Many people feel that writing articles and original content for their website is simply a tunnel for and a waste of time because most people don’t read it anyway. For some folks, reading articles. Seems like a great deal of work, and they find that what they’re reading is boring, tedious and bland. In actuality, imparting information and getting your message across is the main reason for writing an article. If people don’t read it, it’s simply a waste of time and effort.

With that said, articles are written primarily to be read. While you want unique content in order to get better page rank in the search engines, that’s not the main reason for putting articles on your website. In addition, writing a good article doesn’t have to be a tedious uphill battle. You can write it with little stress and strain, and get your points across. If you have a blueprint or guy to follow, believe it or not, once you get the hang of writing articles, they can be fun, profitable and very interesting to read and write.

If you own a website, you probably already know that writing articles is one of the best ways to promote your site. As well, you are probably very expert on a certain topic. So, when you write about it. You shouldn’t have a really hard time because you already know about the niche market that you put the website up about. It simply comes down to writing articles that are interesting.

How to get your articles read and enjoyed falls into implementing six techniques that will make your articles both readable and imaginative.

Tip #1: Write short paragraphs. A long, rambling paragraph that stumbles along with no breaks is almost impossible to read on a website. The reader simply winds up looking at a confused, troubled mass of gray type and will quickly give up. No matter how interesting your article is, it will not be read, if it’s all jumbled together in one long paragraph. Paragraphs can be as short as a single word, but should never be more than 5 to 7 sentences long when putting it up on your site.

Tip #2: Use numbers and bullets. Take paragraphs and break them down into ordered lists with bullet points, so that you can quickly make each point. In this way, it will be easier to remember and digest and easier to read on a computer screen. Format your bullets and numbers with indentations so that the article doesn’t look like a balm for a block of type. In this way, you’ll be able to make things stand now that you want to emphasize.

Tip #3: Subheadings can be used to divide paragraphs on a page. Using subheadings will allow you to break each main point into sections and give readers eyes a break as they read the whole article. It also allows the reader to look quickly at what the main points are as they go along. This allows them to move from point to point with a smooth transition, and you’ll never lose your readers attention, because they have a roadmap of where they’re going.

Tip #4: Give your reader, attention grabbing titles and subheadings. This will incite a person’s curiosity to read further. Ask questions and use keyword rich phrases that people are looking for in your headings and subheadings. In this way, you are describing the content in a short and concise manner is easy to digest.

Titles, had things in them, like tips, techniques, and how to use that that will make the reader’s life easier. For example, a title could read something like, “Six easy tips to make her yours that you can use immediately”. You have evoked emotion and that always keeps readers interested.

Tip #5: Use real-life examples to keep your readership interested from the start of your article to its conclusion. Make sure you have good descriptions, metaphors and emotional hoax to pull the reader from point to point. Use examples that have graphic metaphors and similes to make it easier for the reader to identify with what you’re talking about. Make sure that the experience is uplifting and enjoyable for them to continue reading.

Tip #6: Where possible, use figures. Avoid making insipid statements that have no facts or figures to back them up. When you use specific facts and figures, it makes your article friendlier, and the reader is more likely not only to read it thoroughly. They will also, more than likely, believe what you’re saying. However, remember to maintain a light and easy style, so that your reader doesn’t get bored. You are essentially a user-friendly teacher showing them how to answer a question or solve a problem by reading your article.