Article Marketing with SubmitYourArticle.com: How to Make a Quilt (or an Article)
(York 11 March 2013) Have you ever looked at a beautiful patchwork quilt with all the different colors and designs of fabric in different shapes and sizes, all coming together to form a harmonious piece of practical art? It seems so complicated when looking at the finished piece that it is hard to imagine how it got to that point.
However, quilters will break their design into 30 blocks, take one block at a time and piece it together. Then, the blocks are simply sewed together. What would have been a confusing and complicated design becomes much more user- friendly when it is broken down into pieces.
The same approach can be taken when writing articles. If you look at the article marketing process through a beginner’s eyes, it may look complicated. However, if you break the article creation process into “blocks” of work, it becomes quite simple. Article marketing company SubmitYourArticle.com gives you the steps for how to do just that.
First, the article submission site suggests looking at samples. If you’re new to article marketing, and SEO article marketing, your first step should be to look at some free reprint articles. You can see articles on pretty much any topic on SubmitYourArticle.com’s article directory. Looking at other article submitters’ writing will help guide you on how to create your own unique article.
Next, you should try to work in blocks. Just like with a quilt, you’ll have a much easier time if you break the article creation process into smaller pieces. Your article can be broken down into small segments such as: title, introductory paragraph, supporting paragraph and concluding paragraph.
SubmitYourArticle.com also suggests using a “design wall.” After a quilter has pieced together the fabric that forms the blocks, they will adhere the blocks to the flannel in order to see what it looks like in relation to the rest of the quilt. You can do that with your articles as well. Sometimes writers will print out their first draft and use scissors to cut up the article so that each paragraph is on a different piece of paper. They piece the article back together, sometimes switching paragraphs around or making notes along the way.
Just like it’s necessary for a quilter to use a design wall to preview their quilt, SubmitYourArticle.com suggests that an article submitter stand back and look at each draft. Read and re-read your article to the point where you almost have it memorized. Finally, you are ready to trim up loose ends.
When you’re making a quilt, there is the constant accumulation of dangling threads that need to be snipped off. There are similar issues when creating an article. Your article will look “rough” until you polish it up.
For more ideas on article marketing please visit Submityourarticle.com or go here http://www.submityourarticle.com/creative-article-marketing/article-marketing-writing-how-to-make-a-quilt-or-article/
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