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How to write an effective article in only six easy steps

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Do you know how to write an effective article? If your answer is 'NO'! Then here is my slide on article writing to help you out in only "SIX" easy steps. If you go through my slide you will learn how to write an effective article in only six easy steps.

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How to write an effective article in only six easy steps

  1. 1. How to write an effective ‘Article’ Presented by Araf Rahman Chowdhury. In only ‘SIX’ easy steps…
  2. 2. Step-1: SELECT YOUR ‘TOPIC’ Choose a topic that interests you enough to focus on it for at least a week or two. If your topic is broad, narrow it.
  3. 3. Step-2: ADDRESS YOUR AUDIENCE’S NEEDS Understand who your audience is And What they want.
  4. 4. Step-3: ‘RESEARCH’ Research will ground your article in fact. Collect everything you have gathered and put it in a folder, an electronic document, a notebook or whatever you like. Don’t forget to keep track of sources in case you are later asked by an editor to verify them.
  5. 5. Step-4: ‘TIGHTEN YOUR DRAFT’ Keeping your audience in mind, write a tighter draft incorporating the new supporting information you’ve collected. Sometimes what you’ve learned in Steps 2 and 3 may compel you to start over with a completely fresh draft.
  6. 6. Step-5: ‘MAKE IT SPECIFIC’ Double-check to see that you’ve included every pertinent step in the process. If your narrative goes on and on, or off in too many directions, break it down into key points indicated with subheads. Synthesizing complicated information and breaking it down into steps is especially crucial for online writing
  7. 7. Step-6: Read the draft of your article out loud to a supportive friend. Ask him/her for their suggestion. READ REVISE With your friend’s suggestions in mind, use your best judgment in deciding what changes, if any, need to be made. PUBLISH Only when you’re satisfied you’ve written an effective article, publish it to your website.

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