How do most of our stories end? Usually it’s a fairy tale ending. Or maybe it ends in chaos, sadness or even disaster. We believe that an ending is crucial for any story. And there is no doubt that endings are needed for stories, but they’re almost always irrelevant when you’re using a story for […]
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
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Articles on 'article writing ' from Psychotactics
How do you create Powerful Content Writing with Storytelling? How do you write a storytelling article without being boring? It’s not unusual to approach an edit with a machete. We see a mass of words and want to hack through them to make the story more interesting. The problem is, that we don’t know what […]
How do you write an intense story? How do you make your story more dramatic? We often believe that stories have a sequence. First, this happens, then that happens and then something else shows up. And while that belief is generally true, the heart of the story is the “stuck point”. You know your story […]
How do you tell stories? How do you become a good storyteller? When you hear someone tell you about their vacation, you try to be interested. All that exotic food, that astounding accommodation—it’s all boring. Yet there’s a reason why their story is boring. We aren’t really hearing stories, but instead, we’re just getting a […]
The hardest part of writing is usually the first few lines. However, the ending can also be quite a vexing problem. Unless of course, you use a simple method called “sandwiching”. When you use a “sandwich”, it closes the loop, leading to a very satisfying sort of finish. How do you learn how to sandwich? […]
How do you tell a story effectively? How do you decide which facts to keep and which ones to drop? Why do you have a bloated story? It’s often because there are way too many facts in the information you’ve put down on paper. Even if we know we have too many facts and figures, […]
When we write an article, we tend to get one point across. Yet, what if we were to disagree with our “one point” and do a complete U-turn? It doesn’t seem logical to flip flop, does it? And yet that’s what the client needs to create a more complex, more interesting version of an article. […]
Write every day. Write every day. Write every day. We seem to hear a lot of that advice when we start off in writing. Yet, are we likely to be misunderstanding what the real meaning of “write every day” means? Most of us believe that we need to write at least an article a day, […]
How do we keep writing? Are there specific writing tips you can follow to write better and get to the finishing line? We often go looking for a magical solution to help us write. And yet, the magic is usually found in the ordinary. How can seemingly repetitive advice help you become a consistently good […]
Is writing making you tired? Is there a way to overcome exhaustion when writing? When we think of writing, we automatically assume it’s the act of sitting down at the computer and creating a new article, report or book. What we seem to miss is that there are other factors that come well before the […]