The best way to find a business that’s right for you is to ask yourself this question. What am I passionate about? How can I find a way to turn my passion into profit? What are my interests? How do I spend my spare time? What do I talk about without prompting? What do I love?
Once you’ve identified your area of interest it is time to see how it can make you money online. It has been proven statistically and quantitatively that the sites that get the most traffic are the information websites.
Even if you’re not a professional writer this is something you should explore. Writing for the internet is different than writing for a newspaper or magazine. First, the articles are shorter. Secondly, they generally follow certain guidelines and principles fairly consistently.
Article writing is very popular. Information and content are key. Can you write about your interests in a way that will give practical advice to your reader? Content is king. Articles are meant to drive traffic to your website. They are not meant to be advertisements for your product or service. The purpose of writing the articles is to increase sales however it should be done in such a manner that delivers to the reader the content that will inform and help them. This information will keep the reader coming back to your site for more
There are many wonderful sources of information on the internet that can easily be accessed online. Wikipedia is a free online encyclopedia that contains various articles on various topics. Howstuffworks is another resource which obviously explains how things work. The categories include computers, home, money, entertainment, science, health and much more. An online almanac, dictionary, encyclopedia and atlas can be found at factmonster.
Once you’ve done your research, it’s time to start writing. Don’t worry about the title for now. It will naturally come to you once the body of your text is written. Keep in mind that your reader is only a click away from another article that is competing with yours. Keep your sentences as short as possible.
Occasionally, include a one-sentence paragraph to attract more attention.
Keep your language basic. If your reader has to look up words that they don’t understand they are more likely to click away from your site altogether.
Keep it simple is a good rule of thumb. Have fun. Try to be as entertaining as possible without detracting from your message. Remember that you are writing about something that you are passionate about and positioning yourself as an expert in your field. Share content that is helpful and relevant. Your readers will thank you for it by coming back to your site again and again.
Source by Diane Nicole Bisson