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Writing Triggers - Your Key To Article Writing Productivity

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Posted 25th August 2011 at 03:55 PM by rapidscc

Have you ever experienced getting excited to write about one topic and when you're ready to start realized that you don't know where to begin? Why not try to create a list of writing triggers to keep you writing productively.

That happened to me recently when I found a site where you'll get paid from $2 to $5 per article depending on article length.

I felt excited about the opportunity. So I immediately signed up and started looking for available topics to write about.

There were a lot, however most of the internet marketing topics were not available so I had to settle for something else to write about.

I continued and finally set my eyes on a request for a travel article. I thought to myself that it would be easy.

However, I was wrong! As soon as I started writing, I felt funny. I was able to start a few sentences but I can't continue.

I had several research materials available but still I can't seem to determine what to write next. I even had a magazine beside me with some travel article examples. Still, nada.

So, I ended giving up on the topic.

However, since I have this habit of thinking about things and analyzing them, I kept on thinking about what happened and what I could do so as not to fall in the same situation.

Luckily, I found a solution today. It's about writing triggers.

I realized that when you have a list of writing triggers for topics, you won't go to a lot of trouble and spend a lot of effort trying to determine how to start the article and what ideas to discuss on each article you write.

When you have writing triggers or a basically a list of different idea catalyst for different types of articles, you'll be able to immediately write an article by following a standard idea about the topic to be discussed in it.

One example of writing trigger for a family memoir is the idea of writing about your father playing with you when you were still young.

For travel, a good writing trigger would be the idea of walking in the beach if the place is near one or maybe the experience of fine dining when the place is popular for it's restaurants.

So, if you are having a writers block why not try to think of a writing trigger, one idea that would make you continue with your writing task. Try it next time you experienced some blocks when writing and let's see if it works for you as well.

Here's one comprehensive work on example writing triggers for family memoirs. Just create something similar for other type of articles you need written.

http://www.squidoo.com/writing-trigg...amily-memories

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