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Observe firstly how article on a totally different subject from what blogs are covering is made relevant to blogs. Then take a close look at how keywords are repeatedly used.
So now you are ready to write your first keyword article.
I can hear you ask question.
“What on earth am I going to write about?”
Why not write about your keywords article business. You intend to supply keyword rich articles don’t you?
Read articles at my other blog (http://big-online-story.blogspot.com) carefully. Are there any of articles that you can re-write in your own words without telling any lies about your past achievements as a writer so far? Please do not copy whole paragraphs from my blog. I have not given you permission to reproduce my articles. I have simply asked you to do what you can do with any site or blog online. Read and digest central ideas and then write an article using ideas as if there were your own. Select any simple keyword that you want to use that will be central or key point in your article. (We will deal about subject of selecting keywords for your articles later on in this blog).
Remember that you will really have to be convincing so select topics that you care about enough and believe in from my blog, to be convincing. A writer who is not convincing in their writing will never be successful at any type of writing, so this is a very critical skill you will need to acquire if you are to succeed.
Next you will have to compile your resource box. This is a skill on it’s own and I have an extremely useful article on subject at my blog http://netmarketing.blogdrive.com. It is titled “Your article resource box will kill or lift your internet marketing.”
Read it and carefully use valuable points gained from years of experience and trial and error to create your best resource box to launch off your career as a writer.
Christopher Kyalo is writer who makes a living writing online. Has recently started a blog where he tells how it's done, no holds barred. Visit it to read the second part of this article. http://100grandwriters.blogdrive.com