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7 Things To Look Out For When Writing Articles And Posts

How do you do a blog post that is attractive? That is of high quality?

Rangit.com has been around since 2007. From the very first post written till the article you see now, many things have changed. Plenty of blog writing mistakes were made and I’m glad they happened. It’s a long learning process and I would like to share with you what I have learned so far. Below are seven ways I’ve experienced through blogging that has helped this blog be what it is today.

  1. Start with the end in mind.
  2. finish line

    This is habit no.2 of Stephen Covey’s Habits of Highly Effective People. It is so important to know how the article is supposed to look like, how the points are arranged, etc. Once it is clear, you will then know what to focus on and everything will fall into place at the end.

  3. Images.
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    As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. It improves the value of the article by invoking feelings and getting the point across to readers.

  5. Title.
  6. headline

    The single most important thing that draws readers to read the written article. It’s the one line summary that appears in social media, search engines and rss feeds. Including numbers and interesting words like “Top 25 Linux Games” or “140 Faces Of Well Known Bloggers You Won

Top 10 Coolest Mobile Phones of 2008

A mobile phone, a.k.a mobile, wireless, cellular phone, cell phone or hand phone, has been evolving rapidly since its conception by Martin Cooper who made the first call on a handheld mobile phone on April 3, 1973. Every year mobile phone manufacturers will compete against each other to bring out the best in features and looks to capture the ever growing market of consumers. Anyways, below are 10 of the coolest mobile phones, in my opinion, available in 2008 that are worth your attention and maybe, your money too. They are arranged in no particular order.

  1. Samsung Instinct
  2. Screen Resolution: 240 x 432 pixels
    Weight: 125 g
    Connectivity: 3G, GPS
    Talk Time: 5.75 hours
    Phonebook: 600
    Camera / Video: 2 MP

  3. Samsung Glyde
  4. Screen Resolution: 240 x 440 pixels
    Weight: 139 g
    Connectivity: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / WCDMA 850 / 1900
    Talk Time: 3.5 hours
    Phonebook: 500
    Camera / Video: 2 MP / Flash / Auto-Focus

  5. LG enV2
  6. Screen Resolution: 320 x 240 pixels (main)
    Weight: 120 g
    Connectivity: 3G, GPS
    Talk Time: 5.33
    Phonebook: 1000
    Camera / Video: 2 MP / Flash / Image Editor

  7. LG Glimmer
  8. Screen Resolution: 240 x 400 pixels
    Weight: 127 g
    Connectivity: 3G, GPS
    Talk Time: 3.5 hours
    Phonebook: 500
    Camera / Video: 2 MP / Flash

  9. LG Secret
  10. Screen Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
    Weight: 139 g
    Connectivity: 3G
    Talk Time: 3.81 hours
    Phonebook: 1000
    Camera / Video: 5 MP / Flash / 120 fps video

  11. RIM BlackBerry Bold 9000
  12. Screen Resolution: 480 x 320 pixels
    Weight: 133 g
    Connectivity: 3G, GPS, Wi-Fi
    Talk Time: 5 hours
    Phonebook: Depends on available memory
    Camera / Video: 2 MP / Flash

  13. HTC Touch Diamond
  14. Screen Resolution: 480 x 640 pixels
    Weight: 110 g
    Connectivity: 3G, GPS, Wi-Fi
    Talk Time: 5.5 hours
    Phonebook: Depends on available memory
    Camera / Video: 3.2 MP / Auto-Focus

  15. Nokia N96
  16. Screen Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels
    Weight: 125 g
    Connectivity: 3G, GPS, Wi-Fi
    Standby Time: 3.67 hours
    Phonebook: Depends on available memory
    Camera / Video: 5.0 MP / Flash / Auto-Focus

  17. Sony Ericsson Xperia X1
  18. Screen Resolution: 480 x 800 pixels
    Weight: 145 g
    Connectivity: 3G, GPS, Wi-Fi
    Talk Time: 8.5 hours
    Phonebook: Depends on available memory
    Camera / Video: 3.2 MP / Flash / Auto-Focus

  19. Sony Ericsson W980i
  20. Screen Resolution: 240 x 320 pixels (main)
    Weight: 100 g
    Connectivity: 3G
    Talk Time: 9 hours
    Phonebook: 1000
    Camera / Video: 3.2 MP