Writing Effective Copy

imagesWhen writing effective copy online to increase sales it is vitally important to connect with your reader in order to convey your marketing message. Most people are cynical when viewing any advertising copy due to the amount of hype often used. The most effective way to engage readers is to touch upon an emotional cord, thereby drawing them deeper into what you have written. Blasting people with outlandish claims tends to increase their resistance to your advertising copy.

Below are 10 tips to use when composing sales content to help you connect with your prospects, this will allow you to effectively deliver your marketing message.

Attention Getting Headline

Peak the curiosity of readers by ‘hinting’ at what type of ‘sensational’ information awaits them within the body of your content. You must get them to read further into your advertising copy in order to get your points across and/or to persuade them to make a purchase.

Address the Problem

Identify the problem from which readers are suffering and that your offer will address to further engage people even deeper into your copy. At this point you have ‘touch a chord’ with others because they now feel you can relate with what they are going through. It is this connection they will help you better communicate any marketing message you may have.

Offer a Solution

Provide for a people a reasonable solution to their problem and do so in a credible manner. It is here that you are providing some legitimacy to the claims of your solution. You must be believable and convey your message in a clear and logical fashion! Using a more reasonable, deliberate and calmer tone in your advertising copy will be soothing to readers thereby lessening their resistance.

Show the Benefits

By showing people the problem as mentioned above you are also reminding them of their discomfort, suffering or pain! Here is where you allow them to imagine the ‘benefits’ that your offer will afford them and how their previous and undesirable feelings and/or situation will be solved! In order to increase sales with any promotional copy you will always need to show people how they will benefit!

Give Proof

The use of testimonials or logical and reasonable explanations that serves to make your benefit claims more believable or understandable helps to again lessen reader resistance. This reassurance is necessary and needed to get people to take the action you require.

Present Your Offer

Here is where you tell people you got the solution and they need to take the necessary action as required to posses the solution and enjoy the benefits! Once you have ‘rolled out’ your solution again review how it will help them and therefore why they need to have it!

Give Reassurance

Here is where you offer a guarantee to further assure readers and lay to rest any lingering doubts that they may have. You want them to feel any risk at this point is minimal or better yet non-existent! Money back guarantees are quite normal and expected when dealing with any reputable business. Here too you are aiming to knock down any remaining ‘walls’ of resistance or doubt people may still possess!

Your Call to Action

imgresThis is your wake-up call to readers telling them to take action, NOW and stop the suffering, discomfort or otherwise undesirable feelings/experience they currently have! Telling them the solution is at hand and theirs for the taking right at this point further lessens resistance and compels them to take action. You are nudging them along without blatantly pushing them which would only serve to increase their reluctance and fuel their doubt! It is all about subtlety and your proper use of it to keep people reading your advertising copy! It stands to reason that the more they read the greater the chance you will have to deliver your marketing message. In order to increase sales you absolutely must get your message across, so writing effective copy is so important!

Review Their Current Situation

Here you are simply reminding people of why they are even reading your copy, because they have a need or desire to make ‘things’ better! Reminding them you have the solution and it is easily within their grasp further triggers emotions that pushes them closer to taking action!

Remind People of the Benefits

Ending your copy on a positive note quite simply remind people of the good things they stand to experience and the negative ones they can easily eliminate, RIGHT NOW!

When writing effective copy for the sake of promoting something it is usually best to use subtly and not a ‘in your face’ approach. When people are viewing any advertising copy they always have the option of turning away thereby not receiving the intended marketing message. Subtly on the other hand serves to win the confidence and strike a connection with readers as the discussion above explains. By doing so people are then able to become more engaged in what you have written. The point is that the more they are willing to read, the greater the chances you advertising copy will have it intended effect which is simply to increase sales!

Do You Just Press Publish Then Hope?

Are you the sort of blogger who just presses the publish tab and then hopes for the best?

The publish then hope approach will never get you or your posts noticed, not in a million years.

There are a few things you can do to increase your readability before you press publish then hope for the best.

