Part I

The first step to achieving your personal or business-related goals is the ability to submit your quality written and keyword-rich articles. But the question now is how do I create such articles? And why aren’t my articles being picked up by publishers and webmasters and being posted on their theme-related websites? Below are a few formulated steps that will put your pen or computer keys on the right path to having a successful writing campaign of informative articles that will not only appeal to publishers and webmasters but also to your online readers.

The bottom line is…most publishers and webmasters are looking for novel, well-executed content they can place on their sites that offer their readers priceless tips and information. However, they do not like accepting articles for their sites that show obvious signs of your own business self-promotion, services, or products. Readers are usually driven away when the articles sell your business, thus prompting them to move on to the next article where they may find the answer to their questions.

Step #1: When readers surf the Internet they are in search of specific topics of interest— information answering specific questions which they require at the time. If you’re uncertain about how to format your article so it flows with all the necessary information, always remember when you begin writing your articles, consider their format focusing on the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, and WHY. Developing your articles in this format makes them topic-specific when you write and they flow naturally.

Step #2: Providing a brief introduction of what you will address when writing about specific topics can help your readers while maintaining their focus. Therefore if the reader is interested, they will have an idea in what direction you’re going with your specific topic. Always place the key information about your topic In the body of your articles, followed by the benefits.

You must never stop writing until you have an ending.

To ensure this course of action first briefly talk about the feature of your topic, product, or services. Then a detailed benefit should follow right below your feature. (make sure you focus and write more on the benefit). Always end your article with a brief conclusion. You must never stop writing until you have an ending. You don’t want your readers wondering if this was the complete article or if they are missing a piece of valuable information. I believe it is safe to say that most if not all readers like an ending.

Thank you so much for your continued readership and support. Until next week for the conclusion…keep pecking those darn keys! Blessings and Peace!

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