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4 Simple Ways To Make Your Article Interesting

Updated on December 26, 2013

4 Simple Ways to make your Article Interesting to Read

Article writing is one of the best ways to send back links to your product site and promote your business . But in order to get the desired response from your target audience , readers first of all have to enjoy reading your content . This article will provide an insightful guide on how to make your article interesting to read . You will also learn how some few tips on how to capture your reader's attention from starting to the end of the article .

1. Explain Ideas from different Angles of View

One of the ways to make your article interesting for your target reader is to explain your ideas from different angles of view . Describing or explaining your ideas from a single point of view will make your article boring to read . It will make you sound like you have nothing to talk about in your article . Do not make your article so narrow that you have few ideas to discuss in your content - as it will make your discussion one way and boring to read . Expressing your ideas from different angles provides better understanding of the contents and makes the article exciting to read . Use different examples to support your ideas as well as make references from other credible sources to support your claims .

2. Make your Statements Straightforward .

As you you describe your ideas from different points of view , take care you do not over explain . Try and keep your points straightforward . Words you choose for the content should be appropriate to the reading levels of the target reader . Do not confuse your reader by over explaining your points and creating unnecessary winding statements .

3. Using Appropriate Technical words and Keywords .

Using the appropriate technical words where they are needed in the article will help give the content a professional tone as well as interesting to read . You should therefore try and tune the technical words to the appropriate reading levels of target reader . When you pile up big colorful words in your article , it will only make the content difficult to understand as it will prevent your ideas from properly blending or flowing into each other .

4. Make use of Linking Words .

Also pay particular attention to linking words such as when, thus, but , so, however, nevertheless, first of all , Secondly , as a matter of fact, in fact, for examples on the other hand, etc. such connecting words shows the exact relationship between words and ideas/statement. They act as sign posts for your readers and are even more important than filling a composition with long impressive sounding words. Making use of them at the appropriate places in your writing helps your ideas to flow and also captures the attention of the reader by enabling smooth readership . You are more likely to get your reader to continue reading on when you have appropriate connecting words in your content .

You can read my other hubs to learn more on how to improve your writing skills .

Please feel free to give your comment and suggestions below. You can also contact me if you want to write articles for your blogs, website or for any proof reading service. Contact me for also advice and tutorials on SEO or how you can upgrade your website in order to gain more traffic.


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    • thecoffeewrite profile image

      Keneesha M Hodge 6 years ago from Chicago, Illinois

      I will read your other hubs to see if how you can help shape my writing. Thanks

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      bluestandish 6 years ago

      @mljdgulley: Thanks for reading

      @vinaya : Thanks for reading

      @Mactavers: Compiling all ideas into one long hub makes it a bit boring for most readers to go through all . It's different when writing a book . However , you can continue to learn more about making your articles interesting in my other hubs . I will soon be publishing more hubs that will be discussing these tips in details as well . Thanks for reading .

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      mactavers 6 years ago

      Thanks for the well written hub. Information is important, but how it is written for the reader is just as important. It's boring to harp on choice of vocabulary or linking words, spelling and correct usuage but when the writer presents a "total package" that's when a great hub comes together.

    • Vinaya Ghimire profile image

      Vinaya Ghimire 6 years ago from Nepal

      Keywords and linking words are very important in online writing. Thanks for sharing your perspective.

    • mljdgulley354 profile image

      mljdgulley354 6 years ago

      Thank you for these writing tips. I especially liked the linking word tips


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