  1. Don’t be caught out by the grammar police. imgresWhen you have finished your writing always check the spelling and grammar of the post or article, use the spellcheck option or a service like Grammarly. Proofreading is always a good idea, read it out loud, check headings, titles and cross check citations. It is always a good idea to check your work more than once before publishing.
  2. Try to link to old content on your site. Internal linking will improve the structure of your website, increase the overall authority of your sites internal pages thus improving the likelihood of inbound link potential. To do this is quite simple, open an old published post, and find the relevant place in the article to place the link to the new page or post.
  3. Always post to Facebook. When a new post is placed on Facebook add an enticing & interesting sentence that will capture peoples attention, explain briefly the benefits of reading further and how your article will help them.
  4. Post to LinkedIn. This something I do all the time, not just to general LinkedIn followers but to all the groups I am in, there are a lot of good professional marketing groups on this platform. At the time of writing there is not too much spam either which is helpful.
  5. Tweet about it. Write a short, jazzy introduction to your new post to grab the interest of your followers and in turn attract new followers to your brand. Include a hashtag or two but don’t over do that part.
  6. Reddit is a very useful tool. Post here as well. Most Reddit users are addicted to the site, and their readers very often share content, opinions good or bad on articles, posts or images shared.
  7. Create a question at the end of a post. When you do this it will encourage your readers to think deeply about the topic and also you will be able to engage with them more significantly.
  8. Share on news aggregation sites. Platforms like Alltop serve as a great resource where readers can find loads of content on the subjects that interest them. Many bloggers share their content on these type of sites to gain an influx of new quality traffic and leads.
  9. Send your subscribers an email. imagesA lot of internet marketers mail their list on a daily basis, others prefer two or three times a week, but whatever your preference is always send a mail out when you create a new piece of writing. My preference is Getresponse.
  10. Publish to relevant networks. Whether it be Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest, Snapchat, Stumbleupon or Google+ just share it, get it out there and become noticed.
  11. Comment on other peoples posts. This strategy is great for building rapport and trust and will gets you good results, keep providing value and the winning formula will prevail.
  12. Always respond to comments on your blog posts and return the favour. It can be time consuming but will be worth it in the end, you will gain a good reputation and in-turn more followers.
  13. Follow these ideas and never worry about the publish then hope conundrum ever again.

ebook Publishing

Steps to ebook Publishing Success

So your best friend owns a top publishing company, giving you an immediate foot through the door, this will still not
guarantee you an ebook publishing success story.

imagesFirst, you have to write a quality book that has a clear target audience. And your book must answer a common problem or need that audience shares. Then you
have to develop a marketing plan, and stick to it.

Let’s begin with the process that should commence before you write your first word. Begin by reading A LOT. Read both books you passionately love and books
you can’t seem to make it past page five. Then figure out what the author did in the book you loved, and what was wrong with in the book you couldn’t finish.
Write down these points so they are crystal clear to you. Read other people’s books for inspiration and to discover what you should avoid as a writer.

The next step is to plan out your book. Narrow down your subject, and then divide it into chapters. Each chapter should address a specific aspect of the
problem your book is going to solve. In each chapter, break the specific aspect down into several parts. This will help your readers take in your information a
bit at a time instead of overwhelming them with every bit of information clogging up the pages until they feel like they’re about to go blind. It’s not quite
spoon-feeding the information to your readers, but it’s close.

The next two steps are obvious. Write your book and then revise it. And then revise it again. And perhaps again. Of course, writing is extremely hard, and
writing a book can seem like an impossible task. There are many books out there that give you guidelines to help you become familiar, and even love the process
of writing and revision. Find a number of books about writing. Better yet, find a number of books about writing the specific type of book you aspire to write.
These can serve as roadmaps on your writing journey.

Once you’ve written your ebook and revised it at least twice, show it to someone else whose opinion you respect. If you’re lucky enough to know a good editor,
see if you have something to barter for him or her to go through your manuscript. Or join a writing group and let the other members critique your work.

Then take all these ideas from other people, and revise your manuscript one last time. And then stop! Put down that pen! Get your hands off the keyboard!

One of the most important steps to actually producing an ebook is to know when to stop writing and tinkering with it.

You’ve finally written your ebook! What do you do next?

 

How to turn your ebook into Profits

imagesEbooks are a revolutionary way to publish your book without incurring the costs of print production. All you need is a relevant and targeted subject and some
inexpensive software, and you can transform your manuscript into a book.

The problem, in terms of actually seeing any profits from your ebook, is that the market is overwhelmed with ebooks, and many of them are not worth the time
it takes to download them. Just because the ability exists to easily produce an ebook, doesn’t make it good writing.

Make sure your book does not simply rehash old material. You will damage your credibility as an author by claiming to offer valuable new insights and
disappointing your audience with material they’ve read a million times before. So spend enough time writing and revising your book to make sure it’s of the
highest quality and presents the most current information. A good book will eventually sell itself; false claims about your book will make it extremely
difficult to sell any future books you may write.

