Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Article Wednesday: Learn to Write Articles That Maintain the Readers Interest

If you want to learn to write articles that maintain the interest of your readers, you want to avoid wandering from the intended topic too often. Your article writing efforts should always focus on the subject or point you're trying to make to the reader. By deviating from the main topic, you risk confusing and losing the reader while also making the writing process more difficult. Let's face it writing articles can be challenging enough as it. By adding content that is meaningless to the reader, you are also creating more work for yourself. Effective writing skills should include trying to make your point using as few words as possible while keeping the reader's interest. Let's look at 5 major advantages you gain when writing articles that are concise and don't stray from the intended point. Increases Authors' Focus By sticking to the subject or theme of the article the writer can maintain better focus and complete the composition quicker. Allowing yourself to ramble needlessly requires more time and effort to be invested into the article writing process. Keep Reader Attention The reader selected your article based upon a given point you made to attract them to the content either thru a snippet or headline. The more you deviate from that point the less interest the reader will maintain. Prevents Long Rambling Articles Concentrating on the central theme of the article helps prevent the author from going off on tangents of no interest to the reader. This focus thus allows the article subject matter to be presented in a more concise fashion. Another benefit of a more concentrated focus when writing is there is less likelihood of important points or issues being forgotten and left out altogether. Easier to Read, Easier to Complete An article that sticks to the point is generally easier to read due to the content being consistent and therefore more flowing. With fewer distractions or diversions, the readers' interest is held and the content is easier to understand. Withheld Content = New Article You know all those diversions and tangents you didn't take but wanted to when you were writing that last article? You can now use them to base a brand new and totally separate article on. More content means more articles which in turn translates into a greater circulation and increased exposure for you. As you see when you learn to write articles using as few words as possible you automatically make your own article writing efforts easier. By focusing primarily on your intended subject, you shorten the entire writing process by excluding any additional and useless content. Effective writing skills like this not only benefit the reader with more concise and interesting content but also save the writer extra time and effort. So remember the next time you sit down to write an article just focus on making your point. Your readers will be happier as will you with the time and effort you save.

About The Author

TJ Philpott is an author and Internet entrepreneur based out of North Carolina. For additional online success tips and a free guide that demonstrates how to find both profitable markets and products visit: http://affiliatequickstart.com

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