Showing posts with label writting ideas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label writting ideas. Show all posts

Saturday, October 6, 2018

4 Writing Method ( How-To Articles )






Writing Method that will get your article read.


But First lets talks about some writing myth that needs to be busted.

One common element whenever human beings gather is the need to talk and share experiences. Often that need turns into something a little more fun, a little more dangerous — gossip. 


Gossip is often fun but it can also be dangerous because it spreads quickly (because it is fun) and often distorts or even completely avoids the truth. Gossip creates myths in many fields and professions, and the field of writing is especially prone.

The top five myths about writing are:





Myth 1: Writing is easy for some people. Let me tell you that is just about the biggest myth going. I have been a professional writer for going on three decades now. I also know many other professional writers of various ages, experience, and income. 

I don’t know a writer that will tell you that writing is easy. Writing is brutal, hard work and there are times when I think it would be easier to simply open a vein as Red Smith said. However, experience and practice can make many writing tasks easier. There are some writing tasks that I can almost accomplish on autopilot because I have written that specific format and/or topic a lot.

Myth 2: Writing requires talent. I won’t lie. Talent can certainly help and talent is what separates the great writers from the good writers. But the truth is that talent is not enough to make a writer great or even good and talent is not a necessary requirement to be a good writer. 


Writing is a skill that can be learned, developed and honed. If you practice your craft if you read the writing of others to learn more about your craft, and if you seek and accept guidance and suggestions about your writing then you will improve and grow as a writer. Dedication harnessed with talent can create amazing results but if I had to pick just one then I would go with dedication. You can always increase your skill level through dedication.


Myth 3: Writing isn’t a useful skill. I have made my living as a writer for my entire professional life but even if you don’t intend to make your living with words you will need this crucial skill. There simply isn’t a profession that does not involve writing. Perhaps the form will vary, but written communication is the cornerstone in every professional field. 

Your writing ability will often impact landing a job as well as advancing in your career. Today written communication is even more crucial in professional and personal relationships.

Myth 4: You can’t make a living as a writer. I can remember when I told my father that I wanted to be an English major in college. He was very worried that I wouldn’t be able to support myself. 
The truth is that I have never had trouble finding a job and today I own my own business because of this flexible and important skill. Not only can you make a living as a writer but writing is an essential tool for many other careers and professions.

Myth 5: Writer's block is alive and torturing writers as you read this. I’m not dismissing the difficulties inherent in dealing with writer's block but whenever I talk with writers purportedly suffering from it they fall within two general groups. 

The first group actually creates their own block by insisting on the perfect place, mood, or alignment of planets in order to write. This is beyond ridiculous. One of the many benefits I gained from years of newsroom experience is the ability to write in almost any condition or mood. 
Deadlines will teach anyone how to give writer's block short shrift. The second group I have more sympathy for as their problem really is internal in nature. Usually, the problem is that the particular story (whether fiction or nonfiction) they want to tell is not yet finished cooking in their brain. 
In this case, while the writing may be stalled I don’t agree that it is blocked. The writer must listen to that inner voice and respond appropriately. Sometimes the idea needs more time to percolate and sometimes more research and/or planning is necessary. Once the proper adjustments are made the writing will begin to flow again.







So Now, how to write the article that will get read.


Creating short, how-to articles allows you to:

– connect with your audience


– position yourself as an expert, and


– increase sales


Bottom line: Give clients the information they need and you’ll be the first person they’ll think of when they run into challenges.


Consider creating a template for your e-mail newsletter articles that will fit the needs of your audience. Ask yourself if they want detailed information, or if they’re happy receiving broad ideas that will allow them to tailor the information to meet their specific needs.


If they want specific info, you could always include a teaser paragraph in your newsletter and then provide a link at the bottom of that paragraph. 

The link can lead to more detailed information about the subject your that audience is interested in.


Once you understand the needs of your audience, place your information in article format. Here’s a system I’ve often used to produce quick, informative articles.

1. Begin with an identifier paragraph.


This is an introduction to the subject. Just let people know exactly what you’re getting at.


2. Tell them why they should be interested.


This is where you just get into the reader’s world. You will what you’re talking about help them do their jobs better? In essence, that’s all people really want to know.


3. Give short, realistic pieces of advice.


You have so much to say it’s hard to fit it into short bits of info, but do it you must. Otherwise, you’ll lose your audience’s attention. Try to stick to the points that have the most impact or the ones that are completely opposite to what people in your industry are currently doing.


4. Wrap it up.


One of my mentors used to always say to me, “Tell ’em what you’re going to tell ’em. Then tell ’em. Then tell ’em what you told ’em.” No, he wasn’t senile. His advice actually worked. 

At the end of every article, I just wrap up what I’ve said by reviewing the key points of the article. It’s called a “takeaway.” What’s the one thing you want the audience to take away from your article and implement in their daily work lives? Once you’ve answered that question, you have your final paragraph.

Whatever you do, keep it short and simple. Sure we may want to use sophisticated language if your audience craves that, but you’d be surprised. 

When reading e-mail especially, readers won’t mind short, concise words and phrases. And that’s especially true if those words and phrases add more to the bottom line and/or help them become more efficient.




In Conclusion :


Writing article doesn`t need to be complicated, get to the point to share your experience with the world and get positive feedback.






