. If the author doesn't want the manuscript returned, a note to that effect should be included, but a letter-sized SASE is still required for the editor's response. If the author requests any information from the editor, such as writer's guidelines, an SASE should be enclosed.

Second Rights -
The rights you sell to a publication for your work that has already been published somewhere else.

SF/F/H -
Abbreviation for science fiction/fantasy/horror, generally used to indicate what genres the publication accepts as submissions.

Short Short -
Fiction under 1000 words.

Short Story -
Fiction under 10,000 words but usually less than 7,500. In Sci Fi it's less tha 7,500 words. Check submission guidelines because they are individual for each publisher.

Side Bar -
Nonfiction such as extra info, tips, or hints that are put aside from the main article, usually for magazines. You may get extra pay if you can include this.

Simultaneous Submissions -
Submitting a work to several publishers at the same time. Some publishers accept simultaneous submissions, others will refuse to even look at them. The author should always state when a work is being submitted to more than one publisher.

Slipstream -
A story that describes a genre that does not fit into any one particular genre.

Slug line -
(1)a journalism term for the identifying tag of a story, (2)a line in a screenplay describing a new scene.

Slush Pile -
A stack of unsolicited manuscripts that have arrived at an editor or publisher's office. These manuscripts will usually be read - unless the editor or publisher specifically states they will not read unsolicited works - but with less speed, interest, or enthusiasm than works submitted on spec or other request.

Sonnet -
A fourteen line poem, usually a lyric in iambic pentameter.

Speculative Humor -
Humorous fiction with a foundation of fantasy, horror, or science fiction.

Stanza -
A group of lines in a poem that form a thematic or metrical paragraph.

Sub-genre -
An additional categorization of a particular genre.

Submission Guidelines -
Guidelines given by the publisher or the editor for submitting manuscripts or queries to the publisher.

Subsidiary Rights -
Sales of your book by your agent or publisher to other outlets such as movie studios, foreign publishers, book clubs, or magazines. If the publisher sells these rights, proceeds are split with the author (usually 50/50). If the agent sell these rights, the author keeps all the proceeds except the agent's commission.

Subsidy/Vanity Publisher -
A publisher that requires an author to pay for the publication of his or her work.

Synopsis -
A brief summary of a work. Depending on the length of the piece, the synopsis make be from one paragraph to several pages long. The synopsis is not the same as an outline, as it rarely carries elements such as chapter headings.

~~~~~~~~~~~ T ~~~~~~~~~~~

Tagline -
The identification of the speaker in dialogue. (For example: ?She said?)

Tearsheets -
Another word for Clips - or a copy of your work that has been published.

Trade book -
A paperback or hardcover book which usually covers a special interest, and is marketed directly to the layperson.

Trim Size -
The outer dimensions of the finished book.


~~~~~~~~~~~ U ~~~~~~~~~~~

Unsolicited Manuscript -
A manuscript send to an editor or publisher without it being requested. Unsolicited manuscripts normally end up on the slush pile.

~~~~~~~~~~~ V ~~~~~~~~~~~

Vanity Publisher -
A publisher that charges you to publish your book.

