When trying to beat out high-quality, some people become stuck on the number of articles needed to drive highly targeted traffic to a website. Perspective is the key to success.
On Christmas morning, a young man who had asked Santa for Mustang GT parts unwrapped a steering wheel, an engine, and a muffler. His requests were fulfilled by Santa. However, the young man desired more. He actually desired EVERY component of a Mustang GT so he could construct his own vehicle.
A business niche can resemble a Mustang GT quite a bit. You might assume that the reader of your articles in a given niche is only interested in a few particular details, but a niche is made up of many different details. Increase your horizons.
You can find plenty of topics to write about by broadening your perspective to include the entire niche. You might want to discuss brake systems, the wide range of tires that are available for the Mustang GT, or even all the different types of oil that are suitable for the car in the case of the Mustang GT. Maybe you’ll want to talk about colors or different paint jobs in your article. Even talking about how driving techniques change depending on the weather might be a good idea.
Broaden your perspectives to consider all facets of your topic once you’ve identified your target audience. Increase the amount of valuable content in your article by following this straightforward 5-step process.
Step 1: Explain to your audience the significance of what you’re writing about and provide them with useful details. This step involves stating the purpose of your article. This section of your article, which serves as the introduction, explains why readers should read it.
The second step is to explain to the reader what the article is about. What your article is about is this. Give them something worthwhile to absorb here. While some refer to it as “meat,” I prefer “spark.”
Step 3: Explain HOW to carry out the advice in your article. Without the HOW, you run the risk of having an article with a REJECTED stamp and no valuable content. Go back and add the HOW; that’s an easy fix.
Step 4: This is frequently the filler section where you restate all the information in your article, summarizing the points of view you’ve presented and providing support for the thesis. It’s common for an article to lack substance when the writer hasn’t rephrased the ideas in a way that makes sense to you.
The introduction to this article provides a simile of ideas that describes the differences between various parts and EVERY part of a Mustang GT. When the giver was asked to bring parts for a Mustang GT, they weren’t enough. However, the receiver was pleased when ALL parts were given. Articles can use the same symbolism. In order for the reader to understand what you’re trying to accomplish, you sometimes need to provide more information—the entire banana.
In step five, you give them the WHERE in your article’s Resource Box. What resources do they use to find the information you discuss in earlier sections of your article? Where can they find more information? In this section of your article, give them something that will make them eager to learn more.