How to write a great article
1. A Good Title
- Start With a Catchy Title/ Headline
- don’t use a big word when a small word will do.
2. Write an introduction
The goal of the article should be described here
or How this article can help the reader
- Like Either fixes Something
- To do something new
- To make something better
- Create something new
- Educate on some new topic
- Answer questions asked by the reader
3. Body should have a subheading
- Paragraphs should have 5-6 lines max
- link other important Sites
- 3-7 Headings
- Put few paragraphs (Steps for how-to)
- Put few bullet points (Features, Steps for how-to)
- Main Information
- Additional Information
- What Else Can Be done
- What other question can be answered here?
4. Make a Conclusion (Lebel it conclusion)
- End with a question (so people can comment)
- What if it doesn’t solve the reader’s Problem?
- Does the reader have something else to say?
- Create Heading and Subheading
How to Use Headline Tags
Make sure you don’t skip a headline tag it should be in this order
General rules for headlines
- Use numbers and negative words in your headline.
- 65 characters or fewer.
- Headline (equals) content
- Odd numbers are better (for some unknown reason, perhaps someone can shed a light on this?)
- 6-word headlines!
- Avoid words with multiple meanings.
- Use power words + adjectives (fun, effortless, painstaking, strange, incredible, essential, absolute, happy, gentle, eager, melodic, modern, and quick are examples)
This is for headlines and blog posts also
- evoke curiosity (generate clicks)
- headline (equals) content (again hehe)
- conversational tone (you and I)
- don’t be too salesy
- should be clear and easy to read (the blog also)
- Answer objections!
Article Writing Topic Selection
The objective of your topic
- Solution Selling
- Create Solution to your Users Problems Not the Product
- Designed to reduce work
- Check what your users are looking for
What Else We Can Write In an article?
Include images of other’s opinions on social Media (Example 1)
Make links to other popular blog’s content
Questions to ask, Include answers In the Body Section
- Can this Do ….this?
- Does that include In ….?
- Is it Easy to use?
- Is it free?
- How much Do I Need to Pay?
- Does it have Built-In ….?
- What are the main Problems?
- Why should I use It?
- What are some examples of …?
- What is the difference between …..and ….?
- What are some common …… In ……?
- What are the steps to Do ….?
What should I do?
Ask yourself any of these questions regarding your topic and write out your answers as a way of identifying and considering possible venues for exploration.
Questions of definition:
- What is ____?
- How do we understand what ____ is?
- What is ____ composed of?
- Questions of comparison:
- What are other things that ____ is like?
- What are things that are nothing like ____?
- Questions of relationship:
- What causes ____?
- What effects does ____ have?
- What are the consequences of ____?
- Questions of circumstances:
- What has happened with ____ in the past?
- What has not happened with ____ in the past?
- What might possibly happen with ____ in the future?
- What is unlikely to happen with ____ in the future?
Questions of testimony:
- Who are the experts on ____ and what do they say about it?
- Who are people who have personal experience with ____ and what do they think about it?
- If any of these questions initiate some interesting ideas, ask follow-up questions like, “Why is this the case? How do I know this? How might someone else answer this question differently?”
What should I do?
Identify your topic, then write out your answers in response to these questions:
- Who are the main stakeholders or figures connected to ____?
- What is ____?
- Where can we find ____? Where does this happen?
- When or under what circumstances does ____ occur?
- Why is ____ an issue? Why does it occur? Why is it important?
- How does ____ happen?
What Images can I Include?
Opinions from Peoples Fb Post/Twitter Post/Social Media Post
Example 1: It can be used in the introduction so it lets other people know what people think about this.
Where To Find Information
- <p class=”note”>This is an example of a sentence with note class check how it looks in the frontend</p>
- Please also check how this works
your code here
use this code snippet when you are sharing some code examples for WordPress/PHP/HTML/CSS
- Search on my website www.webprotime.com for similar articles and make sure you link to them from your current article.
- This is not mandatory but it would be great if you can find a related topic and link to it. This is called Internal linking in a website. If you don’t understand what I am referring to, please do a google search for internal linking and you will know what to do.