~~~~~~~~~~~ W ~~~~~~~~~~~

Work-for-hire -
A piece of writing that is written to an editor or publisher's request and all rights to the work belong to the publication. The writer gives up the copyright to this work and can never receive additional income from it, even if it is resold.

~~~~~~~~~~~ Y ~~~~~~~~~~~

YA -
Young Adult -13 to 22, between 20,000 and 45,000 words.

YW -
Young Writer between the ages of 12 and 22.

? Danielle Hollister (2004) is the Publisher of the Free Ezine for Writers featuring news, reviews, and continuously updated links to the best resources for writers online like - freelancing & jobs, markets & publishers, literary agents, classes & contests, and more... Read it online at - http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art157.asp

 

 

 

Article Marketing Tools - Cheap And Efficient


More On Article Writing & Article Marketing

5 Easy Ways To Power Article Writing!
Writing an article doesn’t just mean putting down thoughts into words then typing and writing it. You have to capture the interest of your readers and get them to keep on reading....
Click here to read..


Making Money with Articles: Letting Others Use Your Articles
When writing articles for your website or as free content, make sure that it is a length that is optimal for search engine...
Click here to read..


Making Money with Articles: Free Article Content
Use articles drawn from free content directories to get visitors to their site and augment their income... Click here to read..

 

Back to Article Marketing Main

Back to Home

.............................................................................................................

 

article writing - Google News

How do you write a Taylor Hall trade article? - The Copper & Blue (blog)

View Original Article Thu, 30 Jun 2016 14:17:32 GMT

The Copper & Blue (blog)

How do you write a Taylor Hall trade article?
The Copper & Blue (blog)
I could take the mature, grateful approach by writing an article summarizing what Taylor Hall has meant to Oiler fans and expressing my appreciation for all that he's done and how committed he was to staying in Edmonton until things got good. That's a ...

and more »

'Writing while White' article sparks controversy - Fusion

View Original Article Wed, 08 Jun 2016 15:05:05 GMT

'Writing while White' article sparks controversy
Fusion
You probably haven't heard of Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA) Magazine. The ?library magazine serving those who serve young adults? has been around since 1978, and caters to a niche population of YA librarians, authors and enthusiasts. It's the kind of ...

Lindsay Lohan writing a book on 'how to overcome obstacles' - New York Daily News

View Original Article Thu, 30 Jun 2016 16:07:00 GMT

New York Daily News

Lindsay Lohan writing a book on 'how to overcome obstacles'
New York Daily News
Once-troubled ?Mean Girls? alum Lindsay Lohan is ?in the process of writing a book,? she told Vanity Fair in an email interview published Thursday. ?I am very excited to share my personal experiences in life and how to overcome obstacles,? she said. ?I ...
Lindsay Lohan on Turning 30, Having Kids and Overcoming ObstaclesPeople Magazine
Lindsay Lohan Is Writing a Book About Her ''Personal Experiences'' and How to ''Overcome Obstacles''E! Online
Lindsay Lohan Is Writing a Book About 'How to Overcome Obstacles'TheWrap
Fox News -Fortune
all 57 news articles »

Why Handwriting Is Still Essential in the Keyboard Age - New York Times (blog)

View Original Article Mon, 20 Jun 2016 10:45:42 GMT

New York Times (blog)

Why Handwriting Is Still Essential in the Keyboard Age
New York Times (blog)
Last year in an article in The Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, Laura Dinehart, an associate professor of early childhood education at Florida International University, discussed several possible associations between good handwriting and academic ...

article writing - Yahoo News Search Results

Liam Payne Now Writing Post-Zayn 1D Songs: Guess Next Album Title

View Original Article Tue, 14 Apr 2015 04:13:33 -0700
If you have been looking forward to the followup album to Four, Liam Payne has good news for you. Revealed on his Twitter account on April 13, Liam Payne states, ?Huge day of writing so excited the team never stop!? Liam Payne?s second tweet was, ?1st day writing the album it?s gunna be a great Liam Payne Now Writing Post-Zayn 1D Songs: Guess Next Album Title is an article from: The Inquisitr News

Report: Rolling Stone rape article 'journalistic failure'

View Original Article Sun, 05 Apr 2015 18:08:18 -0700
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Rolling Stone magazine retracted a widely discredited article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia after a top journalism school issued a scathing report Sunday concluding it had failed to meet proper journalistic standards.

Left Bank Writers Retreat Offers a Paris Literary Tourism and Writing Workshop Travel Adventure for June 2015

View Original Article Mon, 13 Apr 2015 00:17:11 -0700
A Paris literary tourism opportunity, the Left Bank Writers Retreat allows writers to follow in the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway and others while finding inspiration and writing techniques to inform their own work. The six-day small-group writing workshop, held annually in Paris each June, combines a hands-on writing salon with literary experiential travel adventures. (PRWeb April 13, 2015 ...

The Best Management Article Of 2014

View Original Article Thu, 26 Mar 2015 08:52:28 -0700
Share buybacks destroy our economy: their root cause must be removed

writing articles - BingNews

Thomas Kail to Direct FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Film Adaptation with Steven Levenson Writing the Script

View Original Article Thu, 28 May 2020 11:53:00 GMT
Thomas Kail is set to direct a film adaptation of Fiddler On The Roof for MGM, according to Deadline! Steven Levenson will write the script for the Tony Award winning musical that opened on Broadway ...

Weinstein Accuser Sarah Ann Masse Co-Writing #MeToo Drama 'R Culture' (Exclusive)

View Original Article Thu, 28 May 2020 08:17:00 GMT
"There is a lot of me in this script," Masse tells The Hollywood Reporter about the feature film that fellow writer Alexa Polar will direct.

Writing a successful grant request will help you find funds your business needs

View Original Article Thu, 28 May 2020 15:00:00 GMT
Business owners can use grant funding to develop a new product or service, reach a new group of customers, or navigate a challenging economic environment. Competing for grant fund ...

My 5 favorite homes, through years of writing the 'At Home With' column

View Original Article Thu, 28 May 2020 13:09:38 GMT
Longtime At Home With writer Joanne Kempinger Demski has seen it all when it comes to houses. Here, she talks about the five most memorable ones.

 

 

 

You Will Need this Page
Again! Click Here to

Now!

Copyright  www.learnhomebuiness.com. All Rights Reserved.