3 Mistakes Instant Content Creation Template

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Here’s your 3 Mistakes Instant Content Creation Template! Be sure to check out the 4 steps, the template itself, the suggested titles and then the example as well. And at the end be sure to check out your chance to learn more about the complete set of Instant Content Creation Templates!
The Psychology behind the 3 Mistakes Instant Article TemplateIn the same way that many people cannot drive past an auto accident with out looking, the average prospect cannot resist reading an article that asks the question “Which of These 3 _____________________ Mistakes are You Making?”

Your prospect is thinking “Uh oh, what are the 3 mistakes? I better see if I am making any of them. They almost have to read your article.
How to Craft a 3 Mistakes Article

4 Steps1. Choose a specific topic in your niche

2. Make a list of 3 of the most common mistakes

3. Describe each mistake

4.  Describe what to do instead – and there is your brand new article!

 

Title – Keywords – Benefits – Keywords
Intro paragraph
2nd Biggest Mistake
What to do instead
3rd Biggest Mistake
What to do instead

1st Biggest Mistake
What to do instead

Resource Box

 


Suggested Titles

Relationship Advice – Are Making Any of these 3 Deadly Relationship Mistakes?

Fire Your Accountant – Does Your Accountant Make Any of These 3 Money Sucking Mistakes?

Product Creation – Which of these 3 Mistakes are You Making with Your Information Products?

 


EXAMPLE

Practical Article Marketing Tips – Do You Make These 3 Deadly Mistakes in Your Article Resource Box?

I see many people get into article marketing, write some good articles, and then blow the whole thing in the resource box. So let’s take a look at 3 of the deadliest prospect and profit killing mistakes people make, and then what to do instead. Mistake #1 – Making the Resource Box All About You – This one is really easy to do, especially since the resource box is also called the bio box. Many people therefore tell the reader all about themselves. I’ve actually seen a resource box that was almost as long as the article, filled with just about every award the author had won going back to grade school. Sorry, but the reader is not that interested in you. If they are, then they can read your author profile. The reader is interested in what is in it for them.

What to do instead: Focus on your reader. They came to your article looking for solutions. Be sure to invite them to get more information from you.

Mistake #2 – No Links to You: Some people get so into talking about themselves that they forget to even include any links back to their own website or blog. The reader has gotten a small sample of how you approach and solve problems and they are ready to get more information and get it from you.

What to do instead:  Make certain that you include at least one active link back to your web site or blog so the reader can opt-in to get more information from you. Make sure the page you send them to is working and represents you well. This is your new prospect’s first impression of you outside of your article.

Mistake #3 – Failure to Guide the Reader: This is the biggest thing most experienced internet marketers forget. Many people are new to the internet and don’t know what to do. Some are even a little afraid of it. When you assume they know what to do at the end of your article, you are leaving prospects on the table.

What to do instead: It is your job to take your prospect by the hand and guide them into and through your resource box. Invite them to get more information from you, let them know what is in it for them, and show them how to get it.

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4 Comments

  • Thank you, Jeff! Your templates have worked like magic for me to enjoy writing articles and get the results I want since Feb, 2007!
    You ROCK!
    Kelly ♥

  • Mike Posey

    Reply Reply

    Thanks Jeff,

    So simple, but so powerful. Lead em by the hand!

    Mike Posey

  • This is awesome. Way to spell it out in a step-by-step easy to understand. Thanks Jeff for the great content!

  • Hannah Rose

    Reply Reply

    I was on the replay webinar–you teach clearly, with explanations and repitition that make it easy to assimilate your information. Many online presenters forget that not being able to see a speaker’s face slows down what the listeners “hear”, take in, and apply.

    You sound like you have spent time learning an using this stuff, so that make it easy to not only trust you, but also recommen your products.

    I have noted your offering with interest.

    Thank you for spending this time with us.

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