Online Writing In 30 Minutes                October 5, 2011“Writing 101: How To Get Started Writing Online”      Blogtalkr...
Before writing, plan:• At least 10 ideas for articles from your readers’  perspective• How to get found online through key...
Writing Tool #1:Determine Content Topics from FAQs/SAQs• FAQs  What are the five Frequently Asked Questions  clients, cust...
Writing Tool #2:Find keywords for headline, intro paragraph and metadescription.• Go Google Adwords Keywords Tools  https:...
• Scroll down the page and look for a result with:  Medium rated competition (box half filled with  blue)  An average glob...
• Choose the phrase that best matches your topic  and target market• Use this word or phrase in  - your headline  - your o...
Writing Tool #3:Image search to further develop topics• Go to browser and type in keyword or phrase. Once results  are sho...
Ready to learn to write so your customers will buy?Want one FREE instructional rewrite? Schedule ameeting now.Call:       ...
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How To Start Writing Online

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Whether you are an entrepreneur, HR professional, executive admin, customer service rep, or Aspiring writer?
corporate manager, better business writing translates to a better bottom line.

How to start writing online, includes 3 steps to get started that include choosing key words tailored to your market, using key words in headlines and intro paragraph and brainstorming how to develop your topic through image searches.

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How To Start Writing Online

  1. 1. Online Writing In 30 Minutes October 5, 2011“Writing 101: How To Get Started Writing Online” Blogtalkradio.com/terristurner Wednesdays - 1:00 pm CST
  2. 2. Before writing, plan:• At least 10 ideas for articles from your readers’ perspective• How to get found online through keywords• How to further develop story ideas through Google image searches
  3. 3. Writing Tool #1:Determine Content Topics from FAQs/SAQs• FAQs What are the five Frequently Asked Questions clients, customers, friends and family ask about your business?• SAQs What are the five Should Ask Questions you think people should ask to learn about your products and services?When you finish, you have at least 10 content topics
  4. 4. Writing Tool #2:Find keywords for headline, intro paragraph and metadescription.• Go Google Adwords Keywords Tools https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal• In the box labeled keyword or phrase, type words from the FAQ/SAQ exercise you just did.
  5. 5. • Scroll down the page and look for a result with: Medium rated competition (box half filled with blue) An average global monthly search approximately 1,000 - 2,000 An average local monthly search approximately 1,000 – 2,000
  6. 6. • Choose the phrase that best matches your topic and target market• Use this word or phrase in - your headline - your opening sentence - your meta description - approximately 3% of your content
  7. 7. Writing Tool #3:Image search to further develop topics• Go to browser and type in keyword or phrase. Once results are shown, click on IMAGES tab or link• Hover your courser over an image. If the description interests you, click and browse the article published with the image to learn what and how others have written about your topic.• This process will stimulate your brainstorming. Do not steal or plagiarize content. Add your experience, your customers success and your expertise to the topic.• You now have direction for a blog post perfect for your audience and your company.
  8. 8. Ready to learn to write so your customers will buy?Want one FREE instructional rewrite? Schedule ameeting now.Call: 913-406-8636Email: terri@terristurner.comFacebook: facebook.com/tstbusinessstrategiesLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/terristurnerWebsite: http://terristurner.com/contact-terri
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