Conclusion

Last week we learned when writing an effective informative article…..

  • Most publishers and webmasters are looking for novel, well-executed content.
  • Focus on the WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, and WHY when formatting your articles.
  • 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.

Step #3: Emphasize your features and benefits In the body of your article by adding “bullets” and also “highlighting” those important features and benefits. In so doing it allows your readers to quickly find the important information in your article, and if they don’t want to read the entire article from top to bottom, this gives them the option of going directly to the information they want, and you just made it much simpler for them to find it with bulleting, and highlights!

Step #4: Another important aspect you will discover is you add more impact and credibility to your content when offering your readers important resources that confirm your claim. By simply providing a few legitimate testimonials, a list of achieved awards, or anything else you feel will corroborate what you’re discussing; it gives your readers solid proof and confidence in your authority on the topic, while you have also provided them with useful and valuable information.

Step #5: Always create a strong “Author Bio”. A weak bio is one of the biggest mistakes many new authors make when writing articles for ezine directories to be picked up for distribution. After spending all your time and effort creating the perfect article to be submitted—the ezine directories, ezine publishers and webmasters start picking up your articles and adding them to their emails and sites. However, if at the end of your article your “Author Bio” doesn’t have an impact the reader will not be motivated to read more or click through to get additional information on what you offer.

It is vital you spend as much if not more time creating the best author bio…

It is vital you spend as much if not more time creating the best author bio as you do writing your article. Your readers need to know who you are and have confidence in the expertise of your products or services. In your author bio, if you’re allowed a maximum of 3 hyperlinks to your site, blog, or email, make sure you take advantage of these options, so your readers can click through and continue their journey for specific information they’re interested in reading.

These tips are merely guidelines for your article writing success, and if you take some of this information and use it where it best fits your writing style, you can be on your way to being a great Web Author, where many of your well-written articles will be picked up by publishers and webmasters hungry for novel content that offers a quality message to their readers.

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

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