want to share this with people here. You don't have to write an article on a
dry topic and have it be dry.
Title - Article Writing Tips - Woo Me Or Lose Me
Some articles are a nightmare to get through. I mean a
downright painful experience the likes of which only root
canal can top. I sometimes wonder where these people learn
to write. Or maybe they didn't. Hey, anybody can sit at a
PC and type away. It takes some intelligence to actually say
something. Well, if you plan on writing articles and don't
want to put your reader into a coma, you better learn how to
spice up your writing a bit. Otherwise, your readers are
going to tune you out like a noisy police siren. No offense
to those brave men in blue.
Okay, to start off with, how about coming up with a title
that doesn't sound like it came out of the dictionary? Did
you notice the title of THIS article? Woo me or lose me. Now
that's got kind of a catchy ring to it. Okay, I'm not the
greatest poet in the world but it's better than half the
garbage I see floating around the Internet. You'd think
this stuff was written by some guy just off the turnip
truck. Look, if your title isn't captivating, nobody is
going to bother reading the article itself. So the first
step in writing a good article is coming up with a title
that gets people excited. Okay, not that excited.
After you've conquered your title blues, the next thing is
the content of the article. Look, I know some subjects are
drier than others, but hey, article writing isn't exactly
talking about having a party in Chinatown. And yet, look at
all the flowery prose I've managed to dump all over this
thing. It may have even gotten you to chuckle a few times.
If nothing else, it's not bland and boring. It's not
drudgery to get through it. As a matter of fact, I bet you
don't even realize that you're getting close to the end of
this article. See, and you thought I was going to put you to
Articles don't have to be a hell hole to get through. You
can say what you have to say and still keep people
interested. So throw away your dictionary and use some
Your readers will thank you for it.
To YOUR Success,
It's only 380 words but it makes the point and does it (I hope) in an
Now, you article writers out there...put some feeling into it for crying out
We now return you to your regularly scheduled yawn fest.