How do I know what to write about since the economy is filled with many writers and how do I make an effective article that will attract readers at the same time?
For a moment, ignore the economy. Ignorance is bliss. Do you think Burger King won’t enter an area because there already is a McDonalds in it? Heck no! …and in fact, they will build directly across from McDonalds.
A simple traffic attraction formula you can use:
The amount of pre-qualified visitors that your articles attract is directly proportional to four forces:
1) The quantity of articles you produce (determines raw volume).
2) The quality of your content (determines if you’ll attract higher quality publishers to run your articles).
3) The distribution outlet used…and the trust you build with them and the trust they have with those who refer traffic to themselves.
4) The current market saturation level of similar content (but never let this stop you…let it DRIVE YOU to produce more efficiently, more intelligently and in a higher scale). Massive action over the long-haul solves all, assuming you continually seek to improve.
Anyone else care to add to my list of market forces?