Writing content is crucial and spending time in doing it can only benefit you in the future. It’s not that hard but it’s a lot of work. The first thing you have to do is write, obvious but yes it’s that simple start writing after a while you get used to it and it comes naturally.
The next step is to polish your new found Diamond by making your content more specific, more focused and to be able to express your idea as smooth and short as possible. Today’s readers are skipping trough content like thunder so you must understand what a reader needs are and how he thinks.
How to Write User-Oriented Content More Quickly
Your audience is hungry.
They want content that’s relevant to their problems, solves the problems NOW, and isn’t just clickbait.
But they want it consistently. People get upset if they can’t read things on a regular basis.
And that poses a problem for you, the content creator:
How do you generate quality content, without resorting to clickbait, and do it fast?
There’s no formula for quickly writing clear, informative, and shareable content, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a framework. Read more…
Writing is all fine and good. But it doesn’t matter how good it is if it doesn’t get exposure, especially the right exposure. After all we try to make that sale, increase that conversion rate while also understanding the reader’s needs.
You’ve probably heard how paramount blogging is to the success of your marketing. Without it, your SEO will tank, you’ll have nothing to promote in social media, you’ll have no clout with your leads and customers, and you’ll have fewer pages to put those valuable calls-to-action that generate inbound leads. Need I say more?
So why, oh why, does almost every marketer I talk to have a laundry list of excuses for why they can’t consistently blog? Maybe because, unless you’re one of the few people who actually like writing, business blogging kind of stinks. You have to find words, string them together into sentences, and ughhh where do you even start? Read more…
At the end of the day writing is something artistic, everyone have’s his own style. That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t follow some guidelines. I think that the best combination is a 60% technical and 40% original approach. In this way you can still be professional enough to make a sale and reflect your personality at the same time.