Assuming you have determined that you do indeed have a quality product that answers some question or need of your target audience with NEW information, how do you
know how much to charge for it? Rule number 1: Set a price for your book equal to its value. An under-priced ebook will only give the impression that
your book isn’t worth very much.

To figure out a fair price, estimate how much time you put into creating it and how difficult it was to transform the necessary information into
understandable and engaging writing. Figure out how much your time and effort is worth, and then price it accordingly. The goal is for you to be adequately
compensated for your talent, your time, and your effort.

Once you’ve figured out a price that is high enough to convey the value of the book, but not so high as to be out of the reach of your target audience’s mean
budget, then it’s time to offer it for sale on your website. To attract sales, you will need to develop a promotional campaign, particularly if you are an unknown author.

There are multitudes of books about self-promotion that will guide you in your efforts. Choose a plan that is both creative and professional. Learn how to write a catchy yet informative press release, and send copies of your ebook to sites that specialize in ebook reviews.

Learn how to write powerful sales copy, or hire someone to write it for you. This is an essential. You absolutely need excellent sales copy to sell your book. Make sure the copy includes all the reasons your target audience needs your book, and the benefits they will derive from buying it.

Use graphics in your promotional materials. Beautiful graphics have the power to instantly convey the quality and value of your ebook. Graphics can also convey the amount of valuable information the book contains, and your careful attention to detail. Professional graphics sell professional books. They reassure the customer that the product is what it claims to be.

Consider excerpting chapters for articles. You can offer these tidbits for free on your website as a sort of demo of your book. Include an order form for your ebook at the end of the excerpted articles.

Finally, when you set-up your download link, make sure to simplify the process. It’s a good idea to offer a few bonuses that make your book even more enticing to purchase, but make sure the bonuses are valuable and high quality. Too many bonuses that are basically a load of useless stuff will compromise the impression your audience has of your ebook. The goal is to convey
to your audience that they are getting a quality product for a good deal. That means applying restraint, especially when it comes to adding bonus items. Too much free stuff offered diminishes your
credibility.

Make sure your book is a quality product. Make sure it is relevant and current. Develop an effective marketing plan that includes excellent sales copy and excerpted articles. Then offer your ebook for sale, and wait for your audience to discover you!

How To Overcome Writers Block

So what exactly is writers block?

writers block“Well, I just can’t think of a single thing to say, let alone write about, my mind is a blank. Oh well, I’ll go and do something else instead.”

Does that sound familiar?

We have all experienced this phenomenon when we absolutely have to write something, particularly on a deadline. I’m talking about. . . . .uh, I can’t think of what the word is . . oh, yes, it’s on the tip of my tongue . . . it’s: WRITER’S BLOCK!!!!

Whew! I feel better just getting that out of my head and onto the page!

Writer’s block is the patron demon of the blank page. You may think you know EXACTLY what you are going to write, but as soon as that evil white screen appears before you, your mind suddenly goes completely blank. I’m not talking about stare at the wall until enlightenment hits kind of blank.

I’m talking about sweat trickling down the back of your neck, anguish and panic and suffering kind of blank. The tighter the deadline, the worse the anguish of writer’s block gets.

Having said that, let me say it again. “The tighter the deadline, the worse the anguish of writer’s block gets.” Now, can you figure out what might possibly be causing this horrible plunge into speechlessness? The answer is obvious: FEAR! You are terrified of that blank page. You are terrified you have absolutely nothing of value to say. You are afraid of the fear of writers block itself!

It doesnt necessarily matter if you’ve done a decade of research and all you have to do is string sentences you can repeat in your sleep together into coherent paragraphs. Writers block can strike anyone at any time. Based in fear, it raises our doubts about our own self-worth, but it’s sneaky. It’s writer’s block, after all, so it doesn’t just come and let you know that. No, it makes you feel like an idiot who just had your frontal lobes removed through your sinuses. If you dared to put forth words into the greater world, they would surely come out as gibberish!

writers blockLet’s try and be rational with this irrational demon. Let’s make a list of what might possibly be beneath this terrible and terrifying condition.

1. Perfectionism. You must absolutely produce a
masterpiece of literature straight off in the first
draft. Otherwise, you qualify as a complete failure.

2. Editing instead of composing. There’s your
monkey-mind sitting on your shoulder, yelling as soon
as you type “I was born,” no, not that, that’s wrong!
That’s stupid! Correct correct, correct?

