Freedom Article Template: Help Your Readers Achieve the Ultimate Benefit

What Do Readers Ultimately Want?

The ultimate benefit: To be self-sufficient and independent … to achieve freedom.

Whether it’s to lose weight, gain financial success, DIY steps, or to ultimately find happiness, readers want to be free of obstacles that prevent them from achieving their dreams. You have all of the tools and experience to help them, but why should you give them the answers you fought so hard to get?

Helping your reader helps you.

Not only are you giving them the answer, you’re building a relationship forged on your authority. In turn, you will achieve your goals – even if those goals are to increase your credibility, exposure, traffic to your blog or website, or all of the above.

Help your readers and gain in your efforts by providing an informative, quality article using the Freedom Article Template.

5 Easy Steps to Write a Freedom-Benefit Article

  • Introduction: Hook your reader by leading with a benefit that helps the reader address their needs or overcome a problem in order to achieve freedom. Tie-in your proposed strategies or methods as the solution.
  • Headline: Create a benefit-oriented headline before your list to help break up text and guide the eye down the page. Define how many strategies or methods you will recommend to achieve or gain freedom (e.g., “5 Ways to Gain Financial Freedom” or “7 Steps to Be Free of Painful Exercises and Fad Diets Forever!”).
  • Strategy: Create a list of 3, 5, or 7 strategies or methods. Describe each strategy and what it achieves. Limit each list item to 2-3 sentences, but provide just enough informative content so the reader has a good lead. If you feel the need to continue further, remember that you can expand each list item in another, standalone article.
  • Headline: Create a headline that bolsters the reader’s confidence – these strategies will help them achieve freedom (e.g., “How and Why These Methods Helped Me Gain Financial Success” or “5 Years Ago, I Lost 30 Pounds and Never Had to Diet Again”).
  • Conclusion: How did these strategies or methods help you gain freedom? Stand in your readers’ shoes and reassure them by briefly sharing your experience in a non-promotional manner. Provide evidence and avoid vague generalities by adding details to be more engaging with a personalized touch.

Ready to Write? Start Brainstorming

Create a list of obstacles you overcame in your niche. With each obstacle, consider how you broke free. Help readers achieve independence and freedom by providing strategies and recommendations through your experience using this article template.

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Have you written an article using this style? Share your article and experiences!


Lance Winslow writes:

Very wise template, great way to deliver viable content to people who need and want real solutions to the problems and challenges at hand.

Comment provided February 6, 2013 at 10:24 AM


jeff kane writes:

This a great way to keep the readers involved by giving them what they want!

Comment provided February 6, 2013 at 10:36 AM


Rudee writes:

I love your Freedom-Benefit Article template. Everyone can learn from someone’s experience and he doesn’t take anything away from you. I believe in life if you do for others it will come back to you in a good.

Comment provided February 6, 2013 at 11:04 AM


Mike Storzieri writes:

This is a great way to benefit your readers and set you apart as an expert in your field, at the same time creating a more viral article.

Comment provided February 6, 2013 at 1:26 PM


Murray Glick writes:

Really useful article here, but I would disagree with your strategies section (i.e. “Create a list of 3, 5, or 7 strategies…”) because what if you have an even number of points to make? What are you supposed to do, create an extra strategy or leave one out just to make it an odd number? That would be silly and would hurt the quality of the article.

Comment provided February 6, 2013 at 1:43 PM


Randall Magwood writes:

Awesome template and tutorial to go along with it. And if you can compel your reader to actually go out and receive their “ultimate benefit”… that’s how you know you’ve done a good job marketing.

Comment provided February 6, 2013 at 8:33 PM


Sujit Paul writes:

Thanks for this. Freedom Article Template is really helpful for writing better articles. Much appreciated.

Comment provided February 6, 2013 at 11:22 PM


Grant Martin writes:

The premise is a good idea. Most articles have elements of this already based on past experiences however this structure may give it extra punch and therefore more hits.
Will incorporate some of the concepts on a few projects I have lined up.

Comment provided February 7, 2013 at 5:13 AM


Ross Taylor writes:

Great content. I love these template articles.

Comment provided February 7, 2013 at 2:27 PM


Gracious Store writes:

Thank you for this template! Helping people solve their problem is the best way to create and cement relationship with them.

Comment provided February 7, 2013 at 10:34 PM



i love to do the 5 Easy Steps to Write a Freedom-Benefit Article. i will repair on my article. thank you…

Comment provided February 17, 2013 at 9:32 PM


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