Article Writing Prompts From Reading the Comments Under News Articles Considered

A few months ago I was contacted by a new online article author. They were explaining how they were having trouble with writer’s block. Over the years, there have been times when I’ve experienced this psychological phenomenon, but mostly I disregard its existence, I will not use that excuse or let it stop me. It takes a little bit of willpower to get over those challenges when they occur, but if you deny them a place your mind, you will be all the better for it. Now then, I’d like to talk to you about how to find new writing prompts for your online article niche.

What I recommend is something that I recently read on a blog, the blogger had posted on one of the online article directory sites. They suggested that you read through all the comments on blogs and news stories that have to do with your area of expertise or business industry, and try to see what other people are saying I’m sure you’ve done this before, and have you ever noticed that you read a comment and you wanted to write a comment back, but you didn’t because you didn’t want to get into an argument. You know the person making the comment was incorrect, as they had either misled themselves, or just didn’t have the knowledge to see through their own shallow arguments.

Well, maybe it’s time you took the high road, rather than responding to that ugly commenter or the person who is busy complaining, or telling the rest of the world how something was when you know darn good well it isn’t like that – maybe you could set the record straight? Maybe you could write an article and simply started out by saying; “some people believe,” and take that commenters complaint paraphrasing it, and then explain why that simply isn’t so. In fact, I bet I have something like 3000 articles that were inspired from reading comments of people who had posted online.

The blogger that made that blog post also suggested that it is a good way to gain insight into what your readers are thinking. Therefore it might also help you answer the questions in advance, or put to rest any misinformation floating around online. We all know there’s a ton of it, and it’s up to us online article authors in our various niches to set the record straight as I’ve said. Indeed it is my hope that you will please consider all this and think on it next time you get writer’s block, there’s always something to write about, and sometimes you just need a prompt or a muse.

Keeping your blog up-to-date with relevant content can be very demanding, especially if you don’t have the time to do your research. Almost all small businesses as well as huge corporations invest in keeping an active blog as a form of marketing strategy. And with online advertisements booming the way it is, business blogs have become an integral part of your business success.

Spend some time doing research about what people are interested in and what the trending topics at the moment are. You can look for some current events that may be going on or news about new laws or advancements in your particular industry.

But don’t simply stick to your field of business as it can get very monotonous and boring. Try to engage your audience with other events or information and try to link it back to how your business can be of help or relevance.

For instance, if you run a furniture store, then the latest trends in interior designs or even trending wallpapers can be used as a way of marketing your business in an effective and interesting way.

2. Schedule
Be sure to keep and follow a schedule for your blog. It’s a bad idea to wait for something newsworthy to write a blog or to write infrequently or too often as well. You will need to find the right balance between not boring your audience with too many irrelevant updates and making them forget you even exist.

It has been said that you should at least write and post your blog articles twice a week. Tuesday and Thursday have been said to be the greatest days to release them but you must test for yourself.

You can write a few posts at once but publish them throughout the week. Set goals where you sit down on maybe a Saturday or Sunday and write 3 to 5 posts for the week. Then schedule them to go out 2-4 times a week. This will keep you consistent with your readers so they won’t forget about you.

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