3. Self-consciousness. How can you think, let alone
write, when all you can manage to do is pry the
fingers of writer’s block away from your throat enough
so you can gasp in a few shallow breaths? You’re not
focusing on what you’re trying to write, your focusing
on those gnarly fingers around your windpipe.

4. Can’t get started. It’s always the first sentence
that’s the hardest. As writers, we all know how
EXTREMELY important the first sentence is. It must be
brilliant! It must be unique! It must hook your
reader’s from the start! There’s no way we can get
into writing the piece until we get past this
impossible first sentence.

5. Shattered concentration. You’re dog is sick. You
suspect your mate is cheating on you. Your electricity
might be turned off any second. You have a crush on
someone. You have a dinner party
planned for your in-laws. You . . . Need I say more.
How can you possibly concentrate with all this mental
clutter?

6. Procrastination. It’s your favorite hobby. It’s your soul mate.

FACE IT,  IT IS ONE OF THE REASONS YOU HAVE WRITERS
BLOCK!

How to Overcome Writers Block

Okay. I can hear that herd of you running away from
this article as fast as you can. Absurd! you huff.
Never in a million years, you fume. Writer’s block is
absolutely, undeniably, scientifically proven to be
impossible to overcome.

Oh, just get over it! Well, I guess it’s not that
easy. So try to sit down for just a few minutes and
listen. All you have to do is listen, you don’t have
to actually write a single word.

Ah, there you all are again. I am beginning to make
you out now that the cloud of dust is settling.

I am here to tell you that WRITERS BLOCK CAN BE
OVERCOME.

There are ways to trick this nasty demon. Pick one,
pick several, and give them a try. Soon, before you
even have a chance for your heartbeat to accelerate,
guess what, you are writing.

Here are some tried and true methods of overcoming
writer’s block:

1. Be prepared. The only thing to fear is fear itself.
I know, that’s a cliche, but as soon as you start
writing, feel free to improve on it. If you spend
some time mulling over your project before you
actually sit down to write, you may be able to
circumvent the worst of the crippling panic.

2. Forget perfectionism. No one ever writes a
masterpiece in the first draft. Don’t put any
expectations on your writing at all! In fact, tell
yourself you’re going to write absolute garbage, and
then give yourself permission to happily stink up your
writing room.

3. Compose instead of editing. Never, never write your
first draft with your monkey-mind sitting on your
shoulder making snide editorial comments. Composing is
a magical process. It surpasses the conscious mind by
galaxies. It’s even incomprehensible to the conscious,
editorial, monkey-mind. So prepare an ambush. Sit down
at your computer or your desk. Take a deep breath and
blow out all your thoughts. Let your finger hover over
your keyboard or pick up your pen. And then pull a
fake: appear to be about to begin to write, but
instead, using your thumb and index finger of your
dominant hand, flick that little annoying ugly monkey
back into the barrel of laughs it came from. Then jump
in quickly! Write, scribble, scream, howl, let
everything loose, as long as you do it with a pen or
your computer keyboard.

4. Forget the first sentence. You can sweat over that
all-important one-liner when you’ve finished your
piece. Skip it! Go for the middle or even the end.
Start wherever you can. Chances are, when you read it
over, the first line will be blinking its little neon
lights right at you from the depths of your
composition.

5. Concentration. This is a hard one. Life throws us
so many curve balls. How about thinking about your
writing time as a little vacation from all those
annoying worries. Banish them! Create a space, perhaps
even a physical one, where nothing exists except the
single present moment. If one of those irritating
worries gets by you, stomp on it like you would an
ugly bug!

6. Stop procrastinating. Write an outline. Keep your
research notes within sight. Use someone else’s
writing to get going. Babble incoherently on paper or
on the computer if you have to.

Just do it! Tack up anything that could possibly help
you to get going: notes, outlines, pictures of your
grandmother. Put the cookie you will be allowed to eat
when you finish your first draft within sight ? but
out of reach. Then pick up the same type of writing
that you need to write, and read it. Then read it
again. Soon, trust me, the fear will slowly fade away.
As soon as it does, grab your keyboard, and get
writing!

Make your E-Book Engaging

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How to make your E-Book Engaging

You must figure out how to keep your writing engaging. Often anecdotes, testimonials, little stories, photos, graphs, advice, and tips will keep the reader turning the pages. Sidebars are useful for quick, accessible information, and they break up the density of the page.

Write with a casual, conversational tone rather than a formal tone such as textbook diction. Reader’s respond to the feeling that you are having a conversation with them. Break up the length and structure of your sentences so you don’t hypnotise your readers into sleep. Sentences that are all the same length and structure tend to be a good aid for insomnia!

