Did you know as bloggers we have one commonality? It’s the subjects and ideas for writing short articles about our products, services or particular niche. You may have discovered the writing process is tricky and the conceptual progression of writing even more difficult.

By now, (depending on how long you’ve been blogging) you should be acquainted with the problems people have in your specific area. If you aren’t, then you may want to survey your customers or surf the internet for a comparative analysis. Another excellent source for finding problems individuals in your market possess; is in forums or similar communities.

Through a repetitious process, I found a writing formula is the best avenue. Because it deigns something to affix your words and separates your thought process into more manageable sections.

The reason problem solving articles work so well leans on the fact you have the opportunity to reveal your knowledge on a specific matter, while simultaneously assisting the reader. Thereby establishing a continual relationship which makes them more receptive to whatever services or products you display.

Here is an easy formula which separates the task of writing your short article into manageable sections; making writing your next article a piece of cake.

Usually the issue resolving short article consists of two types :

How to Articles (eg “How to compose the ideal post”).

Tips & Tricks (eg “6 Ways to Crank Up Creativity”).

To draw individuals, make the title of your article engaging. Also, always try to devise a special title so when you search for it using the online search engine (utilizing the title of your post in quotes) all the entries which turn up will be for your post.

Your thesis is crucial. Your objective is to immediately grab the attention of the reader, or your short article will not be read.

Here are some ideas to get you started:

Did you know …

How many times have you …

Here’s an easy way to …

Then state the issue and make the first point followed by a more definitive description. State your other points going into more details for each.

After making all of your points start wrapping up your post with a summary and conclusion.

Finally, you should end your article of issue solving with a call to action. This engages the reader to believe or do something. In so doing when they see your resource box they are more inclined to click the link to your website or email you.

Remember, always inspect to ensure your title still makes sense with respect to your article. Editing is crucial. There should be no spelling or grammatical errors.

You’ve crossed the finish line. Problem solving articles aid in building relationships with your readers (clients) and are easy to write when you follow this simple formula.

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Now peck those darn keys, write your post and watch that traffic grow!

Thank you for your continued readership and support. Until next week…Blessings and Peace.

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