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Ebook & Article Marketing, Blog Marketing, Content  arketing & Online, Ovecoming Writer's Block

What is writer's block?

Well, I just can't think of a single darn thing to say. Oh well, I'm outta here!

Sound familiar? No! Oh, get real! We've all experienced this phenomenon when we absolutely have to write something, particularly on 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:

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What is writer's block?

Well, I just can't think of a single darn thing to say. Oh well, I'm outta here!

Sound familiar? No! Oh, get real! We've all experienced this phenomenon when we absolutely have to write something, particularly on 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're 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 Zen meditation 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
writer's block itself!

It doesn?t 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. Writer's 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!

Let'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 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 cat is sick. You suspect your mate is cheating on you. Your electricity might be turned off any second. You have a crush on
the local UPS deliveryman. 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. It?s the reason you've knitted 60 argyle sweaters or made 300 bookcases in your garage
workshop. It's the reason you never run out of Brie.

FACE IT ? IT?S ONE OF THE REASONS YOU HAVE WRITER'S BLOCK!

How to Overcome Writer's 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 WRITER'S BLOCK CAN BE OVERCOME.

Please, remain seated.

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're 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 clich?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! (I know, I stole that line from somewhere?). 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!

 

Hooked On Books? Write A Book Review For Your Target Audience

Bored with writing to-do articles? Learn the steps to writing a must read book review that will promote your business, services and products.

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If you are burned out with writing how-to articles to promote your business then consider writing a book review. I recommend you write a review about a book you enjoyed that is related to your products or services. Your review, of course, will be capped off with your 5-6 line byline that includes your contact information and web site URL. Many of the article directories, e-zines and web sites that normally accept articles will accept book reviews too. In addition, you can find and submit to the many sites featuring book reviews.<br><br>

To begin a review, I start with the format required by Midwest Book Review. I then adapt the format and word count to what is required by each submission site. Midwest Book Review recommends the following format (examples of paragraphs are enclosed in parenthesis):<br><br>

Book Title:
Author:
Publisher:
Publisher Address:
ISBN:
Price: Publication Date: Page Count: <br><br>

Reviewer Contact Information:<br><br>

Name: Address: E-mail: <br><br>

First Paragraph: Include information about the format of the book. A nice touch is to comment on the cover design, table of contents structure and/or glossary at the back of the book.<br><br>

(Sample: This beautifully laid out trade paperback has a gorgeous and practical design both inside and out. I recommend you read this book with a highlighter and a pen, ready to take copious notes in the blank pages thoughtfully provided between chapters.)<br><br>

Second Paragraph: Detail the recommended audience and note why they should read the book. <br><br>

(Sample: Manners That Sell: Adding The Polish That Builds Profits should be required reading for high school and college students and for anyone already in the business environment. Once upon a time, good manners were taught in school and at home, but that time has long since passed. This book provides the perfect refresher course for those of us who learned manners but no longer remember the finer points of etiquette.)<br><br>

Third Paragraph: Write about the book structure and layout, number of chapters and topics covered.<br><br>

(Sample: While reading this book, I discovered that the author, Lydia Ramsey, covered every conceivable point of etiquette including many that I'd never been taught. Each of the twelve chapters covers one main topic broken down into digestible bite sized chunks of rules and guidelines to enhance credibility and professionalism. Topics include first impressions, greetings and introductions, the art of conversation, dressing for business, telephone courtesy, electronic etiquette, correspondence in business, etiquette in the office, gift-giving in business, etiquette out of the office, dining for profit and doing business internationally.)<br><br>

Fourth Paragraph: Give a brief biography of the author including their name, name of their business (if applicable), business or personal expertise and if available, include titles of their other books.<br><br>

(Sample: The author of this delightful book, Lydia Ramsey, is a business etiquette expert with over thirty years of experience working with non-profits, corporations, colleges and universities. She is a frequently published author who presents workshops, seminars and keynotes on all aspects of business etiquette.)<br><br>

