Six Questions To Ask Yourself About Your Articles

Before you start writing, ask these questions unless you know what you are doing and why there is no point in sitting down and spending time and energy on a project.

Therefore, here are some important questions:

“Why should I submit an article at all?” This may seem like an obvious question, but you have to consider the answer very carefully. Publishing articles is a great way to improve your understanding of yourself and the product. It is presented to the readers as an expert in a niche market. This does mean that the product must be of high quality. Publishing bad articles is worse than publishing no articles at all.

“Is my article aimed at the customer I’m looking for?”

Your language use should target your specific market. When writing to interact with retirees, your choice of words and how you speak should be different from targeting a younger audience. For example, if your readers are from a group of car enthusiasts, the use of technical terms related to cars will be well received and leave a deep impression on your readers. If you are writing for a water sports enthusiast, it will be clear that writing sharp and straight ends will not impress people.

“Will my article encourage readers to click on the resource box link?”

This is a very critical question. This is one of the main reasons we submit articles. Each article has a resource box that will tell the reader some information about you and your niche. Ir will include a link, usually a homepage or a sales letter for the product. After all, this is the purpose of writing and publishing articles. Once again, we recognize the importance of making high-quality copies: poor quality, no clicks!

“How useful is my article on other websites?”

One of the great benefits of submitting quality articles is that others can include them in their newsletters and blogs. They are allowed to do this because they also include your resource box. This usage allows the best articles to spread on the Internet. Anytime someone reposts an article of yours, more importantly, your resource box will show up in front of many new people.

“Does my article arouse readers’ desire for more information?”

The old business motto of AIDA (Attention-Interest-Desire Action) raised its head here. This may seem cumbersome, but quality is key. Your article should have beneficial information on topics related to your niche. Don’t use this article to promote products; that’s not the point. If necessary, your resource box link will direct people to the sales page. The purpose of this article is to arouse the readers’ desire. Then they will most likely click on the link to your resource box. Then you can let your selection page or sales letter do the rest.

“Will my article make money for my business?”

If your article attracts readers, they will follow the resource box’s link to point to your website, sign up page, and sales letter. The more visitors your articles send to your website, the more sales you receive, the more money you generate.

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