Overcoming Objections Article Template

How do you demystify your reader’s objections and uncover the real truth in your niche?

With so much information out there, it is easy to be lured down the wrong informational path. Even the savviest Internet readers have been led astray all too often.

If you are seeing confusion within your niche, why not address it head on?

As an expert in your niche, you are in a position to share your expertise and help people overcome obstacles to reach the real truth. Your shared knowledge will leverage your credibility and bring targeted traffic back to your site.

In this article template, your ability to paint a picture of a topic accurately and then cut through the objections to deliver a slice of reality builds momentum for the reader, as well as trust!

Can’t think of an objection? You can gather this information by checking out discussion pages, forums, FAQs, or even collaborating with other experts.

Let’s unveil the truth with this Overcoming Objections article template:

The Title: Many People Believe That (Objection Goes Here)

Introduction: Describe what people believe about the industry and why folks believe it. This helps build a foundation of trust and they’ll want to read what you have to say to contradict that view. Which brings us to theā€¦

Body: Kick off with a contradictory word such as;


And then write a paragraph of why this is NOT the case, and what the reality actually is. This helps leverage your expertise in your niche by highlighting the truth against the objection. You are now the source by providing your unique perspective and backing it up with your experience and knowledge as you share it with the reader.

Next, you need a couple of paragraphs to “boomerang” your article back to the original objection, stating why the objection is false and why the exact opposite is true. Provide details and back it up with the evidence: your experience and knowledge.

Conclusion: Lastly, follow-up by reminding people that it’s okay to have believed the falsehood, as many people do, but now they know the truth and should now act on that knowledge.

Walking through these steps will make it infinitely easier to write a high-quality article in no time and help ease readers away from false notions of your niche!

For your next article, consider writing an Overcoming Objections article. Once you’ve completed at least one, come back to this entry and let us know about your experience or if you have any questions!


Elena writes:

Good advice. I didn’t think of delivering an article this way. Makes a lot of sense.

Comment provided October 10, 2011 at 3:55 PM



I agree, if the article turns the mind of the reader, the writer is successful.

Comment provided October 10, 2011 at 7:03 PM


Tara Walker writes:

Great, practical advice for this type of article. Thanks!

Comment provided October 10, 2011 at 9:39 PM



Wow this is pretty good template to apply in my next article submission.

It proves that: “Opposites attract!”

Comment provided October 10, 2011 at 10:31 PM


Kenny writes:

What a great tip to write articles. It’s an excellent way to structure your articles. It certainly keeps the reader engaged throughout the article.

Comment provided October 10, 2011 at 11:13 PM


Emmanuel Nwaeke writes:

Thank you for providing us with this microscopic information in article writing which has the potential of not only attracting visitors to our website but can also make them repeat their visits often. A convincing article is all you need to make your readers repeat their visit.

Comment provided October 11, 2011 at 12:35 AM


mismatch writes:

Very good idea. The way its presented makes it all purposeful too. I have been horrified many times by strongly commercial articles leading certain segments of consumers into confusion about important matters — with no regard about the psychological damage that might follow as a result. I refer to some of the articles that promote penis enlargement devices– and I feel sorry for so many decent, fine men that are affected for life.

Comment provided October 11, 2011 at 12:52 AM


Don Bengert writes:

This is so prevalent in the industry I write about. It’s one thing to have the knowledge on a given subject and try to convey that message to an open ear but, a majority of the time it seems it’s unheard. I write about home improvement issues, whether it be done by the property owner or by a person looking for a contractor to hire. The realization of one’s capability should be the tell all when attempting home improvement or hiring the work out.

Comment provided October 11, 2011 at 3:13 PM



First tone to be sincere, and then makes sense.

Comment provided October 12, 2011 at 10:16 PM


Bayo Tayo writes:

Wow! Can’t imagine how little I knew about writing.
Thanks man.

Comment provided October 15, 2011 at 11:57 AM



Thank you Christopher. This is a great way to address the misunderstanding of my field.

Comment provided October 21, 2011 at 1:57 PM


Debby writes:

Great template ideas! I always recommend using objections as a great source for article inspiration. This template gives them a great tool for success

Comment provided November 4, 2011 at 3:40 PM


Harparam writes:

Now I know how a Article has to be written

Comment provided November 16, 2011 at 9:31 AM


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