How To Write An Article That Will Get Published

By: Brian Ankner

When writing articles and website content, be sure to have your readers "interest" in mind. Research has proven that the majority of Internet readers are likely to breeze over the content to find the specific information they are searching for and are rarely reading the page from top to bottom.

You should structure good titles, a few subtitles, and use bullet points to assist your readers while they scan your page. Many people simply scan a pages subtitles to quickly determine whether they want to continue reading the article or go on to another page.

Surfers prefer a site laid out like this so that it's easier to use, therefore encouraging them to return to your site regularly in search of more content. The more often your readers come back, the more chances you will have for them to access other affiliate links, adsense ads and pay per lead advertisements.

It is very important to create your articles in a structured manor, or have articles written this way, so your site visitors will not leave your page screaming in pain!

Properly written articles should keep them around long enough to click on something or at least capture their interest long enough for them to understand your brilliance!

Writing your articles in the organized manor as recommended will entertain and encourage your visitors to return thus enabling the full monetization of your site.

Well written content will get some viral action, or word of mouth action.

People tell other people about great sites. I am sure you have emailed at least one person with a web address about something you thought was great. This will happen to your content if considerable care has been taken in the structuring and presentation.

If your articles and content are borrowed, poorly structured, rambling, or not quite on topic, bye, bye viral! It will really put a smile on your face when you browse around your favorite social bookmarking site and see that others have bookmarked YOUR site as a "great site". I know I was elated the first time I found three postings of my site in Del.icio.us (and I wasn't the one that posted them!).

Write every article like you mean it, put some heart and soul into it. A little humor helps too. Don't make your content read as if it were a service manual! The most popular sites on the web didn't reach that status by being poorly written or boring. Liven up the party a little. Show some enthusiasm.

If you have absolutely no passion for the subject you are writing the articles for.....it will show. To avoid this I suggest hiring a professional to write your articles and content for you. Ghostwriters get anywhere from $15-$30 per 500-700 word article.

HINT.... hire out multiple articles at once to get a better price provided you have worked with the ghostwriter before and like their writing style. You can negotiate discount for multiples and save up to 20%.

Google has decided that duplicate content will be measured down to the sentence so at all costs avoid duplicate content like the plaque. If you are using an article writing software that goes out on the web and collects sentences from many different articles, you will still have to change a few words in every sentence in order to avoid duplicate content.

In conclusion, write it with passion, keep it upbeat and enthusiastic, KNOW YOUR SUBJECT or hire someone to do your article writing for you. Use free articles from directories for ideas, research or to compliment your level of expertise. Get a free duplicate content checker like dupefreepro.com has to make sure your articles have not been used before and you will receive the rewards of free search engine traffic.

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