I recently launched my first training product called, Article Production Strategies. EzineArticles expert author Hans Bool of Spain mentioned the topic of *article production* with this article: Be Aware of The Article Production Hype
My “Article Production Strategies” guide is about helping authors move from 10 articles per lifetime to 1000 articles in the next 2 years, as a possible outcome from someone who reads or listens to the training materials.
I had to read Hans’ article a few times to understand it, but he does offer 5 components to a “hype cycle”:
* 1. “Technology Trigger”
* 2. “Peak of Inflated Expectations”
* 3. “Trough of Disillusionment”
* 4. “Slope of Enlightenment”
* 5. “Plateau of Productivity”
Do any of these really refer to article production?
The real issue is that authors are NOT in a production mode and that they NEED to be in a production mode to really get a chance at ROI for this article syndication strategy.
I will agree with Hans that QUALITY should never be allowed to suffer. With that said, PERFECT articles never seem to get COMPLETED! :) Ahhh the paradox!
For those looking for an article production time-saving tip (that I use myself very often), check out this article by Hans: How to Increase Your Article Production (I Forgot to Mention This)