Writing articles is also somewhat better, but choosing the right topic is really a tough one.
Read more and understand what you read, this makes the habit to write a good article. Initially start with your own favourite topic, then proceed with some other keywords and start writing your article. There is no limit for happy when your saw your FIRST article is published.
you should write those articles which attract visitors and your title should use : "how to", " the secret of ..." , this kind of title can attract so many visitors, don;t copy content, you should write yourself
content is always the king
Anyone can write since we all have something to say really. But not everyone can write something good. That's the difference. So if its really not your thing, sometimes the more you pressure yourself the more you'll get a blank page on your thoughts. But I think if you just want to get motivated, you could always read others work just to trigger some ideas. But don't copy it. Never copy someone else's work.
What I personally do is put myself in my client's shoes: what can I write about that my clients would like to read? For me (I run a technical blog), it's on common problems that my clients have. The idea with my writing though, is to gain clients- not website visitors.
ya...u must have some knowledge about the topic you are going to write about ...
hay...start with ur self..ur neighbour, ur friends...ur profession...ur fav book or movie..and u will be writer in a week..
a tip I have for you (which I use for writing my articles) is I record myself saying what I want to convey to the reader first. I then re-listen to the recording and write it out. this is a good exercise because it allows you to communicate in a way you normally would in person (which is what readers want to see on your blog). think about this: would you rather read an incredibly long blog post which slowly gets to the final point, or would you rather read a relatively short article which gets to the point quickly without confusion?
First, you have to consider the reason for your article writing. Is it for business purposes or just a personal hobby? If it is content writing for a certain website or you're writing for clients, then you really have to research further especially when you only have a bit knowledge on the topic you were given.
I find it just comes naturally, that's not what you want to hear though right? honestly most of the time if you're not good at writing content it will be easier to hire somebody. If they charge $2 an article and it takes you an hour to do that article surely it has worked out better to pay the $2
Well, when I was in high school and college I used to hate writing articles a lot, but now, having the experience and learning from it from all those years makes it a bit easier to make the articles. What helps are things like Google Alerts which notifies me with what ever is new with relation to the topic that I would be writing and sometimes, ideas just comes up out of the blue...
If you are having a writer’s block, then go and get some stimuli. Writing should not be a job that confines you. Remember that you still have your freedom. So, why not go and do something that can spark some stimuli and encourage you to finish your writing jobs.
It all depends on your website...If you know your products/service well articles should come easy.
I usually think about what I would look if I were to buy this product or service...
then what I would look once I had the product/service such as how to do something.
Make the lists and write articles
This way, you get to the customer to buy the product or service, have them coming back to your website to find out ways or better ways to use it, and may browse around to find other products they might be interested in