How to write in a topic I don't know anything about?

Caspooor

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  • Re-write the original article on a paragraph by paragraph basis. If you re-write each sentence separately, you may end up with a messed up piece of content that doesn't make sense. Besides, it's easier that way anyway.
  • When re-writing the content, don't just replace each word with a synonym. Read the entire paragraph, understand it, minimize the browser tab, then write it in your own words.
  • Make sure to change any personal details, stories, etc.
  • When re-writing a list, do not forget to change the order whenever that's possible.
Just my $0.02, which is the average price of one word of content in the marketplace.

Thanks Nerva, can't thank you enough!!!

Your strategy seems very solid and easy to implement.

Will put it into action
 

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Thats one of the main skills a content creator needs: The ability to reseaerch.

Read at least 3-5 articles on the subject, break your article down into subheadings, then work on each one individually.
 

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First. Google.com
If you can't or won't do that, go to
Freelancers.com
 

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Research and read.

Right now i read content from three of the competitors in the niche, i re write the content from all three in my own words. The first few articles were under 1k words but now i am hitting around 1300 words each article and its longer than all of the competitors. Will be adding another 700 words to each article soon as well

  • Read and understand
  • Break down into subheadings
  • Reach a conclusion
  • Add in comments from people who may have commented on the competition
I am to break an article down in to as many subheadings as i can, then for each subheading i am for x amount of words.

If its five subheadings then 300 words for each makes a 1500 word article.
 

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You should learn something about it

Usually, article is about sharing knowledge
If you have nothing to share you'll get shitty piece of writing
 

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I personally use Reddit a lot when researching articles. Do note that my niche is pretty new and has few established resources and authorities, so there are a lot of questions that are only answered on Reddit (which gives me more content ideas!)

But Reddit posts will give you a lot of different ideas from what you will find in most articles topping the list for your keyword. Additionally, imperfect rewriting is harder to detect because Reddit users aren't researching whether or not their posts have been plagiarized. You can even create a thread on an appropriate subreddit to let the users do your research for you... if your question is unique enough to not get downvoted to oblivion, that is.

If you're unknowledgeable about your niche in general, you should spend time on that niche's biggest subreddits anyway. It will help you understand your audience, their problems, their lingo, etc. It's an invaluable tool IMO.
 

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Instead of going the simple rewriting route, read from several reputable sources and piece together an article with a unique structure that's much longer than competing articles. It's more time consuming this way, but you will end up with a way better article.
 

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So what?
You're allowed to use other peoples research in your articles.
You're even allowed to rewrite articles.
If you actually change paragraph/sentence structure, you can even create a unique piece.
Additionally, you can disguise it even more by using several source articles instead of just the one.

Just don't rewrite it badly, so in the end, it's not exactly the same.
Well said. Cheers
 
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