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Time-Tested Methods To Inject Power Into Your Articles
November 6, 2018
It is commonly known that you want your business to pop up in the minds of prospective customers when they want to buy something you are selling. The insane race on the web to be the chosen one for business needs has reached epic levels. Whatever you write, the content on your site, needs to set you apart in some way. The way that you advertise, and market your business, needs to be unique in a similar way. Using proven techniques and strategies, you can accomplish this goal. But remember you want to be remembered for good reasons and not those that remind people why they do not want to choose you.
The power of storytelling is something that many marketers understand, but even more to not have a clue. Most marketers, in fact, and in my opinion, have no idea how powerful stories can be. Some marketers will utilize storytelling in pre-selling which is where it can work the best. Your marketing strategy should never be fixated on one particular technique. Keep that in mind at all times. It is all about making a well told story, not something that looks like sales copy, if you really want this strategy to work. By weaving your sales message and preselling into the story, you will be able to see if the strategy is effective or not. For the most part, people do not like to do a lot of work. Keep this in mind when you approach your niche audience.
Hard work is not something that most people strive to do. Most people are lazy, that’s how it is. So do your audience a big favor and remove all the hard work from reading and understanding your articles. Of course, you can still present information. But the way you present it needs to do most of the thinking. Need to spell out your analysis of what you are saying so that the people can get it right away. If you can take all of the mental work out of your writing, you will have raving fans for the rest of your life.
In this discussion about related niches, you can write some articles that are more geared to those related niches but they still are mainly about your primary niche.
When discussing related topics, you need to walk a fine line. It’s fun to do. I’ve seen it done before. But you must always use caution. If you can do this the right way, the potential for additional traffic is literally limitless as there are so many related topics that you can expand into. The key is to think “rinse and repeat”, but instead, you are writing for a completely different niche in a related topic. This can be very profitable for your bottom line.
This process is very simple! Although there are many IM products on the market, few actually cover this very simple strategy. If you’re like most people, you’ll have most of your troubles writing the content opposed to actually submitting the content to get it noticed. But you can get both accomplished with effort and dedication. Never think you have to be born with writing genes in order to produce great content.