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Are you suffering from writer's block? You know that you want to right that next article, blog post, ebook, or book but you just can't seem to get going. Here are a few tips to help you:1. Try writing for ten minutes without stopping. Do not judge what you have written just keep writing.2. If you are stopped because of a topic, think about holidays, trends, popular topics, look at other popular articles and consider writing on the same topic, books you have read recently, or what is in the news. Two websites to find lists of topics include http://www.selfgrowth.com and http://www.alltop.com3. Stop and take a break. It is amazing what this can do for you.4. Re-read what you have already written in the past and see if any of your previous writings give you some inspiration and ideas.5. Think about what your target market wants to hear.6. Use a mind map to come up with an outline first and then write.7. Watch some videos or a movie and take notes about what comes to mind.8. Flip through some self-help books and look for titles that might strike inspiration.9. Read some motivational quotes.10. Post a partially completed article or book chapter on a message board and ask for feedback.Do you need some more article writing and marketing ideas?Check out http://www.articlemarketingiseasy.com
Ah great tips there AnnaLauraBrown on generating ideas on what to write on. So are you a regular writer yourself?
This is a very helpful post especially to those bloggers that use their talents or skills in writing to gain traffic for their website. Thanks a lot! I got to say that I indeed agree with the tips you have jotted down here especially no. 5 wherein you put in mind your target audience.This post has been edited by tyroneshum: May 1 2009, 06:37 AM
You can write really well Anna. Can you show us some of the samples of your article?
Wow, thank you for the links! For me, once I get a topic, I can usually just write, no problems. It is finding great topics that my target audience will find useful and interesting that is my biggest challenge. Often, I just start writing about a topic and put down everything I know into the document. Then I cut and paste and do a little editing to make a coherent article. The great thing about this method is that I often get more than one article out of a writing session!
Great article here... thanks for posting. Whenever I see one of your threads I can count on it being a winner. Anyway, I have a few tips to add:>I aint' no rapper master of rhymes but I school the ladies in a class of mine! >I aint' never seen so much GREEN than when my TEAM hit the SCENE, it must be a dream! >And we were smoking, and drinking, and humping, and likin' it! YEAH!!>Tech's in the air when the mood really STRIKES me>Caravan, Veteran, Cheddar is better man!Have a great day! -Edward Brown