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Having a problem with writing articles

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Jarod B, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. Jarod B

    Jarod B Junior Member

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    Hi...

    I've been reading about writing content for my sniper site(s) forever now (thanks to Google Sniper 2.0...), but I still feel uncomfortable and naive about the content. So far I only know about preselling and soft selling, but I don't know how to come up with the content. Can anyone help please?? I dont know if im taking the appropriate steps somehow =/.
     
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  2. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    It's time to stop reading forever, and write already. Select your keyword(s) based on its uniqueness, relevance to your niche topic and monthly search volume (use Google's keyword tool or kw software). Check the web for matching content others have already written, then rewrite it. Article directories, Yahoo answers (where people ask/answer questions about the topic), Youtube et al can get you ideas for material.

    Learn how to write a SEO-friendly 400, 500 or longer article based on your keywords, and the leading questions people ask in relation to those terms. That way you're writing to actual demands for info that people have actually typed up (full questions, not just the keyword). Wordtracker has a tool for this, below:

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    https://freekeywords.wordtracker.com/keyword-questions
     
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  3. Strygwyr

    Strygwyr Junior Member

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    Sounds to me like analysis paralysis. Like zebrahat said, just start writing. The more you write, the better you'll get at it - just like anything else in life. Writing is a skill to be developed and eventually you'll get your own style and flow.