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How-to Master Info Barrel One-Step at a Time: Part 2

By Edited Oct 27, 2013 4 2

Firstly, a degree of internal and external research is immediately warranted in order for one to master Info Barrel. Chances are slim that you will know every remote detail about everything you want to write about. Even the world's finest writers have drawn inspiration from others, and you should do the same. If you have fine tuned your own unique way of building a house, or creating a sculpture, then you may just have the knowledge and skill to write a simple, yet detailed article. However, most Info Barrel writers may need to complement their own internal Info Barrel research with the thoughtful review of websites like Wikipedia, or one that is more directed towards some small aspect of your topic.

Unfortunately, cut and paste jobs are an ever present temptation, especially when faced with such a tremendous revenue producing opportunity. With dollar signs floating around just about anywhere you may navigate, on Info Barrel, one must realize that this is neither the fair, nor ethical way to approach the Info Barrel Platform. The more 'personable', and uniquely 'YOU', your article is, the better. The inclusion of videos and/or pictures can not only capture the essence of your personality, but they can also help you make a more visually appealing article that captivates the end-user, of whom will ultimately end up reading your article(s). Info Barrel's assortment pre-made templates can be found once you click the 'create' tab, and those templates can, at least, help you narrow down, if not the actual topic of your article, it can help you determine an approach to your writing.

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Jul 11, 2010 5:33am
To be able to choose various templates and topics (that we really like researching) for our articles makes this such a fun place to write for. To me it's a break that I relish...away from rigid writing styles and strict editors. The right picture or pictures can not be emphasized enough, they can bring more meaning and aliveness to your content.
Jul 13, 2010 5:12pm
I love having the multiple templates. Plagiarism should definitely be avoided at all cost! Nobody likes a "cheater" when it comes to writing.
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