There is one simple important rule that you need to adhere to when it comes to advertising with articles. And the rule is that the more quality articles you are able to produce at a very fast rate, the more money you will make from your web site.
How? When you advertise your business with more quality articles, you will pull in more targeted prospective clients to your business. For example if you are able to make 8 sales from 6 articles that you submit out across the web, how many sales do you think you will make if you increase the number of articles you have out there to about 40 within 3 days? You would get amazing results – don’t you think?
Everything boils down to one simple fact; you need to acquire the skill to write fats. And here are a few tips to help you write articles faster than you can imagine.
Ideas come as you write. Produce new titles from them
When writing articles, you will notice that new ideas other than the ones that you intend focusing on tend to come up. Create new titles from these ideas and paste them below your article even as you write your first article. This way you move onto the next article by picking up one of the titles that you have written below your first article.
One note of caution though. Don’t try to squeeze all ideas that come to you into a single article. Doing this will make your article long and lack focus. Long articles can be broken down into shorter articles. For example a 1000 words article can easily be broken down into 250 words articles. That means that you will have 4 different quality unique articles instead of just one.
Repeat the process
Keep creating new article titles below your articles as you are writing other articles. Don’t let those ideas slip away because ideas will always come and go. Following this process will enable you write much more than you are currently doing. One you are able to write articles fast, advertising with articles becomes easy.
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Knowing how to write fast is not something women entrepreneurs inherently know how to do, and producing high quality content, writing an article or producing blog content can seem to take FOREVER.
In this video I’ll share 8 secrets for how you can learn to write faster and still create the high quality content that will keep your customers coming back for more.
1. Take a look at your internal dialog before you do anything and really look at the story you are telling yourself about the things you want to change.
2. The two questions you need to ask yourself before writing so that you can reverse engineer your content and get your readers the results they are looking for.
3. How you can organize all of your ideas in one place so you can write faster.
4. The importance of keeping things short and sweet.
5. Why you need to stop everything and create an editorial calendar before writing another word.
6. Why trying to complete the entire writing process at one time won’t help you write faster.
7. Work expands to the time allotted…if you want to write faster you need to set a time limit.
8. Be the vessel, not the source. Allow quality content to come through you and take the pressure off yourself by realizing you’re not doing this alone.
If you’re interested in more videos on how to create high quality content or how to write faster, check out my YouTube playlist on those exact topics here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA08EC7CC48C4C7BA&feature=plcp
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In this video, Mr Richard Villar teaches healthcare professionals how to write a medical research paper based on his experiences and observations and a published surgeon. He has written many medical research papers on hip arthroscopy and arthroscopy subjects, and is a well known and sought after surgeon.
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Article writing is a very different style of writing and requires a different approach from the essay. In this lesson, we look at how to write for the Cambridge tests, as well as how to write for the web, including blogs and newsletters. Find out how to use a more playful language to capture a reader’s attention.
If you want your website found, write articles. It is not
hard to do. There are people who can just sit down and
start typing and minutes later (it seems) they have an
Since I am not one of those persons who seem to have
articles flowing out of their fingers, here is how I do it:
1. Select a topic I believe people are interested in, that
I know at least a little about. Head for the Library and
research for a bit more information if I feel I need it.
If I am not able to find anything at the Library, I will
scan the net, but I do not want to repeat what everyone else
is saying. I want to give new information as much as I can.
2. During this research I make two kinds of notes. Things
about the topic, of course. But, I also build a second page
of personal notes – new keywords that come to mind, a phrase
I want to use, or a subject I don’t want to overlook.
3. Now, I head for the super market magazine stand. I’m not
necessarily looking for anything on my topic, rather I am
looking at headlines. Magazine people are expert at getting
your attention with their headlines. I want to get good at
that as well, as that is all I have to convince you to read
my article instead of the one next to it.
4. Back home again, and I organize all these notes and
pick out as many keywords as I can. Jot my main thoughts
down as these are the paragraphs topics.
