To help you write your next article, I’m going to go through my article writing process. The main objective of writing articles is to attract as much traffic as possible to the site. When a visitor comes to my site, I want them to read the page content and sign up for the list.
When someone reads an article, they must feel that the content was very interesting. They must feel that they got a lot of useful information. It is also important that they want more.
So if we were in the weight loss niche, one of the first things to do is write a list of topics that people who want to lose weight would want to know about how to lose weight.
Here is an example:
– What foods will allow you to lose weight?
– What foods should be completely avoided?
– What types of food should you eat in social settings?
– What foods should you eat to snack?
– What should you go to if you leave the program?
One of the things to keep in mind about the above is that they are all issues related to weight loss in general and diet in particular.
Let’s create another list of topics focused on another sub-topic of weight loss.
– How often should you exercise to lose weight?
– Do you really need to warm up before you start?
– What types of exercise will work best for weight loss?
– What are the best exercises to flatten the belly?
As you write this list of subtopics in weight loss, you won’t run out of ideas to write about.
Next, it’s time to take one of the topics and write a 400-word article specifically on that topic.
Divide your article into three, the introduction, the body and the conclusion. The introduction can consist of 3 to 5 sentences. The conclusion, perhaps 2-3 and the body of the article, 4-5 paragraphs that discuss specific ideas in detail. Remember to insert the main keyword in several places in the article. An insert at the beginning, in the main body and at the end of the article will suffice. These inserts should not make the content clunky or difficult to read and understand. If you find it difficult to insert keywords, delete them.
At the end of the article, you should insert your call to action and bio. A sentence or two about your experience or qualifications wouldn’t hurt here either.