Have you wasted hours each day searching for the right free template for your article marketing business? There are actually hundreds of these templates online for a fee; but why are you paying for something that you can do for free?
There is no secret method of writing an article and you should not waste your money on something you learned in elementary school. The only tool necessary is a strategically planned outline and information to fill in the blanks. A basic template for an article involves the following:
- Topics and Sub-topics
Following these simple guidelines will not only assist in writing great articles, they will save a lot of time configuring the layout of the article, and save cash spent on purchasing new articles. Check out a more detailed example below. The topic of the example article is Technical Writing and What It Entails?
The introduction highlights the key points of what the article will address. The introduction will identify topics and briefly discuss what the entire article will convey. The topics of this example include technical writing tools and techniques.
2. Topics and sub-topics
When writing an article about technical writing, you must conduct research into technical writing to create your sub-headings. Sub-headings basically separate sections of your topic categorically. For example, we are writing about tools and techniques involved in technical writing.
- Topic: Technical Writing
- Sub-topic I: Technical Writing Techniques
- End-User Assistance
- Traditional Technical Documentation
- Marketing Communication
- Sub-topic II: Technical Writing Tools
- Desktop Publishing Tools
- Help-authoring Tools
- Wiki Systems
The conclusion is probably the easiest part of writing an article because you are briefly summarizing the topics you discussed in the body of the article. The writer can address the topic’s bullet points and end the article with one last thought.
If you use this template every time you write an article, you will be a successful article marketer in no time. Just remember introduction, topics, and conclusion!