Good writing takes practice. It takes lots and lots of practice. Make a schedule to write at least a page a day. Read books and magazines about the process of writing, and jot down tips that jump out at you. The art of writing is a lifetime process; the more you write (and read), the better your writing will become. The better your writing becomes, the bigger your sales figures.

In an E-Book that is read on the screen, be aware that you must give your reader’s eye a break. You can do this by utilising white space. In art classes, white space is usually referred to as “negative space.” Reader’s eyes need to rest in the cool white oasis you create on your page. If your page is too dense, your reader will quit out of it as soon as their eyes begin to tear.

Make use of lists, both bullet points and numbers. This makes your information easy to absorb, and gives the reader a mental break from dissecting your paragraphs one after the other.

Finally, decide on an easy-to-read design. Find a font that’s easy on the eyes, and stick to that font family. Using dozens of fonts will only tire your readers out before they have even got past your introduction. Use at least one and a half line spacing, and text large enough to be read easily on the screen, but small enough so that the whole page can be seen on a computer screen. You will have to experiment with this to find the right combination.

Of course, don’t forget to run a spell and grammar check. You are judged by something as minor as correct punctuation, so don’t mess up a great book by tossing out semicolons randomly, or stringing sentences together with commas. (By the way, that’s called a “comma splice.”)

Last of all: create an index and a bibliography. That’s it! You’ve written a book! Now all you have to do is compile and publish your E-Book online, and wait for download request from your website visitors!

Writing An e-book

So Just Where Do I Start When Writing an e-book?

The hardest part of writing an e-book is the first sentence. When you look at the whole project, it seems like an impossible task. That’s why you have to break it down into manageable tasks. Think of climbing a mountain. You are standing at the foot of it and looking up at its summit vanishing into the clouds. How can you possibly scale such an immense and dangerous mountain?

There is only one way to climb a mountain: step by step.

Now think of writing an E-Book in the same light. You must create it step by step, and one day, you will take that last step and find yourself standing on the summit with your head in the clouds.

The first thing you have to do, as if you actually were a mountain climber, is to get organized. Instead of climbing gear, however, you must organize your thoughts. There are some steps you should take before you begin. Once you’ve gone through the following list, you will be ready to actually begin writing your E-Book.

 

Beginning Steps to Writing an e-book

imgresFirst, figure out your E-Book’s working title. Jot down a few different titles, and eventually, you’ll find that one that will grow on you. Titles help you to focus your writing on your topic; they guide you in anticipating and answering your reader’s queries. Many non-fiction books also have subtitles. Aim for clarity in your titles, but cleverness always helps to sell books  as long as it’s not too cute.

Next, write out a thesis statement. Your thesis is a sentence or two stating exactly what problem you are addressing and how your book will solve that problem. All chapters spring forth from your thesis statement. Once you’ve got your thesis statement fine-tuned, you’ve built your foundation. From that foundation, your book will grow, chapter by chapter.

Your thesis will keep you focused while you write your E-Book. Remember: all chapters must support your thesis statement. If they don’t, they don’t belong in your book. For example, your thesis statement could read: We’ve all experienced insomnia at times in our lives, but there are twenty proven techniques and methods to give you back a good night’s sleep.

Once you have your thesis, before you start to write, make sure there is a good reason to write your book. Ask yourself some questions:

  • Does your book present useful information and is that information currently relevant?
  • Will you book positively affect the lives of your readers?
  • Is your book dynamic and will it keep the reader’s attention?
  • Does you book answer questions that are meaningful and significant?

If you can answer yes to these questions, you can feel confident about the potential of your E-Book.

Another important step is to figure out who your target audience is. It is this group of people you will be writing to, and this group will dictate many elements of your book, such as style, tone, diction, and even length. Figure out the age range of your readers, their general gender, what they are most interested in, and even the socio-economic group they primarily come from. Are they people who read fashion magazines or book reviews? Do they write letters in longhand or spend hours every day online. The more you can pin down your target audience, the easier it will be to write your book for them.

Next, make a list of the reasons you are writing your E-Book. Do you want to promote your business? Do you want to bring quality traffic to your website? Do you want to enhance your reputation?

Then write down your goals in terms of publishing. Do you want to sell it as a product on your website, or do you want to offer it as a free gift for filling out a survey or for ordering a product? Do you want to use the chapters to create an e-course, or use your E-Book to attract affiliates around the world? The more you know upfront, the easier the actual writing will be.