And, now for the writing.
5. I need an inviting title that includes at least one of
my keywords – more is better. Titles that grab attention,
like “Paris Has Pot in Her Purse” are great fun to write,
but if they have nothing to do with your topic, don’t do it.
It would just turn out silly and off base and it doesn’t
6. Write the introduction and use the keywords again. But,
don’t be clumsy just to fit the words in. They should flow
naturally. In the introduction, many people briefly tell
what the article will cover.
7. Paragraphs are next. A minimum of 3, 5-6 is better.
But don’t run on and keep repeating yourself just to get
more paragraphs. Build on the phrases you wrote down. And
let the whole thing flow easily. Use more keywords if it
works, but don’t force the use if it makes uncomfortable
8. Include your main key words in your summary. Don’t
just abruptly end, tie it all together for your reader.
There it is. 8 points. It really doesn’t take much time.
And, in your notes from your research you often have enough
for another article. If you have more keywords, good, or you
can write to the same ones again.
Since writing is so important to most internet business you
will be doing quite a bit of it. You will be happy to know
it gets easier and easier.
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Whether you need content for your website pages or want to create something new, John’s video explains how you can write content that resonates and encourages a clear call to action.
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There are many things to keep in mind when writing SEO content for your website and Alex, a Senior Marketing Consultant with Nova Solutions shares several that will help you write high quality SEO web content.
– Content must be readable. That means that it should be written the way people talk and not stuffed with keywords. The structure should be unique and easily accessible with the content broken down into subcategories or subtopics so that visitors to your site can skim for the main points. In other words, make your content user friendly.
– The rule of thumb is to include one image or graphic per page of writing. This is a simple way to get the attention of the viewer and make the content seem less overwhelming.
– Don’t write the content to your keyword – instead, write your content to the topic or to what people are interested in and find the appropriate keyword to fit.
– Include a clear call to action. Great content is only part of the equation – the visitor needs to know what to do next to reach you, get the answers they want and how you can close the deal.
Taking the time to research how to write quality SEO web content or working with a reputable web designer is a sure way to improve your website’s effectiveness and achieve a higher conversion rate.
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How To Write Great Content – Content Marketing For Your Blog, Website, Or Ads
Content marketing is one of the most effective, cost-efficient, and all around best marketing strategies to drive leads and sales.
But the key with content marketing is understanding that your results are directly tied to the quality of your content.
So in this video I’m going to cover 5 easy to follow tips for writing great content.
Tip 1: Keep It Clear, Concise, and Focused
The most important thing you can do for your content is to keep it on point. Your potential customer found this content for a reason, whether through a search engine, or spotting a link that caught their attention.
Their goal is to learn more about the subject you’ve headlined and you owe it to them to provide it.
Tip 2: Edit, Edit, Edit
Hammering out a 2,000 word article and hitting submit just shouldn’t happen. Even Hemingway was well known for disliking his initial drafts. Break up your editing into phases.
Tip 3: Make the Content Actionable
Talking about your success is fine, but what your customers really want to know is how they can do it too. By creating actionable content, you’re giving your audience things they can try immediately.
Tip 4: Add Images
Images can take a decent post and make it great. The key to shareable content is to find relatable graphics. Using stock photos for the sole purpose of using images may look better than a completely text-based piece of content, but it’s pointless if it doesn’t benefit the reader.
According to Forbes, articles with images get 94% more views than articles without. That’s too large of a percentage to pass up on.
Tip 5: Provide Answers
No one wants to finish an article with more questions than they arrived with.
Again, people are consuming your content for a reason. Remember that with your headline, you’ve made a promise to answer their question, so you need to be sure your content provides the answers they were looking for.
These tips may sound simple but that’s because they are. Writing great content isn’t reserved for the Shakespeares and Tolstoys of our generation.
It’s attainable to anyone who focuses on the basics and can get pen to paper, or hands to keyboard.
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