Article Marketing – A Simple Strategy For Writing Lots Of Articles Quickly

Writing a few articles a week will bring you some targeted traffic and sales, but you will get even better results if you write a lot of articles. The more articles you write, the more successful you are likely to be. Don’t worry, I’m not suggesting that you spend all your time writing articles, once you get into the flow, you’ll find that it’s easy to write a lot of articles quickly.

A strategy for writing lots of articles quickly

Create a list of bullet points before you start 

The bullets will form the outline of your article. If you write a quick outline before you actually write the article, the article will almost write itself.

Once you have your outline, you just need too write two or three sentences for each bullet point. Creating an outline before you start will help you to keep on topic and fulfil the promise of the article title.

Give your article a powerful headline

Your headline needs to be keyword rich and promise a benefit. Target the keywords you want to rank highly for in the search engines and include the keyword phrase in your title.

When you are writing a lot of articles it’s a good idea to target variations of your main keyword phrases and branch out to subtopics that will be of interest to your niche.

Focus

Close Twitter and email, and resist the temptation to have the TV on in the background. The key to writing a lot of articles quickly is to set writing goals and stay focused.

If you would like some help to write more articles quicker than you ever thought possible, I recommend you check out

How To Write A 400 Word Article Quickly

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One thought on “Article Marketing – A Simple Strategy For Writing Lots Of Articles Quickly

  1. Hello Lynn,

    Those are excellent points. Hopefully with people focusing on those points and moving away from social distractions momentarily, they will realize how easy it is to write an article.

    These days it takes me about 10 minutes to crank one out and I use methods very similar to yours.

    Thanks for the pointers!

    Fred

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