Fifth Paragraph: Recommend the book and offer some ideas of its practical use by individuals or groups. If applicable, mention that it would make a good gift book and wrap up the review with a positive summary of the book.<br><br>

(Sample: I recommend businesses buy this book in bulk and present one to every employee from the frontline up to the top management. In this ever-changing world of so many consumer choices, the bottom line is often affected by the simple courtesies that can and should be afforded to customers. You need this book if you want your employees to succeed and your business to thrive.)<br><br>

Add your copyright statement and byline to the bottom of the review and, as usual, have the review proofread by an editor before you begin submission. Your book reviews can be very effective marketing tools that will generate considerable exposure for you.<br><br>

(c) 2005. Davis Virtual Assistance. All rights reserved. Permission to publish online or in print granted provided the article and byline are printed intact with live links.

 

How To Get Many Back Links To Your Site With Articles Marketing

One of the most effective and powerful methods to promote your web site is with articles or what some call “Article Marketing, Blog Marketing, Content  arketing & Online”.

What articles have to do with promoting your site you might ask, well, a lot!

First, the Internet is providing a major thing to the web surfers and that is information or in other words content, you probably heard people say often that in the Internet marketing arena “content is king”.

Every web site owner need some content for his site, thi...

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One of the most effective and powerful methods to promote your web site is with articles or what some call “Article Marketing, Blog Marketing, Content  arketing & Online”.

What articles have to do with promoting your site you might ask, well, a lot!

First, the Internet is providing a major thing to the web surfers and that is information or in other words content, you probably heard people say often that in the Internet marketing arena “content is king”.

Every web site owner need some content for his site, this content might be text, articles, audio info , video clips, Images, news feeds, graphs & charts etc’.

Google could be illustrated as a teacher standing in front of a class and asking a question (a surfer is making a search in Google), in front of our teacher seating millions of students all crying out load: “ I know the answer pick me! “ (the web sites trying to be first in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages).

How our teacher is supposed to decide who of all those millions of sites might have a cleaver, concise or the right answer? Google needs some criterions to determine the quality of these web sites.

Google is using Page-Rank ( PR ) to determine the quality level of web sites. It is known that one of the major factors they weight most heavily is the amount of other web sites pointing or linking to your site or “voting “ on your site.

Ok, so now you understand you need many other web sites to point and link to your site in order for your site to receive as higher PR as possible.

How to Get One Way Back Links to Your Web Site

How would you cause or convince other site owners to place a link to your Site?

Actually there are many ways to do just that, Reciprocal linking directories, these directory sites serve as intermediates between web sites owners.

Sending emails to other sites webmasters, buying links from high PR sites, leaving comments at blogs with your signature, providing testimonials about products, books and services and at the end leave your back link to your site etc’.

How to get links to your sites is an article subject deserves its own article and is beyond the scope of this article, here we focus on Article Marketing, Blog Marketing, Content  arketing & Online.

What is wrong about reciprocal linking? Noting is wrong with it, the thing is the search engines are counting all the incoming links and comparing them to the number of the outbound links, the more links you have that are linking to you the higher The PR would be. Google is looking for natural linking if they see many reciprocal links they understand it’s an arrangement linking and not natural linking.

As you might imagine reciprocal linking is time consuming and I personally don’t have the time to peruse it.

The best method to get one-way links to your web site is by Article Marketing, Blog Marketing, Content  arketing & Online.

In every article you write at the end you should add something called resource box, in it you write your name few words about yourself and a back-link to your site! Yes this is the most important part in your article.

What is Anchor Text and How to Create It

The back-link should be in the form of anchor text link, this is a text that describes your main theme of your site, underneath it “hides” the hyper link to your site.

Let’s say your site is about Credit Cards, then it is recommended you back link to your site by using the text: Credit Cards and not merely by using the straight forward URL address of your site.

