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We are taught about adjectives, verbs, nouns, all about English at school. In addition, we are also taught about writing, like how to use paragraph effectively, informative introductions, and conclusive endings. We should have interesting titles; our readers must have to pay attention all the parts of piece of work. Unfortunately, words seem not to work like that. Including all the above features in an article certainly makes your English teacher satisfy, but how about your audience? What make them happy? Indeed, it does not work like you try to mach all the requirements to get best marks in school, the real objective should be provide satisfactory content and clarity to please audience who you want to aim. This article will provide you with the vital things for the structure of a piece of writing.

 

 

Writing An Effective Title.

 

They say that the title is the most important part of the article, and I would have to agree. If you are looking for information on a particular topic, you don’t scroll down to read a sentence in the middle of a paragraph at random, just to attempt a guess at what the article is about. Instead, you look straight to the bold title.

 

If this title is not relevant to the subject or topic you are interested in, there is no point in reading any further. Hence, for article writers, choosing the correct title is of the utmost importance. Here are a few tips to help you along:

 

1. Sum up your entire article in to one keyword, and use this somewhere in the title.

2. Make the title broad enough to cater to varying degrees of inquisitiveness.

3. Don’t insult the reader by using a generic title.

 

Getting it right may take some time. Be prepared for this, and ensure that you are happy with the final phrase.

 

Introduction, Paragraph, Ending – Every Time.

 

Unless you are trying to prove a point, stick to the traditional format of content writing. Readers become easily confused when you try to mix and match different ideas and formats throughout a particular text. Ensuring that your writing flows easily is another important aspect of successful article writing.

 

o Introduction:

 

State your objectives and key ideas early. By doing this, you can spend the rest of the article isolating particular concepts and providing further evidence and proof of your opinions. If you eliminate the introductory paragraph, readers will have a tough time identifying your point of view, what your overall arguments are, and how to react to your commentary.

 

o Paragraphs:

 

This is where the idea of “flow” comes in. Try not to jump all over the place in a random fashion. Follow through with ideas, back them up, lead on to the next point or topic, and so on. Write in a constructive and organized fashion, so that your readers can follow along easily.

 

o Ending:

 

The last paragraph should contain a conclusive statement or remark (as you are about to see). Do not introduce any new ideas in your ending or conclusion – everything should have been presented in the previous paragraphs.

 

That brings us to the end of our discussion (that was the conclusive statement). Hopefully you will be able to use the information above to identify any weaknesses in your writing style, and hence – go on to produce high quality articles in the future.

 

 

Article writing is vitally important for network marketing businesses.Erik Gifford is a network marketing coach,trainer and independent marketer. For a free consultation, please call 004722520239/004793299897 and visit http://www.networkmarketing-guidance.com