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How To Write A Hot Article And Market It Successfully
By: Sam Miller
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    I guess there is no simple answer to the question - "How to write a hot article", but I'm going to give you few advice.First, let's talk about quantity, I'm sure that even if you will write great article there are no much changes for it to be seen and reprinted. Why? Because people are getting too many information daily. It's a hassle to sort through all these information. Once your article was written and submitted, you will have just few seconds to convince your prospect to read full text of your article. So, you should better split your great article into smaller parts and publish 5 or 10 small 500 words article, rather than trying to hit the target with just one great article.

    The second, is the conclusion from the fact of information overload. People are not going to read your article, unless they like the title and the description (teaser) of your text. So, design in carefully, think about possible ways to improve it. One of my secrets is that I'm testing a new title with Google AdWords. I ran a campaign and create different ads with Google, I'm trying to use different titles and description, I'm testing different ideas or just change the only word. Results? Paying just 10$ I'm getting valuable information about the better performing titles. You may also do just the same thing, consider testing your titles and descriptions with Google, I'm sure it's a good way to get trusted results.

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