What Makes Content Catchy and Money-Making? - Writing Catchy Content
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Writing catchy content isnít just about knowing whatís popular or even using the right words to get search engine attention. Itís about the writing. Sometimes, those who create Internet content become so focused on what the search engines want that they begin to lose touch with whatís important: creating something people will want to read.
Sure, numbers are important and you want to draw in as much traffic as possible. But if that traffic doesnít enjoy what they find on your site, they arenít coming back -- and they certainly arenít going to start clicking on all the money-making additions that keep your pages going in the first place.
So, what makes content catchy? What combination of words and themes will get people talking, spreading the word and vying to visit your pages? Learn a few tips and strategies that will help your content stick out and stand apart from all the other pages on the Internet.
No matter what youíre writing about, itís a foregone conclusion that someone else has already tackled your topic. The Internet is vast, but possibly not vast enough. Whatever youíre going to write about, itís probably been done before. Remember that itís not your topic that has to be unique; itís your approach that makes the subject interesting.
Try to offer your readers something new, if not in the subject matter, then in the way you present it. Whether you compare new events to ancient history, provide a self-created video clip, offer original artwork or simply take a new approach to the way you write about any given subject, do something unique in the way you offer your content.
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