Internet is brimming over with information and there is no dearth of knowledge scoops! There are zillions of articles written and submitted on the search engines everyday on the cyber space. But, just how many really make it? Lack of effective SEO, link building, and keyword enrichment pull many articles to debris!
Not all businesses can really sustain in the online race and hence fall behind, why, you ask?? Dwarfed content that's not spicy enough to create zing or sizzle. Quality is the name of the game here! Your business can prove to be a big shot if your articles are chock full of substance and effective facts. Get down to writing intelligent articles that can spill magic and make readers go gaga for your website.
Take a sip of wine, bake a cake, water the plants, lay down with soft music at the backdrop or get your adrenalin rush within, do whatever it takes but write good stuff whether in pants or pyjamas. It's about genius and not garb!
Make sure that your articles kick off strongly and project powerful information. If your reader already knows what to expect from your articles, it's a masterstroke! And if they go haywire at the opening itself, there are chances of falling apart. The most effective way to keep visitors glued to your articles is to give them what they want - answers, solutions, guarantees and honest promises that can stir conviction in them.
The articles that sell best are those with an irresistible personality, after all who wants to slog through identical literary pieces? If it's not different, it's just not worth it! Innovate, and find out ways to play around with your writing style. Articles get interesting when readers feel involved. It should be interactive, engaging and full of information. To come up with eye popping articles, list down an idea, start with a sensational heading, paint a picture in your reader's mind, keep it short, use bullet points, add sense of humour, never save a revolutionary idea in your kitty; puke out, make it tempting and end with a bang!
So ready to churn your creative juice?