Plan of article

You need to write a plan, on which article will be based. It happens that the person is trying to write, guided only by a single topic, not building a general concept of the article. Usually this leads to the collapse and unnecessary spending forces.

It is necessary to prescribe the plan. It should be quite simple:

  1. Name
  2. Introduction (it briefly reveals the main idea of the text)
  3. The main part which consists of a number of recommendations or theses,
  4. Conclusion (findings).

Introduction

The introduction should gently gen up the reader on the main topic. In addition, in the introduction you write about the problems which will be disclosed in article as well as the target audience.

Main part

Here you can give some important practical recommendations or explain the basic concepts of the subject. In the description of theses there are should be specifics, useful and valuable information. A good supplement will be stories, interesting facts, as well as your own experience and opinion on the issue raised in the article. In the main part you need to write the answers to the questions presented in the introduction. Try not to write huge number of pages, it will be enough 1-2 pages. At the same time, remember that you’re writing not just an article, but an article for a specific target audience, or rather for a good and nice person to whom this topic is important. You should remember this in order your text would be friendly and intuitive. Then you will be able to build a trusting relationship with your readers.

Conclusion

Here you sum up all the info, focusing on the positive results, as well as the fact that the information contained in the main part, will help to deal with the problem.

Proofread the article

You should check and correct the text only once, without thinking for a long time and without going into idealism, otherwise it will lead to countless fixes and as a result, to the unwritten article. The purpose of proofreading is to correct typos and remove duplicates, replacing them with the words synonymous. The text must be easy, simple and competent.

About the author: Linda Stark likes playing the piano, reading romance books and go to the gym and work out. She’s interested in worldwide trends of fashion, design and psychology.

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