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Article Marketing - Compelling Articles Improve Web Site Promotion


Promoting articles that relate to the content of your website can be a terrific way to advance your search engine rankings and surge traffic. Unfortunately, poorly written articles end up buried in the article directory junkyards getting restricted visibility. On the other hand, compelling articles retain visibility, expand your online visibility and considerably elevate your back link popularity. Read on to learn how you can write more motivating articles.

There is a huge demand for key phrase relevant and rich content by other webmasters that creates a tremendous opportunity for you to promote your web site. You can capitalize on this demand, by writing short articles that relate to your web site content and promoting those articles on article repositories. As your articles proliferate, article promotion establishes you as an specialist in the field. More importantly, it places your one-way link into the article directory site and every other site that publishes your content. This proliferation will strengthen your search engine ranking and also generate organic traffic that is not dependant on the search engines.

No matter what your article is about, as a writer you must captivate the reader. Remember, you are publishing articles to promote your website and get one-way back links. With a poorly written article you’ll get back links from the article repositories you submit to, but you’ll miss out on the key benefit to writing articles. The key goal is to get publishers and webmasters to use your content; not just to get your article listed in the repositories. You want your articles to proliferate. Only then, will your embedded links get intense exposure.

The Style - The number of web masters that will use your content is affected by your writing style. Let's look at this from two perspectives - do's and don'ts. Your writing style should be conversational; try to talk directly to the reader. Vary your sentence structure. Occasional rhythmic pauses give an opportunity to reflect. Write concisely and use common words. Be creative. On the flip side, always proofread. Spelling and grammatical errors turn people off. Better yet, have someone else proofread for you. To boost your writing skills, read more. As you read, focus on the writer's style. Learn from good authors.

The Hook - The most imperative part of your article is the title; it will make or break your article. If you want to entice a reader to read the first paragraph, you must pull them in with the title. Most writers don't take the time to write good titles. This could be due to laziness or simply a lack of expertise. It really is quite simple. Treat your title like a headline. Be creative. Use a catchy keyword rich phrase that aligns with the content of your website. Believe it or not, your title will determine how much traffic your article will get back to your website.

The Angle - Select a topic you are passionate about that relates to your website. Your excitement for the topic will show through in the content. Develop an idea around the topic, but with a different spin. Lead off with this angle. Intrigue the reader. Once you have his/her attention, expand on your angle. Explain how your angle benefits the reader or solves a problem they face. Loosely speaking, this is your value proposition. Underscore how your article is different than other articles on the topic. This entices people to read the second paragraph. Use the remainder of the article to expand your key points.

The Close - Your final paragraph should emphasize what the reader should do after reading your article. This paragraph should summarize your article and build a bridge to the resource box. The resource box is usually the only place you can place a link to your web site. You need to entice the reader to follow that link. You can do this by stressing your competence on the subject matter, providing the opportunity for more advice or both. To learn how to do this effectively, review other articles by other authors and adapt a style that appeals to you.

The motivation of this article is to offer suggestions on writing compelling content. An article written for the web should be informative and hold the reader's attention. To do this it should be relevant to the title, well written and contain at least some essential facts not readily available to the reader. Find an angle on your subject matter and focus on developing it in your article. Don't write articles just to promote your resource box. Your content will suffer and the article will probably be of little interest to anyone.

Submitted by:

Marcus Pore

Marcus Pore is article directory webmaster who encourages you improve your web site promotion efforts through article marketing. Learn more about this key search engine optimization strategy and promote your articles at:

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