As you know a well-written article can do wonders for your exposure and traffic.
The article should contain good useful information. It should be of interest to the reader. A boring article could possibly brand your site as boring also. Although, someone might find it useful if they’re having trouble sleeping. You might want to write about your tips and techniques and turn them into a series of articles for the newcomers that are starting out in this business.
An article that solves someone’s particular problem or answers their questions is a good article. You will be amazed at the number of people that will read an informative and interesting article.
Whatever it is you choose to write about, you will be starting from the headline; it should catch the people’s attention. It must make them read the next paragraph with eagerness to learn more. The title of your article can more or less determine the success of your articles exposure.
Your chosen article topic must match the contents or theme of your website. If your expertise is about banner marketing and your website reflects this, then writing your article about the pros and cons of banner advertising or creation could be a good option.
Your article introduction should be powerful continuing from the headline. It must be compelling enough to keep the reader wanting more.
The content must be interesting and informative. It must contain what the headline and introduction promises. If the content is written with the intention to help the reader solve their problem or answer their questions, then your reader will appreciate your information and continue reading to the end and hopefully clicking on your link for more satisfying advice. At this point, the reader already likes your work, and the chances of him or her buying your product has been fused with trust.
As mentioned earlier the placement of your keywords is paramount to the success of your article reaching its target market. The keyword/s should exist in the headline of your article, in the introduction, and in the main body. They should not interfere with the flow of your message, and they should look like they belong there. Your keyword density probably shouldn’t exceed 3% in your article. This would simply mean 3 keywords for every hundred words.
Your article might be seen by thousands of potential customers, so it is important that you include a brief description of yourself or your product along with your name and website URL on the bottom. Your little adhere should entice the reader to visit the link.