Article Marketing for Beginners

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how to quickly and easily create your first 10 articles.

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Jeff Herring

Discover 5 simple steps for 6 figure success online with content marketing.

5 Comments

  • Great video for newbies and expert article writers! (Great coaches are always talking about the fundamentals…) Love it that you're using a lot of video… education & entertainment!

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  • Simple and to the point. Anybody should be able to do this following this simple five step plan. Probably the best advice you gave is to just go do it. It doesn't have to be perfect, just get started. There was no place in your video that said this has to be Pulitzer Prize winning righting.

    Thanks for keeping is simple and straight forward. I'll be forwarding to some of my clients (some of which have been making excuses for not getting started). This straight forward plan should get them off the dime.

    All my Best!
    Kevin

  • William Lingle

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    Hi Jeff,

    Really great for beginners (and experts). Even though you make it seem easy, deep in there is some really good points on creating titles, example: 7 best ways to…, 7 tips on… This is what I do all the time and it makes it so much easier to come up with the content for the article when it's a few sentences for each tip. But in the end you are writing a 300-400 word article which is perfect to keep the readers attention.

    Good stuff. Perhaps in a future video you could talk about Article Rewriters (my forte'). Look forward to more in the series

  • James Mann

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    I think that 'not using this stuff' is where so many go wrong. I know that I can get an idea in my head, think it's great and then get another good idea in there that pushes out the first great idea.

    That's why I started carrying a notepad and pencil where ever I go.

    It really does come down to just doing it instead of just thinking about doing it.

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