6 Red Hot Tips To Get Your Articles Read!

6 Red Hot Tips To Get Your Articles Read!

Many people dread having to write blog posts or articles. Many just feel like it seems to be too much work and it all just goes to waste when you think no one is going to read your post. Some people think, reading articles is too much work to do, especially if they think the article is boring or not interesting. Well, guess what…articles are supposed to be read, that’s the purpose…to relay your message and information.

At the risk of stating the obvious, articles have to be written to be read! It’s just a matter of writing them from your heart. Writing a good article doesn’t have to be an arduous task and in any case should be part of the passion you have for the niche you are working in! There are a few points that need to be made and some guidelines for you to follow. Once you get the hang of it, writing articles and blog posts is fun, and of course, eventually is going to lead you to PROFITS!

It stands to reason, of course, writing blog posts and articles should be on a topic or about a passionate hobby or interest you know about. You should have your website name registered and site set up by now…you should have fairly good knowledge about what you are writing about. Have you done your research? You should be able to write off the cuff about your niche and easily relate what it’s all about. All you have to do is make your blog posts and articles as creative and interesting as you can.

To help make sure that your blog posts and articles get read and are enjoyed, I have put together six  tips to help get your articles read. Hopefully, these tips will help to make your articles readable and interesting.

1) Use short paragraphs.

When paragraphs are very long, the words look jumbled in the mind of the reader. Have you ever come across a blog post or an article and seen a whole pile of words on a page with no breaks…it looks terrible…if I come across a post or article looking like that, guess what I do? Correct…I click on the little ‘x’ in the top right-hand corner of my computer screen and I’m out of there…never to return!

It is confusing and too hard to read. The reader will quickly disregard the paragraph and move on to articles which are at least easier to read and pleasing to the eye!

Paragraphs can be a single sentence, sometimes even a single word! (Just like this one!).

2) Make use of numbers or bullets.

Using numbers and bullets can quickly make your point easy to remember and digest. As each point, tip, guide or method is started with a bullet point or number, readers will know that this is where the tip starts. Make sure you format the bullet points and numbers with indentations so that your article won’t look like a single block of square paragraphs. Keep your points sharp and snazzy!

3) Use Sub-headings to sub-divide your paragraphs in the page.

If you do this it will break each point into sections but is still incorporated into one whole article. Also, this makes it easy for your readers to move  from one point to another making the transition between each point smooth and easy. By doing this, you will never lose your reader’s attention!

4) Provide a bold attention-grabbing title or header.

This is the first thing your reader will see…THE TITLE! If your title can entice a person’s curiosity or catch their eye straight away…you’re already halfway there!

Your title MUST catch your reader’s curiosity and ATTENTION! If you succeed in doing this then it’s quite likely your reader is going to stay with your site. You need to use statements and questions that utilize the keywords people are looking for. You need to provide titles or headers describing your article’s content but they should be short and concise.

Use titles like, “6 Red Hot Tips to Make Money Online”. You can also use titles that command people, for example, “Make Your Website Interesting”. These types of titles reach out to your reader’s emotions and hopefully helps to make them interested to read your article blog post or article.

5) Keep them interested from the start to the finish.

Right from the start, in your opening paragraph, use real life situations that the reader can relate to. Use good descriptions and metaphors to drive your point, but don’t over do it. Put yourself in their shoes and try to imagine what you would like to be reading! This will help your reader and make it easy for them to understand straight away what it is you are trying to convey. Try to make the experience as pleasurable and enjoyable for them as you can.

6) Utilize figures when necessary and not just boring statements.

Using specific facts and figures can help to make your blog post or article authoritative. Try not to make it make too formal, keep it friendly and make your point!

Thanks for taking the time to read this post…

I hope you have found it interesting and informative…I welcome any comments, questions or feedback you might have to offer…

Best wishes and much success…

Steve

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About The Author

stephenedgar

My name is Steve & I live in Adelaide South Australia…

For the past 15 years or so I have worked in real estate sales & now I am a semi-retired real estate agent…spending most of my day (and night) trying to set up my own internet business.

Just over 3 years ago I was given a ticket to attend the National Achievers Congress which presented advanced ideas from some of the world’s leaders in their specific niches…including names like Scott Harris, Adam Ginsberg (eBay), Les Brown (motivational speaker), Andy Harrington (UK) to name but a few… for accelerating Wealth & Success…the star attraction was Sir Richard Branson!

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