Article Sets

On last nights teleseminar, I challenged 412 authors to think in terms of “Article Sets” — in order to get a higher ROI from their time when writing.

There are two easy way to begin writing in sets of 2, 3, 4, 5, or more articles at a time:

1) Do sets of articles by topic or sets by sub-topics.

2) If you’re one of those authors that is fighting with yourself to produce a 400-500 word article to save your 800-1000+ word comfort norm, then you can create accidental article sets by just cutting your articles in half and giving each a unique title. Instant set of articles.

It is always more efficient to write in article sets of 2 or more than it ever is to write one at a time. :-) Give it a shot and let me know how this strategy works for you.


Dina Giolitto writes:

Great tip, Chris… that’s something I cover in-depth in my Article Marketing E-book, Article Power.

It helps to work in creative “campaigns” with a specific outcome in mind and then outline your topic point by point.

Pretty soon, after you’ve covered all the main points, the details start to flow in easily. I believe many other authors have tapped this strategy as well.

Glad to hear the telecall went so well! I know you always put on a great show. :)


Comment provided November 30, 2005 at 10:50 AM


Jean Tracy, MSS writes:

Dear Christopher,

You are a true coach. You help each of us clearly and generously. Anyone who seeks your coaching will profit. It is a pleasure to receive your frequent tips and tools.


Jean Tracy

Comment provided November 30, 2005 at 3:04 PM


Larry M. Lynch writes:

Great idea Chris,

Using the concept of article sets, I often create 5 or 6 articles at the same time boosting my posting numbers significantly. Virtually any article author can benefit from this strategy.

Keep up the good work!

Comment provided December 2, 2005 at 1:28 PM


Ron Passfield writes:

I agree Chris with the idea of writing in sets. I also use the approach of listing key points. I have 3 articles on the go at the moment. Like other people above, I tend to have creative periods when it is easy to write and I try to capitalise on these. I find the same applies to writing poetry. There are times when articles/poems just come into my head, there are other times when I have to really work hard to get an idea to start writing.

Comment provided December 6, 2005 at 5:49 PM


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