Decide on the format of your chapters. In non-fiction, keep the format from chapter to chapter fairly consistent. Perhaps you plan to use an introduction to your chapter topic, and then divide it into four subhead topics. Or you may plan to divide it into five parts, each one beginning with a relevant anecdote.

Article Marketing Gets Results

Article marketing is a very powerful tool that if used correctly can generate a lot of traffic for your website. Every business writes articles, and it is the cheapest and easiest way to draw high amounts of traffic to your site FREE of charge. The key though to article marketing is writing good content, and optimising it for search engines.

First lets go over the main reason why some people fail to use article marketing. One major reason why people fail to use it is because it takes time, and can be a slow process in the beginning. However once you’ve written a number of articles you’ll start to get use to the whole process, and you might even find shortcuts to help speed up the process.

How To Write Articles

art marketingFirst you must sit down and think of something you wish to write about. Once you come up with a good topic you then must go and research your topic. You can accomplish this by going out and reading other peoples reviews on your topic, and reading up on new information about your topic. (Tip: write about stuff you already know to save time).

Educate your self before writing your article. The number one thing people love to see in a good article is content that is full of information and gives them good advice. A bad article is one that tries to sell people on a business or product. Most people hate to read things that try to sell something to them. The more information you can provide someone the better your article will be.

Once you are done researching your topic you will want to write a short article no more then 500 words. Most article submissions directories will not accept articles fewer than 400 words. Also if you write a article between 400 to 500 words you can optimise it better for search engine rankings.

How Many Articles Should You Write

The number of articles you write plays a factor into the amount of traffic you will be sending to your site. If you only wrote a couple of articles you will probably not see that much traffic. However if you write between 50 to 100 articles you will start to see a good amount of traffic come in from your articles.

So what I recommend everyone tries to do is write 2 to 4 articles per week. I myself try to write one per day. The more articles you can write the better off you will be.

You must also remember article marketing starts off slow but once you have written a high number of articles it really starts to take off, and you’ll see your site getting some good traffic.

Why Should You Use Article Marketing

Simply because it is free, and it works. It’s that simple. If you have little or no budget article marketing is the perfect place to start.

Another reason why you should write articles is because your articles get picked up by search engines like Google, Yahoo, MSN, AOL etc. When this happens watch out! Your articles can go through the roof and catch fire and start drawing in crazy amounts of traffic to your site.

How To Optimise Your Article For Search Engines

Here are some very good ways to optimise your articles to help them get ranked high up in the search engines for certain keywords in your article.

First you must pick one keyword that you wish to target. Picking a keyword will be your biggest key. Don’t try to target keywords hat have millions of searches. Target ones that have maybe 600K to 1 million searches at most.

Once you find a good keyword to centre your article around try to use it no more then ten times, but make sure you don’t over do it as that can actually hurt you more then it can help you if you use a word to many times.

Make sure you bold, italic, or underline the word about two or three times. Again make sure that you don’t over do it because this also can hurt you more then it can help you.

Now try your best to use your keyword you are targeting at both the top of your page, and at the bottom of your page in your last few sentences.

Finally you’ll want to use the keyword in your link back to your web site.

For every article you write you’ll have a “about the author” box. In this box you’ll want to leave a little sales pitch along with a link back to your site.

Resources to Consider

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Why Spun Content Is Not Dead

A few days ago, I was reading an article about SEO rules. It was a great article. I’ve made some notes and bookmarked it as it might come in handy in the near future. However, there was one thing that I didn’t like. They claimed that spun content was dead. From now on, they said, you should manually rewrite ALL your articles. Is this the end of Internet Marketing as we know it?!

Not for me. I need TONS of content every day. I publish it on my 100+ websites. I build support sites. I set up Web 2.0 sites, I do social bookmarking… It’s simply IMPOSSIBLE to manually write that much content. Day in and day out.

Luckily, the author of the article is VERY wrong. It’s true that poorly spun content is dead. Google can detect it. Nothing new here.

But, if the content is spun with the ENL semantic spinning algorithm, Google can’t detect it. Why? Because it looks just like a native speaker had rewritten it. Here is an example of ENL algorithm’s work:


ORIGINAL TEXT

John can relax and read a book because his kids can book the vacation for him. Once it’s booked, he will enjoy an excellent movie and drink wine, beer, or whiskey.

GENERATED SPUN VARIATION

Since his kids can easily schedule the vacation for him, John can read a book and unwind. He will definitely enjoy an impressive film and drink draught beer, whiskey, or red wine once it’s reserved.


 

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