The Perfect Cure Article Template

An Article Template That’s Good For Your Health

There are usually countless strategies on how to cure an illness or problem.

For example, if you are trying to cure the flu, you might take a traditional approach, a new age approach, a spiritual approach, some combination of them, or something else.

Each approach has its merits. In certain circumstances, one may work better than another, or they could come out with the same healing time. It is all about the approach.

If you pull the “illness” concept into your own niche, you can think about things in your niche that cause problems and how you deal with them. This is where your years of experience and expertise shine through.

With this article template, we will share exactly how to draw the “illness” analogy into your niche and how to share the perfect cures in your niche.

Let’s get started on The Perfect Cure for your niche:

  1. Share an Affliction/Illness: Pick a problem in your niche. In the introduction of the article, discuss a variety of possible ways to solve that problem (“cure that illness”). You should already know what cure you are going to share because it will make up the rest of the article.
  2. Lay Out Steps: Imagine you are a doctor and walk through your cure for the problem. Explain the cure thoroughly. If it is a multi-step process, feel free to use an ordered list to organize the steps.
  3. Recap the Cure: Summarize what you know about the problem and how the cure will help.
  4. Give Reasons to Consider the Cure: Build more evidence to support the cure and explain when it is the right situation to use it.

The best way to target an “illness” in your niche is to find out what your audience is questioning, what issues do they see with a particular product or service, and what obstacles or barriers they encounter that prevents them from participating in your niche. You can find this information on social networks, forums, blogs, or even polling visitors on your website or newsletter.

Even if your field of expertise is outside the health and wellness niche, writing a “perfect cure” article could be just the thing to help your article inspiration ills. Come back here and let us know how it worked for you!


Lance Winslow writes:

By the way – this also works VERY well with only slight modification for Business Solutions also. For instance a business challenge, so for those consultants and coaches out there also you should be thinking here and considering this template as well – it will only take a few minutes to modify it to fit that need.

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 9:26 AM


Amy Hagerup writes:

I love the simplicity of this. I also love the recommendation to note that there are more solutions than the one you are going to offer. Superb. blessings, Amy

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 9:42 AM


John writes:

Nice stuff shared by you. Simple fact is understand the illness first then there won’t be much difficulty in finding the cure.

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 9:47 AM


Jason writes:

Absolutely great article Christopher, this should be a guideline for all people who publish in the online world… Thanks for posting this.

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 9:59 AM


Jon writes:

Hey Amy I am agree with you and the fact that there are plenty of solutions to cure a illness. All we need to do is find the correct one.

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 11:55 AM


Zeljko Vasic writes:

Well, I think what’s described in the article is pretty much common sense, but still good guidelines for writers who aren’t yet proficent with creating this type of articles.

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 12:42 PM



Thanks for this practical template – This is my favorite approach to article writing – I like being part of solutions – sometimes one part vodka and 3 parts orange juice. just kidding! Overworked writer targeting deadlines at quarter past dead in the nite, whaddya xpect, EzineArticles guys?

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 2:53 PM



Agreed. Any preliminary research to a topic is most welcome and awarded by readers and unique visits. Giving answers to questions no one is asking is just great writing which collects dust.

Comment provided December 5, 2011 at 3:50 PM


uganda safaris writes:

Thanks guys… with your guidelines and tips……. we are surely getting there to writing very good well composed articles…. some of those issues we just over look them.

Comment provided December 7, 2011 at 12:38 AM


Albert writes:

Well said, we need to do a research and then make the most of our knowledge about particular topic to make our article reader’s first choice.

Comment provided December 7, 2011 at 11:05 AM


Maria Caniedo writes:

thanks a lot for the teaching you have given to new members here.I am longing for these training ,hopefully, i will be the great writer someday.

Comment provided December 14, 2011 at 7:39 AM


Alvin Ang writes:

Hi Chris, thank you for this template. It definitely helped me reduce my writers block.

One quick question to everyone, I am new to writing articles and did a lot of research on content creation. Any thoughts/opinions on using article spinners/other content creation software that creates content for your vs organic ones that we write?

Comment provided December 18, 2011 at 1:35 AM


Alvin –

Welcome to the world of article writing! One thing you’ll need to know right away is that the use of article spinning or other content creation software is an absolute violation of EzineArticles Editorial Guidelines. Use of that kind of software is not only unethical, it will also cause your EzineArticles account to be suspended or you may be banned from EzineArticles altogether. Do NOT use article spinning software! For more information on spun content, check out this blog post.

– Marc


Maria Caniedo writes:

That’s right Marc! I was banned or suspended last week. They thought that my article is spun. Thanks i’m back now.


Maria –

I’m glad to hear everything worked out alright. It can be easy to succumb to the allure of article spinning software, but in the end you and your readers gain nothing.

Best of luck in your article writing efforts! :-)

– Marc


James Paris writes:

Great article that really lays out a ‘straight’ path to writing a neat orderly work. It’s always a good thing to write in a way that people can understand and follow through.

Comment provided February 17, 2012 at 2:24 AM


Maria Caniedo writes:

I was very confused on writing the content of an article. Is it advisable to refer to a product if asked to write a treatment? For example a brand name of product that will be use for treating disease.

Comment provided February 19, 2012 at 12:13 AM


Maria –

It sounds like you’re referring to a product review article. If so, I think you’ll find this blog post and template very helpful:

– Marc


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