Written by Shery Ma Belle Arrieta

Writers write. You shouldn't wait around for inspiration to come. But sometimes, there are days you can't get anything written down. Or you're at a loss for words. You can't think of anything to write. You don't have any idea what to write about.

And then you end up believing you're having writer's block.

You end up believing it too much that you stop writing altogether. You might even think of yourself as not a real writer.

And all because of what? You think your muse deserted you? You think you have a 7-year writer's block plague?

Think again!

There's no such thing as writer's block. And you sure as heck don't need inspiration to write!

What you do need are prompts to help get your writer's mind working and your hands writing or typing.

I call these prompts SEEDS. They are your beginnings;repparttar glimmer;repparttar 129771 little sparks that you can shape and fashion into stories, articles, essays and features.

You don't need inspiration. All you need is an idea. A SEED.

And here are a dozen seeds you can try out for yourself --

1. The first typewriter was patented on July 23, 1829. Interview some ofrepparttar 129772 writers in your group and find out how they write. You can develop this into a light- hearted articles about writers.

The Art of Writing Effective Web Site Sales Copy

Written by Shelley Lowery

If you're selling a product or service onrepparttar Internet, your words arerepparttar 129768 most important factor in determining your success. High-tech web sites with fancy images won't make sales however, many Internet entrepreneurs spend much more time designing a professional looking web site than writing effective sales copy. A professional looking web site is a very important part of making sales, but without effective sales copy your web site will be useless. The art of writing effective sales copy is simply learning how to write persuasive words specifically written for your targeted customer. You must feel your customers needs and write your copy with passion, excitement and benefit. If you've ever developed a new product then you know that there is a certain time when your emotions are riding high and you're full of excitement and anticipation. This isrepparttar 129769 best time to write your sales copy. Your excitement will flow through your words. Take this time to sit down and write an outline for your sales message. Creating A Headline The first part of your outline will be your headline. This isrepparttar 129770 most important part of your entire sales copy. You must write a headline that demands attention and forces your visitor to read on. Most of your visitors will only read your headline. If it doesn't instantly grab their attention, they'll move on and never return. Writing an Introduction Once you've captured your visitor's attention, you'll now need to direct their attention to your introduction. Keep your introduction brief and torepparttar 129771 point. Let them know exactly what you have to offer them. Use Plenty of Subheadings Your next step in creating your outline is to add subheadings. Subheadings are basically just smaller headlines used to break up your text blocks. They also provide your readers with important highlights of your paragraphs. Use plenty of subheadings throughout your copy, as not all of your visitors will read your copy word for word. They'll simply scan it and only read what catches their attention. Removerepparttar 129772 Risk You must provide a solid, no risk, money back guarantee. Provide a limited time free trial or download that will completely removerepparttar 129773 risk. This will build your potential customers confidence and put their mind at ease. Display your guarantee in bold text and even mention it in your sales message and on your order page. Call for Action Ask forrepparttar 129774 order and provide an easy ordering process. Continue to reassure your potential customer and lead them to your order page. Use a P.S.

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