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Hello fellow writer,
Create a Remarkable Title: you might say, how is that possible?
You are now calling yourself a writer, I hope. Because that is what you are! Presuming you have been following along with what I have written in my recent articles ~
Often, I will create a remarkable title, before I write the article. Then, I will craft the article around the title. It seems to give me a focus about what I am writing about.
However, you may choose to do it differently. It is up to you. Perhaps you would like to try it both ways.
You are an article writer and you have written an article on your chosen subject or niche. You have keyworded it well. It is full of useful information. But will anyone read it? You MUST have a perfect title for your article. The title is the most important few words in your article, period! That is why I say to create a remarkable title. It is the single piece of your article that opens the door to your customer, convincing him that he must read the rest of the article. Nothing is as important as an excellent title.
Keep it short. Most people can only absorb about nine to eleven words at a time, including short words like “an” and “the”. Having more words in your title means that your reader may move onto the next article. Make them want to read YOUR article.
Put your keyword in the first three to five words. First, it lets the searcher know that your article addresses their topic. Second, it gives you a Google boost, ensuring that your title appears higher for the keyword you are using than it otherwise would. This is a game of small steps and every little bit helps.
Using the words “how to”, “hints” and “tips” tend to increase your search ability: you may get more hits because more people search for “how to plant a tree” rather than “planting trees”. Strive to provide fast, to-the-point, usable information that your reader is seeking.
As a writer, please remember that your article is a promise to your reader. Make sure your title matches your article, both in the planning stages and when you go back to revise it. That is precisely why I usually write my title first, before writing the article.
Your article is a promise to your reader. Be sure you fulfill your promise and you will have a happy audience. Captivate them!
I hope I am inspiring you to succeed.
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The most important part of your article is your title
and the resource box. The title will determine if your
readers read the article and the resource box will
determine whether or not visitors will click through
to your site.
Everything about your article is important but a really
good resource box can bring you customers. It’s like
a little ad for your business, but do not be too commercial.
There are two types of resource boxes you must create:
a text box AND an HTML one. The text resource box is
plain text, something you could write in a text editor like
Notepad. Text resource boxes are no more than 250-300
characters long. Some sites only accept a text box.
In an HTML resource box, links to your sites are made
clickable. This means that when readers click on the link,
it will take them to your website. You will need to write a
small piece of code to create an HTML. An HTML resource
boxis no longer than 500 characters.
What to put in your resource box:
Do not include affiliate links in your resource box.
Don’t give your life history. Put only what is relevant to
your article in the resource box.
Do put a link to your websites. One link is good; two
links is good provided both are relevant to the topic.
Tell others you have more information on your site.
This establishes your knowledge of the topic in some
After your resource box is complete, the only other thing
to consider is your keywords. If you chose keywords at the
beginning of the article, you’ve already completed this
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