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Article Writing: How to Summarize Your Article

Article Writing: How to Summarize Your Article

Once you’ve determined your article’s topic and title, you can start outlining your article, so that you have a firm foundation to write on.

A note on this progression of steps: I personally write my title first and use it as a sort of rule, looking back to make sure the content of my article remains consistent with my title. However, some authors will write their article first and then create a title that is consistent with the content of their article. Either method is fine, although I like the responsibility that is created when I write my title first. I also don’t physically write an outline as I can easily do it in my mind, and I should be able to do it easily after writing 20-30 articles. If you have never written an article before, I recommend that you write an outline first; This will help you stay focused and not lose direction when writing your article.

Once you have your theme, you will create an outline using the following parts as a framework:

1) Introductory paragraph or sentence

2) 3 supporting ideas for the topic of your article

3) Concluding paragraph or sentence (s)

As an example, using the list building article example from before:

One of the sample titles we created was:

Top 5 Ways to Create Building Lists Accurately, Starting With Your First Article

So my schematic would look like this:

1) Introductory paragraph or sentence

2) 5 supporting ideas for your article topic

a) To accurately list construction, you need to have a well-targeted demographic that you’re targeting.

b) To accurately list, you need to coordinate the theme of your advertising mechanism with the theme of your squeeze page and the theme of your squeeze page with the content of your email campaign.

c) To build lists accurately, you must continually send helpful information to your subscribers.

d) To build a list accurately, you need to continually survey your subscribers or ask them what kind of information or products they currently need.

e) Creating lists accurately, you should never forget the main purpose of your list.

3) Concluding paragraph or sentence (s)

As another example, using one of the time management titles:

Discover the secrets of time management: free up an additional 2 productive hours a day

1) Introductory paragraph or sentence

2) 3 supporting ideas for the topic of your article

a) Secret 1: Monitor your use of time on a daily basis

b) Secret 2: Create a list of objectives

c) Secret 3: Measure everything you do with the goal list on a daily basis

3) Concluding paragraph or sentence (s)

There is no reason to write an outline that is deeper than these examples. Remember, you are only writing a 400-700 word article about an idea with a specific topic. The purpose of your article is to deliver useful content to the reader, while also giving the reader a reason and incentive to click through to your website or web page after reading the article.

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