How To Write Articles Like An Expert With A Free Writing Tool

How To Write Articles Like A Pro

Learning how to write articles like a pro is easier than you think.

You don’t need to be an experienced writer, a grammar whiz, or an expert on search engine optimization (SEO).

There are lots of free tools available now to help new writers. Writing terrific articles is all about getting your message across to a reader.

You have something important to say, and you want to share it online with people.

Use free tools to write articles

Yes, a lot of people use Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or another word processor.

But forget about using them for writing articles.

There are much better solutions to help you approach your writing task.

The key to writing a good article is structure.

You need an introduction, body text, and a conclusion.

But you have to make sure that you cover your topic in an interesting and informative way for a reader or target audience.

Or if you are promoting a product or service, your potential customer.

The other must is that you write for SEO.

If you want readers to find your article on Google or Bing, it will have to be SEO optimized.

If you don’t know anything about SEO, that’s okay. There’s a new free tool to help you solve the problem.


Your free SEO writing assistant

You had to pay a lot for premium SEO services to get an SEO writing program in the past.

But now you can use a fantastic tool for free.

The INK SEO writing assistant will help you write your articles.

At the same time, it will guide you through the steps to optimize your article for SEO.

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You can read our review of INK for an in-depth look.

But the tools you get for free are impressive.

Yes, there is a tool to add your main keyword phrase, and from there, you can add your SEO elements.

These include your SEO title and meta description.

You can forget about using an online writing checker.

INK will check your grammar, spelling, and adverb use and warn you of difficult to read sentences.

You can even add your images.

Not only that, but it will also optimize them for you.

Once you download INK, you’re equipped because you have all the tools you need.


Before you write your articles

Okay, you’ve registered with INK and are ready to start writing.

But even with great tools, you might need a little more guidance about getting your ideas into words.

The first step is doing your research. Whatever topic you want to write about, hit Google and find as much information as you can about your subject.

For some inspiration and ideas, read some top-ranking articles. Make notes of the key information each writer includes and in what order.

Also, check how many words are in each article. As a rule of thumb, it takes between 1,000 and 1,500 words to cover a topic in full.

Every writer needs a plan or draft. You can use an outline to get your information in a logical order. Think about what would interest a reader most, and move these ideas to the beginning.

Once you have your plan, there is one last task before you start writing.

An article must have a headline that grabs attention. It doesn’t matter if it’s a blog post on your site or a content marketing article.

There are two free tools I use to craft attention-grabbing headlines.

Coschedule has a fantastic headline analyzer that can help you improve your title ideas.

Another tool for headlines and titles is Sharethrough.

You can use one or both to ensure that your headline is a winner that will encourage people to read your article.


Time to write your articles

A good writer knows that the first few words or the first sentence are where you will win or lose your reader.

Get straight into your topic without any fluff. If you are writing about a free computer course, these three words need to appear in the first five to ten words.

You can use the same technique for your section headings and paragraphs as you cover your topic in more depth.

Each time to introduce a new subject, make it clear immediately.

Look at your outline or plan you prepared and get these points across as quickly as possible. Then you can expand on your information to give more details to your reader.

Don’t worry at all about your grammar, spelling, or layout at this stage.

Concentrate on getting all your information into words. Leave the checking for when you finish writing your first draft.

If you get stuck for words, go back to the top articles you researched and checked before. Look for more ideas in the texts to help you get writing again. But don’t copy!

You’re a writer, so take a new idea and turn it into your own words.

It doesn’t take as long as you think to write 1,000 words. If your ideas flow, it can take as little as a couple of hours. But if it takes longer, don’t worry. You’ll get there.


Checking time

The great thing about INK is that all the tools you need to check your writing are ready for you.

All you need to do is add your key phrase and let it go to work on recommending improvements you can make.

In the word tasks tab, you will see suggestions for grammar, spelling, reading grade, headings, sentence length, and long sections. It also tells you your word count and gives you a suggested length for your subject.

It will also alert you to passive voice and adverb use.

The document tasks tab reminds you to add your SEO title, meta description, and alt tags in your images. It also makes suggestions for your keyword use in subheadings.

Check each element carefully and make your edits, changes, or additions to your text.

There’s also an overall SEO score to let you know how well you are doing.


Export your article

You can export from INK in text or HTML.

If you use WordPress, there is a free plugin you can use.

But if you want to prepare your article for your blog or any other site, text or HTML will both work fine.

If you want to copy and paste your text, be careful here. You might find that there is some background code.

But all you need to do is paste it into a text editor and make sure you convert it to plain text. Then you’ll be fine.


Publish your article

You might have a self-hosted WordPress site or your blog on a free blogging platform. INK is the perfect tool to use to improve your blog writing.

However, if you don’t have a blog, there are many free publishing platforms for new writers.

Wherever you publish your articles, you will get more readers if you write them using the best tools for the job.

It doesn’t take long to learn how to use INK to improve the quality of your text and optimize it for search engines like Google and Bing.



It won’t take much time at all to become a much better writer if you plan well and have the tools to help you.

You have information and answers to problems you want to share with readers. But for them to read it, they need to be able to find it.

That’s why it is vital that you learn how to optimize your writing and understand a few SEO basics.

But now you have the tools to learn how to write SEO articles, and for free, there’s nothing to stop you.

And did I use INK to write this article? Yes, of course, I did.

I got curious, though. Like many freelance writers, I have a premium SEO writing assistant. So I did a check, and all lights were green.

To me, that’s proof enough that you can confidently use INK for free to produce top-quality SEO articles.


Related reading: How To Write An Advice Article To Gain More New Readers

Derek Haines

A Cambridge CELTA English teacher and author with a passion for writing and all forms of publishing. My days are spent writing and blogging, as well as testing and taming new technology.

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2 thoughts on “How To Write Articles Like An Expert With A Free Writing Tool

  • Avatar for Jemima Pett
    February 4, 2021 at 4:00 pm

    If you don’t mind me saying, Derek, it wasn’t the most interesting article you’ve written (or rather, that I’ve read from you). Do you think something like INK takes the interest and flow out of your writing?

    • Avatar for Derek Haines
      February 4, 2021 at 4:16 pm

      I’m sorry the article didn’t excite you, Jemima. :) I use INK like any other word processor, so it doesn’t interrupt my flow at all. But it’s really handy to have all the basic SEO and writing tools all in one place. It saves me from having to use external apps. I’m still learning how to get the most out of it, but I can say that it helps me a lot.

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