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Thursday, December 27, 2012

Article Templates #2

Article Templates #2
Hello Training Series Member,

Here is the next edition of the EzineArticles.com Article Writing: Content Sources and Article Templates Training Series.

Pros and Cons Articles: Your readers love reading the pros and cons of relevant research you've conducted in your niche. Give it to them in your next set of 400 word articles.
  • Opening Paragraph/s: Introduce your argument with 1-2 paragraphs max.
  • Create Pros Sub-heading: Provide a minimum of 3-4 pros and try using bullet points to present your list. It will make your article easier to read.
  • Create Cons Sub-heading: Provide a minimum of 3-4 cons and try using bullet points to present your list. It will make your article easier to read.
  • Closing Paragraph/Conclusion: Wrap up your article by describing your position and why.
  • Resource Box.
Key Insight: Too often articles are written that debate the merits of the author's position (nothing wrong with that), but they fail to provide counter-arguments that can actually improve the authors credibility for being able to see the big picture or at least acknowledge the counter-arguments that exist (even if they don't agree with them).

For more information on the Pros and Cons Article Template, visit the EzineArticles Blog:
http://Blog.EzineArticles.com/2007/03/the-pros-and-cons-article-template.html


Q & A Articles: Pose a commonly asked question and then answer it. You can offer your expertise with one question per article and keep a tight-niche target. Remember the "long-tail?"

Example Article: "Business Writing Tip: Question & Answer Format"

The next edition of the EzineArticles.com Article Writing: Content Sources and Article Templates Training Series offers you article templates for the Principles of "X" and Checklist article concepts. 
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