How do you write headlines that work? If you’ve ever wondered if your headline is lacking some oomph, it might be because of an incredibly simple omission. It’s the lack of contrast. Contrast works in real life with colours, textures or flavours. Not surprisingly, it works with headlines too. Right click here and ‘save as’ […]
Article Writing Strategy: How To Keep Your Reader Locked Into Your Article
Is article writing a skill or can it be developed? How do you write an article? Is there a system?
In this section we cover all the problems that you face when writing your articles. Each article will give you an actionable strategy. Go ahead read the articles and then create a simple plan for yourself. Follow the steps and you too will become a better writer and will be able to write articles your clients want.
You will learn:
- How to write articles
- Why headlines fail and how to write headlines that work
- What are the elements of on article
- Powerful strategies to write articles
- The article writing system
P.S. Don't forget to download your copy of the headline report.
In ten minutes (or less) you’ll learn how to systematically build a headline that works. You will find it at the end of every article.
Articles on 'article writing ' from Psychotactics
Do you often get stuck when trying to come up with article topics? Find out how writing headlines can help you get unstuck quickly. Right click here and ‘save as’ to download this episode to your computer. Back in 2003, I was in real trouble when it came to writing articles. I’d just started the […]
As writers, we count words when we are creating a book or writing an article. We look at completing a fixed number of words per day—800 words. And yet, that system can be counterproductive to finishing your article. Professional writers seem to follow another method, one that ignores the output and instead focuses on the […]
Objections aren’t something we necessarily think about when writing articles We’re so focused on the main content that we might see no need to contradict ourselves. Yet, it’s this very contradiction that makes the article more robust and removes those chunky holes. Let’s find out why objections are crucial in our articles. Right click here […]
One of the biggest hurdles in writing, has nothing to do with writing at all. It doesn’t have anything to do with time, either. Instead, it’s an understanding of energy. Without a clear view of how energy works, we’re likely to start off strong and then find ourselves stranded. Is there a way around this […]
How do you speed up your writing process and what causes it to slow down to a crawl? Surprisingly, discussion and feedback play an incredibly powerful role in unblocking Writer’s Block. The more you’re stuck, the greater the reason to invite discussion and feedback. The moment you do, it causes you to explain the concepts […]
Most of us are content to learn a great deal about what’s happening in our industry, but is that causing a blockage when it comes to writing? When we go into the depths of writer’s block, we find that you need cross pollination not only across industry, but across styles as well as media such […]
If you’re already good at writing, do you need an outline? It might seem one more barrier and yet it’s the first element that creates this so called Writer’s Block. Find out why outlines are a map that quickly get you to your destination. Right click here and ‘save as’ to download this episode to […]
Researching an article is so frustrating because it’s time-consuming But there are ways to beat the pressure—and the pain. Believe it or not, there are ways to be productive with zero last minute research. This episode shows you how to make advance research work for you, as well as in situations where you have no […]
Readers often get lost in an article and hence abandon it However, there are pretty simple, yet powerful methods to let the reader know exactly where they are in the article at all times. Plus when you use these techniques, you push the reader forward as well. Here’s how you go about using these “Transition […]