Major Component of an Article for Publication

Writing quality articles is not as easy as you think. Waking up early in the morning, trying to cook up something very special can be worrisome. Although for pros like Bamidele, it’s an exciting experience. According to William Wheeler, a journalist and author”Good writing is clear thinking made visible." 
Major Component of an Article for Publication
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However, the basic truth in article writing is that without much headache, quality write-ups can still come out of that cloudy/porous head of yours. All you have to do is be focus, be consistent and apply wisdom. Recall, All good and thrilling writing begins with awful first efforts. You need to start somewhere.
Honestly, each unique article you write and submit consists of different components and portions. While some sections generates practical results others don’t; each section must be crafted carefully and with convincing experience, even if you don’t have. Honestly, a great article can increase traffic to your website. A great article is divided into the following sections:

  =>Title of the Article
  =>Keywords of the Article
  =>Article Synopsis
  => Article Body
  =>Carefully written Bio for the Article Author


 Article title: This is actually the large heading that is been displayed above the article's content and forms the basis for the article's page name and web/blog address. Article title should be as straightforward, understandable and precise as possible The title of an article reveal to users what the article is primarily about and differentiate it from any other article with similar titles.

Keywords of the article:  An article keyword is in general, a word or phrase that is a topic of importance or relevance. Potential searchers use keywords as search identifier and express their difficulty or topic in which they’re practically seeking for more information. To make it easy for most article searches in blogs, it is required that writers/authors select 2-5 keywords (or phrases) to accompany their articles.

Article synopsis:  Synopsis tends to convey the narrative arc, and gives perfect enlightenment of the problem or plan, the characters, and how the article will end. As a result, this ensures proper character connections and projections.

Article Body: The body of an article is where the author presents his central idea in greater detail without possible reservation.

Bio for the Article Author: This is where you have to give detail information about yourself (the writer/author). Don’t be too general; try to be specific and professional.

Furthermore, with the above in mind,  a few general ideas/tips apply accordingly when writing a catchy article for your esteem audience. First, my advice;try to be simple and succinct as possible. 
“The trouble with so many of us is that we underestimate the power of simplicity.” — Robert Stuberg, author and speaker
(1) Evidence should be embedded in your Work: Your article Integrity and expertise, particularly in your subject matter can face diminishing rating when typos or grammatical errors are noticed in any part of your article. Here's a proof-reading hint: Read your article out loud. Most times this will help you identifier blunders you missed while reading the article to yourself silently.

(2) (4)Try to be Clear & Concise in Your Writing: Most times 800 to 2000 word counts articles are great. But I believe this is personal and subject to interest. A 500 word article will always outperform a multitude of wordy article. In today’s internet/blogging style, you are writing for a medium that embraces instant gratification. It will be exciting for your articles to be vivid and concise, so the reader can quickly comprehend the quality content you are writing.

(3) Maintain your Target audience: If you are writing articles on a technical subject, it’s fine to use technical terminologies. However, be wary of alienating a wider target of visitors with information they might not exactly be ready to understand or digest.



(4) Maintain an Ace up your Sleeve: Always reserve some vital information; this will activate your readers, making them desire more. Remember, your article can create traffic, so use the Reference Bio to entice your readers to click on your website link.

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