1. 20 Prehead Templates You’ll discover how to shock your readers, tap into their hidden desires, arouse their curiosity and much more. These pre-headline templates set the hook so you can start reeling in your prospects!
Yep, the money is in the list. But NOT just any list. You need a targeted list. You need a responsive list. And you need to put good content and great offers in front of this targeted, responsive list. I know, you’ve heard this before. And maybe you’ve even tried to apply it to your own list-building efforts. But “offering good content and offers to a targeted list” is vague advice. It’s hard to apply it, because you’re left with questions. And perhaps the #1 question: What, EXACTLY, should you send to your list? If you’ve been looking for precise ideas to
Now let’s get to the secrets… The Secret for Writing Ezine Articles I call it the “Final Point Formula“. It works like this…
Let’s face it – “Everybody knows about writing ezine articles” It’s no big secret that one of the better tools for building an opt-in list or generating website traffic is that of writing ezine articles and letting other publishers reprint those articles in their newsletters, etc And, of course, if you publish a list of any kind, you want to provide original articles as content for your various newsletters, mini-courses and so forth. Nothing surprising there.
We’ve been talking about writing ezine articles by answering some “frequently asked questions” about a topic related to your particular field of interest and expertise. The question is … what questions? 🙂
Writing your own original ezine articles is mandatory if you own a list or run an internet business. Mandatory. Part of your standard operating procedures. A basic staple. Something you can’t do without. You get the picture. Ezine articles can be used in so many ways that I’d need to write an article just to explain all the ways you can profit from articles. J More on that another day. In today’s lesson I’m going to show you how to write an incredibly easy ezine article that is specifically for beginners within your market. (We’ll talk about the experienced segment of
1. How to Create a Great Outline One of the keys to creating a great piece of writing is to start by creating a great outline. And yet many writers completely overlook this step, particularly when they’re writing short pieces like articles and reports. However, creating a good outline ensures you focus your writing on the most important topics, which makes the piece more enjoyable for your readers. So here’s how to create this outline…
Let me begin by making what may be a shocking statement to you if you are the type of writer who feels it is of paramount importance to avoid dangling participles and fragmented sentences like they were a charging grizzly bear. Traditional grammatically-correct writers brace yourself:
In this section I want to share how to quickly write content without sacrificing quality and without overtaxing your brain. I’ve been using this concept for years. It’s called “recycling” or “repurposing”. The idea is fairly simple –
There must be a reason why some content is very good and some content is very bad; why some information is so enthralling that you can’t stop reading while other information is the cure for a sleepless night; why some words cause you to frantically take notes and some words cause you to take a break; why some lessons keep members subscribed to an FTM site and some lessons show members the exit door. There must be a reason. There is. And that reason is this – “Quality” writers approach content creation as a craft.