It’s most important because this way the search engines associate your site with the theme of your site, that is because if many sites are linking to you using the anchor text: “Credit Cards” then the SE will determine not only that your site is important but that your site is important site in the field of Credit Cards!

It’s recommended to create few anchor texts keywords so you will gain credibility in more than a single keyword.

Creating an anchor text is very simple thing to do, all you have to do is:

- Copy the URL address of your site and paste it in MS word document. If it's livelink it would be in blue color text.
- Mark it and right click on it with your mouse.
- A menu will pop up, one of the options there will be” Edit hyper link”.
- Click on it and you will see two small windows the upper one will say visible text to be seen, that is the anchor text you want.
- Type there your site’s main theme text (Credit Cards).
- Underneath it you will see a windows that will say actual link, there your site’s URL address will appear, click ok at the bottom and you are done.
- Copy and paste the anchor text link to your Article resource box.

Distributing Your Article

I usually build my web site with one article of about 1,200 words, divided into three sections of about 400 words each. Why 400 words? because with 400 words you can cover in-depth subject. I will explain why I divide it into three sub articles later on.

After you have written an article and arranged the resource box, now you are ready to submit your article to article directories, there are many article directory sites and few with high PR article directories sites.

In each of these sites you will find Thousands of articles in hundreds of categories and sub categories.

Why all these authors submit their articles for free to the Article Directories sites? you guessed it, they all need back-links to their sites.

On the other side of this coin there are the web site builders that have no time or talent or both and they need badly content to their sites, what do they do, yes, you guessed it right once again, they come to the article directories sites and pick a good article/s to put onto their sites for free, all this, as long as they keep the author’s resource box with a live hyper link to the author’s site.

Once your article is put into many article directories it starts to develop a life of its own. Web site owners paste it on their site pages, Ezine publishers might grab it to their electronic magazine, online as well as offline publishers and editors who are always on the look out for good content and interesting info might use your article for their needs. Bloggers can put it on their blogs and by that enables your article to be syndicated via
RSS feeds all across the web.

The wide spread distribution of your article can bring some traffic to your site on its own merits and might even serve at time as alternative to SE traffic.

All this creates a snow ball effect that can build your site’s PR and establish you as an expert in your field.

This whole process takes some time and it’s gradual and that’s the beauty of it, SE perceives it as natural growth and rewards you accordingly.

This process is intensified as time passes by and new sites continue their marketing efforts and gaining higher PR and by that strengthening your site because now higher PR sites are pointing at it.

Important point I would like to make here though, SE notice in few months time that the content that is pointing at your site is a duplicate content and this fact weakens the effect but as long as you keep producing new high quality articles and repeat the process your site will rise in PR and continue to raise in the ladder to the top SERPs of the Search Engines.

In addition it is recommended to make few headers to your article in order to improve the chance to be published in various medias and to lesser the duplicate content effect.

This is why I mentioned earlier that it’s wise to build your article in a structured way of three parts, each of about 400 words, in some cases each part can cover different aspects of the subject at hand and be divided into three different Articles.

The best tactic is to make it in phases, send an article to the article directories every three or four weeks, don’t send it to all directories at once and not all your articles at once, keep your ammunition for the months ahead.

How to Distribute Your Articles Automatically

Article distribution is time consuming as well. There are two solutions to it, there are some software products that you pre-set and upload your articles and the software will automatically distribute them to your article directories of choice.

The second solution that in my mind is the preferable one is a web service that will distribute automatically your articles to not only the article directories but to thousands of publishers and editors as well as writing groups on the net and by that give you a better coverage and in addition it’s much quicker.

I usually start with up to six of the leading Article directories and then go to the automatic distribution service on the net which is free for a certain amount of distribution level. You can reach it through my web site.

Article Marketing, Blog Marketing, Content  arketing & Online is the most power full method I know to make Search Engine notice your site and spider it, then increase the amount of back links to your site automatically and naturally and makes the SE index all your pages and provide you high PR and good placements at the SREPs.

Use this knowledge wisely and prosper.




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