7 Reasons You Should Be Passionate About XYZ

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“Knowledge is power, but enthusiasm pulls the switch.” – Ivern Ball

Facts are waiting for anyone to pick them up and share them with others. However, facts are just facts without connection and enthusiasm. It’s your conviction, your belief, your immeasurable feelings, and your passion that compels your audience to stop and listen.

It’s for that reason you can positively electrify your writing by sharing your passion and connecting readers to the facts.

Give it a try with this article template!

7 Reasons You Should Be Passionate About XYZ Article Template

Introduction

Open with a great hook relevant to your topic: a quick anecdote that illustrates a story (dilemma or otherwise), a surprising statement that evokes interest, or a scene that places the reader in the future (either if they do or don’t become passionate about XYZ).

Ordered List

Provide a list of reasons why your audience should be passionate about your topic. Consider WIIFM (what’s in it for me)? Why is it relevant to your audience and how does it benefit them? Begin each point with vivid power words that charge up your reader and motivates them to act. Share your delight about your topic!

Conclusion

What’s the next step? What should your audience do? Tell your audience in a clear and motivating call-to-action with a large dose of passion in your prescription.

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10 Comments »


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Mark writes:

Thanks for the template.

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Ms Hanson writes:

Yes, thank you for the template!

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I like the “What’s In It For Me” idea…

Comment provided February 14, 2014 at 7:51 PM

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Matthew Morris writes:

That might actually work for me. My articles normally focus on the ‘How’ of my particular subject rather than the ‘Why’. This could open up an entirely different series of articles.

Comment provided February 14, 2014 at 8:18 PM

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Thanks for the template

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Moronke writes:

I like anything free.
Thanks for the free template.

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Chris writes:

Love the idea twist. Thanks for the template

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Raghav Raaz writes:

i love this idea, thanks for sharing this template.

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Carey writes:

Thank you so much for your template. I do write article usually using my college years technique, but this simpler. Thank you again.

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Dane writes:

Thanks for the template! I love the info and ideas!

Comment provided March 21, 2014 at 4:18 AM

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