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How to Write a Content that Flirts?

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Nail Your Headline

Nail Your Headline

Shareaholic studied 200,000 publisher websites in October, 2012 and learned that 27.27% of those websites' traffic came from social media referrals. That means when content is shared on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other platforms, there is a huge opportunity for it to get discovered by others, as well.

So how can you increase the likelihood someone will click a link to your content when a shared link flows down a person's social stream? Well, what makes you click on a particular link you see shared on social media? Chances are, it's a great headline that catches your attention and earns your click. That means no matter what the subject, a great headline will help that piece of content spread further.

So ... what makes a great headline? It's similar to writing a great subject line for email marketing. Think about the four "U's" that Copyblogger teaches us about great subject lines and headlines:

  • list text hereUseful: Why is the blog post valuable?
  • list text hereUltra-specific: What can I expect to learn from the blog post?
  • list text hereUnique: Why is this blog post compelling and unique?
  • list text hereUrgent: Why should I read this NOW?

Be sure to incorporate all four of these qualities in every headline that you write, and people will be more prone to continue sharing your content across social media.

Source: http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6307/bid/33906/6-Tips-for-Creating-Content-That-Spreads-Naturally.aspx

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Stay in Research Mode at all Times

Stay in Research Mode at all Times

In order to keep your queue filled with great content ideas, you need to stay in research mode at all times. Research shouldn't be reserved for planning or writing sessions only. The quality of your content will increase substantially if you do it on an ongoing basis, as ideas pop into your head.

Source: http://www.quicksprout.com/the-advanced-guide-to-content-marketing-chapter-5/

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Write Actionable Content

Write Actionable Content

Need a quick fix for static cling? Battling frizzy winter hair? Looking for a cheap date idea for you and your new boo? Cosmo can help. The magazine is packed with actionable content, tips that readers can actually use to solve their day-to-day problems. Think about the kinds of issues your target audience might be tackling in their personal and professional lives, then create some blog content featuring unique ideas that can help. That’s exactly what we did when we decided to write this article, and surprise – you’re reading it!

Source: http://www.contentfac.com/3-content-writing-tricks-we-learned-from-reading-cosmo/

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Include Q&A/FAQ Sections

Include Q&A/FAQ Sections

My favorite option can seem like a cop-out, but there are potential clients and customers out there with questions. Answering those questions can give you instant content.

Put a simple form on your website and invite folks to send you their questions. Then write a short article/post about each one. You’re not giving away your products or expertise for free! Your customers will still work with you, no matter how detailed you get.

In fact, in my experience, the more detailed you get, the more likely the reader is to hire you, because they realize just how much work they’d have to do. I’ve been blogging and writing articles for over 10 years now. Somehow, folks still hire me.

Source: http://searchengineland.com/6-content-tips-how-to-write-when-you-have-nothing-to-write-about-62135

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Write for Lazy People

Write for Lazy People

Just like the lazy panther looks for an easy catch for his dinner, your web visitor doesn’t want to make an effort to read your text.

Make your copy easy to read:

  • list text hereUse short paragraphs – four sentences max;
  • list text hereUse short sentences – twelve on average;
  • list text hereSkip unnecessary words;
  • list text hereAvoid jargon and gobbledygook;
  • list text hereAvoid the passive tense;
  • list text hereAvoid needless repetition; Address your web visitors directly. Use the word you; Shorten your text.

How short should your text be? Steve Krug recommends you get rid of half the words on each page, and then get rid of half of what’s left. That maybe an overly demanding target, but give it a go. Set yourself a challenge and make your text as short as possible.

Source: http://www.enchantingmarketing.com/writing-for-the-web-vs-print/

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The Popularity of Visual Content Will Only Increase, So You Must Be Prepared

The Popularity of Visual Content Will Only Increase, So You Must Be Prepared

I’ve always found visual content tricky for small businesses, particularly when it comes to video content. It seems that business owners feel really hesitant about implementing it, despite the huge demand from consumers.

Perhaps it’s a fear of transparency and putting yourself out there. After all, the Internet is a pretty brutal place -- especially YouTube. Maybe it’s a concern that visual content in general will be too expensive to produce to justify the investment. But you can’t hide behind fear forever.

Visual content continues to rise in popularity throughout the web. It’s what people want, and as digital entrepreneurs, it’s what we need to supply.

Types of Visuals to Use

I believe that what we currently know about visual content is just the beginning. It will continue to evolve as consumers grow more and more innovative in their desires.

But, for now, there seem to be six main types of visual content companies should focus on:

Video: Remember, YouTube is a social network that comes with a pre-loaded community just waiting to see how your business can inform and entertain them. Facebook has also made a huge push toward video the past few months.

Photography: This includes stock photos, but it also encompasses photos that you can take of yourself, your company and your team. This type of photography can add an incredibly personal element to your digital marketing.

Infographics: I’m convinced that your average consumer won’t appreciate data unless it’s laid out in an infographic format. Chances are, your business has some form of data that it can use to engage and captivate your audience. Put it to good use with an infographic.

Screenshots: As a digital entrepreneur, I do a lot of mind maps, workflows and product designs that could benefit my audience. Instead of putting together something fancy, sometimes a simple screenshot will suffice.

Memes: Not everyone is funny. If you’re not, that’s OK. But for entrepreneurs that can wield humor well, don’t be afraid to jump on a popular meme and give your take.

Graphics: These are miscellaneous graphics and vectors that often work well as featured images, quote photos or other visuals that complement your content.

Source: http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/250810

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Offer More than Just Words

Offer More than Just Words

Originally I was going to focus on just images and graphics in this section, but the truth is that they are not the only beneficial additions to a post. If you add links to that group, you have 3 things that will not only make your content more engaging, they will also help your SEO.

Let’s tackle links first. You should always link to other parts of your site whenever possible as it not only helps Google better understand your site, but also encourages your readers to explore it further. To start, I would suggest adding a section to the end of every post where you recommend other articles on your site.

Linking to outside sites is another good idea, but there is a fine line between letting it help and hurt you. On one hand, it can help the legitimacy of your post in the eyes of Google, but it can also distract your readers. A good rule of thumb is to only do it in support of your content (case studies, for example) but never encourage a reader to leave your site.

In addition to links, images and graphics provide a great way to captivate readers and convey ideas. According to this study, 90% of all information that enters our brain is visual with the brain processing images 60,000 times faster than it does text. That means neglecting to include any visuals in your content is missing out on a huge opportunity to be remembered and shared.

The types of images you can use is close to endless, but here are a few of the best:

  • list text hereInfographics
  • list text hereScreenshots
  • list text hereProduct images
  • list text hereGraphs

Source: http://linkis.com/blog.crazyegg.com/20/lSkBs