Our first week live brought us some amazing articles. All of Aroono’s writers are amazing. But for this week, these 3 bloggers wrote their way to the top of the list.

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The choice wasn’t easy, but it had to be made.
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11 Engaging Words to Use Instead of ‘Said’ by Courtney Moore

He said, she said. ‘Said’ can get boring fast. No one wants to read ‘said’ every two sentences.

I can’t think of a better way to start off a great article. This sentence hooked me in, but the content is why I stayed.

In this article, Courtney offers us a fantastic list of alternative words to use instead of ‘Said.’ If you were planning to get some writing done over the weekend, this article is a must.

It will definitely help you improve your writing.

3 Arguments Against a Daily Word Count by Eric Johnson

Eric makes interesting arguments against word counts. My favorite one is regarding just how tedious the writing process can be when you don’t like what you’re writing.

Writing words you don’t like kills the spark. It kills the motivation. It leaves you drained, and unambitious. Now try to write 500 words.

Have you ever felt the pressure of “having” to write a certain amount of words in order to feel accomplished? Then this article is for you.

Article Writing 101: Write Articles that Stand Out by Daniella Cressman

This article offers the reader a wealth of invaluable writing advice. It’s one of the reasons it made it onto the list!

Some writers can write anything without organizing their thoughts first. This is a wonderful gift to have. If you are just starting out, however, it’s an excellent idea to outline your piece before you write it.

With so many people writing articles on the internet, how do you know what quality content looks like? More importantly, what skills do you need to write it? Read this article and you’ll find out.

Which of these articles did you like best?