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Write Articles Faster With This 5 Step Article Writing Process

If you’ve been in article marketing for a long time, you’ll find yourself writing, writing, and writing a lot more! After a while you start to wonder, “Is there an easier and faster way to write articles?”

I think so.

The goal is to write high-quality articles with as little time and energy as possible. Suggesting a default writing process that will be used every time is helpful for dragging the sidebar and starting the writing process quickly.

This is an effective writing method that I use to help you write articles more effectively:

1) What will your article cover?

I encourage you to consider writing some articles to educate your target market. The free reprint articles used in article marketing are educational articles (not sales promotions).

Therefore, think about the educational aspects when trying to consider the topic of the article. The “how” article is great, and the “hot tip” article is great too.

You may ask, “What are the top ten questions customers often ask me?”

Or, “What are the top ten misunderstandings or questions customers are asking me?”

From there you can probably choose the areas that the article should cover. If you propose 10 ideas, each idea can be a separate article.

2) Take notes.

After you determine the topic, start writing notes on the main points that you will introduce in the article.

These are just quick, short notes – you don’t have to try to write compelling sentences or paragraphs (you’ll do this later).

What are the main points to address?

What is your score?

Is this topic providing too many worthwhile points to cover in an article?

Then you can always save some points in another article.

Note: If you are creating two or more articles based on the same topic, do not rush to add titles to Part 1 and Part 2 of the article. Each article must be able to exist independently, as readers may not view all of your articles, but may only view one of your articles. Therefore, you should not include Part 1, etc. in the body of the article, or say “This is Part 1 of my three-part series.” Just treat each article as your only one so that even if the reader bumps into it, it makes sense.

3) Organize the order of articles.

After you’ve prepared all the points to include, it’s time to organize them.

When writing a “hot trick” article, try the following strategy: Make the 2 strongest techniques the first two on the list and the other of the strongest techniques the last item on the list. This is a little trick to guide readers on how to read your article – pull them down to the body of your article from the beginning. By increasing your power, you attract them to read your resource box (and leave a positive impression on them).

4) Create a draft.

After you have received a list of the points to be treated and have arranged all the points in the correct order, you can write!

Don’t think too long. This is your first version and you will have time to improve it in the future. Now you enrich your content and see how much valuable information you can provide in the limited words of your article.

I always create 700-800 word articles because articles of this site are most attractive to e-magazine publishers. This is also long enough to convey a lot of information.

After your first draft is complete, count the word count and adjust as needed.

5) Stay away from your articles.

Yes, that’s right – I know you want to submit, but patience pays off.

Keep the article for at least 24 hours and then read it again with fresh eyes. Taking a break from your article will help you see any mistakes or clumsy wording.

Make changes, then you can submit!

Making all of these preparations may sound like extra work, but trust me, it will cut down on the overall writing and editing time. This is how professional writers work – why not learn from professionals? By following this writing process, you can save time and produce high quality articles faster.

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