Crafting excellent network marketing articles depends on several factors including great keyword choice and page rank optimization, which I have covered elsewhere (Google the terms for more information.). Above and beyond those things, the organization of the articles is all important and I will discuss that here. Network marketing success comes to those who demonstrate they are experts, and experts write practical and effective network marketing articles.
Select one main topic to develop in each article and do it within 400 to 800 words. The simple rule for writing any short article is this: Tell the readers what you are going to say. Say it. Tell them what you said. Since your topic is usually indicated by your keywords, put them in the title as well as in the opening paragraph. Note how I worked both ‘network marketing success’ and ‘network marketing articles’ into the title and then repeated them in the first paragraph.
The meat of your articles need not involve a lengthy explanation. Readers appreciate articles that get to the point, explain the point well in a few words, and finish with some direction toward a source of further, more complete, information clearly aimed at helping the interested person achieve his goals.
Leave nothing to the reader’s imagination in your articles. Be specific about what to do, how to do it, and when to do it. Reference your own marketing success as the basis for your suggestions. State or imply, “This is how I am achieving success in the articles I write and place on the web and on my free training blog.” Refrain from providing several alternatives. That’s confusing. If there is a second or third way to achieve some aspect of network marketing success, save it for another article. Put it on your blog and refer the readers to it in your Resource Box (the final, self promoting, paragraph, which many article sites allow. (see below) Never mention your offer or program in the body. Link to it, however, in the Resource Box.
If you are giving advice rather than providing information try writing the body of your network marketing articles in the first person – it helps the writer connect with his readers and lends a feeling of authority. The Resource Box should always be in the third person – as if someone else is writing about you.
So, begin your network marketing articles with your keywords. Suggest what you are going to talk about. State the meat of your information clearly and briefly in the first person. Provide a resource for additional information and talk yourself up in the Resource Box – help the reader want to follow you to your blog or offer. Add your key word(s) again in the final sentence of your network marketing articles when possible.
Well crafted and placed articles are the best routes I know toward internet marketing success.
Tom Gnagey is an accomplished writer of stories, novels, and advertising copy as well as having achieved substantial network marketing success, for which he prepared himself by affiliating with an exceptional MLM mentoring program