Sylvain 
owner of
makemoneyblogging.ca
blogpostdir.com


Monday, September 10, 2018

New Blog Directory

New Blog Post Directory



I have great news for you


After thorough consideration and research, I have decided to come up with a new website,





This new website is intended to help my fellow blogger, with the following tools

So I am very happy to write to you today, the reason I have a blog is to help other make money online, get a better life, whitout having to work an extra 40 hours a week to get a better pay.

Of course some people are happy with just an extra $500 a month while other aim for $5,000 in either case, I wish to help you get there.

So, with that in mind I have made some research and decided to come up with a Blog Post Directory where you will be able to share your new articles including your signature with your link in the article, hence giving you a back link to your blog.

The beauty of this, this is where the magic happens, is people are aloud to use your text as long as they include your signature with YOUR link,

Are we talking free advertising here ?? ... Yes we are,
Are we talking organic traffic here ?? ... Yes we are.
Are we talking about free backlink to your blog ?? .... Yes we are.

So, as you can see it`s a win/win situation, and it`s FREE, no gimmick, no catch ... ( I don`t like those )

Go ahead, head over to blogpostdir.com and check it out ...

And of course don`t forget to share this great news with your friends.







Sylvain


owner of
blogpsotdir.com
makemoneyblogging.ca


Here is a list of ther free directory you can submit your blog to.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

11 key step to run your blog (like a business)






11 key step to run your blog (like a business)



11 key step to run your blog ( like a business )
Wow, you have now decided to create a blog, this the first step, but now you don`t exactly know on which topic you will be blogging about. Don`t worry many search engine are available who will help you decide what kind of blog you are going to create.

With our present very high speed and busy life aspect, it is a herculean mission to conduct business in the wake of cut-throat opposition and competition.

So, how will you recognize what to write for your blog? Do you need a business plan? It may seem like an overwhelming venture to try to determine out what to jot down first for you blogging strategy.

You can have to take out some books at the library or maybe asked a friend to help you. You will have to write down a schedule as of when to write article with proper content.

When to promote them, how and where; of course if you just want be blogging as a hobby the information below may be useless to you, however if you want to make money with it up and to a living, then you have to handle your blog like a business would.

Having a blog scheduled plan will make all of the distinction throughout that journey to the bank. The journey to possibly your financial freedom.  Having a well idea out blog plan and weekly schedule, will save you time and money, time and money that you may need for important stuff like for example, the wife and kids.




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 Sylvain

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

I challenge you ( to write 1 article that contains viral content )

I challenge you ( to write 1 article that contains viral content )

According to Wikipedia
quote
The term "viral marketing" was first popularized in 1995, after Hotmail spreading their service offer "Get your free web-base email at Hotmail" Viral marketing is the phenomenon in which people actively assess media or content and decide to spread to others such as making a word-of-mouth recommendation, passing content through social media, posting video to YouTube.
unquote






So ! What makes content go viral?





It’s a hard question, however while you look around, there’s some folks that are able to craft contagious content each single time.

What’s their secret? Do they recognise something you don’t?

The answer is sure! They do!

And whilst they may not be aware of it, they know how to push the little “traffic buttons” of the net without fail.

Many studies suggest that emotionally charged content in any form generates a lot of attention and is thus frequently distributed on social media. In addition, very entertaining or useful content also has the potential to become viral.

Right here’s the highlights:


1. Tremendous content will go viral better and faster than bad content.

(Splendid, right? While you study the information, you’d assume that negativity became a have to, heh).

2. Content that evoked excessive arousal emotions—positive or bad—is greater viral than content material without emotion.

(what’s a excessive-arousal emotion? Assume awe, anger, tension, or something related to the concern of loss)

3. Nearly all useful content get’s shared.

(That makes sense, proper? People like sharing nearly beneficial content to assist out their fanatics and friends)


What makes an article a hit piece of viral content?

The ten traits of viral content consist of:


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Thank you.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

20 Blog topic and writting ideas, solving the "What do I blog about"

20 Blog topic and writing ideas that are different from what you usually see in other blogs suggested list.


I wanted to put a list of Idea that would pay for the effort that I have put in searching and writing this article, after a few minutes I found the Google top paying keywords (AdWord )








The 11 most expensive Google keywords:


Here's how much it would cost advertisers, on average, who want to advertise on Google for these terms:


1- Business Services: $58.64

2-Bail Bonds: $58.48
3-Casino: $55.48
4-Lawyer: $54.86
5-Asset Management: $49.86
7-Insurance: $48.41
8-Cash Services & Payday Loans: $48.18
9-Cleanup & Restoration Services: $47.61
10-Degree: $47.36
11-Medical Coding Services: $46.84

To get this data, WordStream examined the top keywords seen between June 1, 2016 and June 12, 2017, then categorized them by core intent.


Overall what does that mean to you as a publisher, if you write an article about one of them topic, then you are likely to make more money from Google for each click on your adds, see, Google will always try to match the subject of your topic or page, hence a single click could be worth more than a 1000 visitors to your website.


Of course if your blog is about traveling then this list is of no use to you. Thus let’s carry on with a list of Idea rather than the making money path, even tho we all want to make money, the point of this article is to share ideas and suggestion of article topic.




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Sylvain