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(5) Now take out a sheet of paper for several of ideas marked off and write idea at top of paper. (You can use your computer now, but I tend to think better with pen in hand.)
(6) O.k. Ready? At beginning I asked if you ever have written a letter to a friend. Remember? Keep this in back of your mind always. Write like you speak. I promise you that for short content articles to develop your online home business, this is tone that works. If people need a textbook they will buy one.
(7) First make a list, sort of a shopping list of related things to cover. Try not to get carried away. Remember - short content articles.
(8) Now fill in details as if you were explaining it to a friend.
That's it. That's all there is to it. I think you will be surprised how easy it is once you write a few. Personally, I keep a notebook handy at all times just for ideas that I later cultivate into short articles. When I learn something new that I believe will be of benefit to others I make a note.
The power in this technique resides in fact that you are not a robot and neither are your prospects. When you write from perspective of friends sharing information, you step onto a personal level. Now who wouldn't pick up on that. Eventually, with continually writing and publishing your articles in newsgroups, e-zines, and on other web site, your credibility builds, your persona builds, and your traffic and sales will build. You absolutely cannot loose with this cost effective traffic generating strategy.
Dan J. Fry is an independent researcher and owner of e-Kinetic.com, a site devoted to providing resources for small budget home businesses. He has a PhD in Physics and is married with two daughters and two cats. Subscribe to his free E-Zine on home business resources at mailto:e-kinetic@GetResponse.com or by visiting his Home Business Resources and Tips site. He can be reached at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org .