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, […]
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 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 […]
Should we follow a formula when writing an article? Let’s go deeper into how it’s not just the article writing alone, but how a fixed formula can derail us. We often believe that if we’ve written an 800 words article in the past, the next article needs to be just as long. Which slows down […]
Is there a difference between an author and a writer? Sometimes the articles you and I write seem boring—and they are. As you’d expect, there’s a reason why. We are trying to write from the ground up. We wake up wondering what we’ll write about, eventually figure out a topic and then get to outlining. […]
Short or long articles, is there a formula to increase or decrease an article length? Either your article is too long and bloated or it’s much too skimpy. When faced with either of these situations we are at a loss as to what needs to be done. Well, worry no more because “examples” are waiting […]
Do Clickbait Headlines Work? Can a normal headline be just as powerful? Clickbait headlines seem to be designed to get our curiosity. But what makes a clickbait headline so attractive in the first place? And how do we write “normal” headlines that are far superior in getting the attention of the client? Let’s find out […]
How can you write an article faster? How can you increase your writing speed? One of the most draining aspects of article writing is the research that we need to put into writing an article. No matter how hard we try, we end up spending hours, even days digging up for the right research. But […]
Can we really write an interesting first line? Is there a system we can use? The first line of an article drives most of us insane. And as if that were not enough, we are called upon to write an interesting first line. How do you nail that first line every single time? Here are […]
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’ […]