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How to Get Started in Article Writing

24 Sep How to Get Started in Article Writing

How to Get Started in Article Writing (The Logical Approach)

Article Writing Tips Part Two.

by Paul Barrs

It’s too easy these days to become overwhelmed with the amount of information that is available online when trying to learn to ‘do a thing’. Whatever the *thing* it doesn’t matter. Many years ago this was identified as ‘information overload’, an apt title.

There is however, one very easy way to avoid this: and that is to take a logical approach when article writing.

You don’t have to be overwhelmed. All you need to do is outline a simple step by step approach and begin with the end in mind. That’s it. Simple.

It will also help if you decide upfront what type of article it will be. As a general rule, there are four different types of article “styles”; the argument article is meant to convince someone of something. The explanation article tells why something is the way that it is, whereas the definition article clarifies the meaning of something. And finally a description article provides information about the qualities or properties of something.

If you take some time to look around, you’ll notice that almost all online articles these days fall into one of these four categories.

Article writing is much easier than you think.

Enjoy today’s audio –

The Complete “Article Writing Tips” Seminar Series.

Part One: Introduction Audio.
Part Two: The Logical Approach to Article Writing.
Part Three: Choosing the Right Title.
Part Four: Find the Problem – Fix it!
Part Five: Are your Articles Relevant to Your Business.
Part Six: The Power of the First Paragraph.
Part Seven: How to Write the Body.
Part Eight: Using Illustrations and Examples.
Part Nine: Reassuring Your Reader.
Part Ten: Establishing Your Credibility.
Part Eleven: The Final Paragraph.
Part Twelve: The Resource Box.
Part Thirteen: Proofreading.
Bonus Audio: Silent Traps.

More Article Writing Tips to come –



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