Are You Appealing to Your Audiences’ Hard Wiring?
The raw power of the human brain is an incredible thing and understanding its ever-expanding potential can be intimidating. How we make decisions and why we perform particular actions based on brain activity (e.g., primary sensory areas, gray matter, various lobes, etc.) can be confusing for people just skimming the surface of a niche that continues to grow larger every day.
Here’s where Expert Author Stephen Hager steps in with his personable articles that are easily comprehended and enjoyable to read. Passionate about the power and potential of the human brain, Stephen has dedicated his life to serving others and helping them create solutions to their daily challenges. Where there is an intimidating topic, such as how your brain is wired, it’s important to educate while not talking down to your readers. Stephen fosters a climate of trust by easily breaking down principles, providing innovative strategies, and calling for interactive participation.
Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author Kimberley Cohen
Founder, facilitator, and personal insight coach, Expert Author Kimberley Cohen is a positive attitude and happiness master. Certified in Body-Mind Counseling, Process-Oriented Body Work, and Spiritual Psychotherapy, Kimberley assists others by helping them minimize the stress and anxiety of day-to-day living.
A pioneer in her niche, Kimberley developed the Insight Technique, which helps others minimize the stress and anxiety in their lives. Providing clarity and illumination, Kimberley drives readers to question and understand their thinking in order to transform what blocks and limits them from maximizing their overall happiness and potential in life.
Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author Stephen Craine
Sales manager and trainer, Expert Author Stephen Craine shows his readers and clients how to invest in themselves so they can get the most out of their work and enjoy life.
Beginning with a foundation of articles based on everyday procedures, Stephen soon learned there was great success in writing engaging articles that integrated real-life events to areas of his niche. “One of my most successful articles was based on what I saw happening while I was having new windows fitted at my house,” he commented. Noting the window-fitters’ poor attitude to passersby’s inquiries, Stephen was inspired by the lost opportunity to sell more windows.
The Best Article Writing Advice You’ll Ever Receive
You are our top source of information. That’s why we recently asked the EzineArticles Expert Author community this question:
What was the best piece of article writing advice you’ve ever received?
First, we collected loads of encouraging, motivating, and enlightening responses. Then, we selected the top ten that are paramount to your success as an Expert Author.
1. You Have to Start Somewhere!
“I was told just to write. My heart would do the rest and I would learn professional tips along the way … My writing pathway is now clear and moves forward … into the future.”
– Sandy Giles
“Just get started writing. Writing leads to more writing. Lethargy leads to no writing. The choice is yours.”
– Dr. Erica Goodstone
Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author A Horton in Today’s Showcase
As one of South Africa’s top inspirational and motivational speakers, Expert Author A (Andrew) Horton ignites a spark that helps his audience achieve what they most desire.
After kick-starting his social media presence in November 2009, Andrew began testing a variety of new strategies to attract new business and build his credibility. Enrolling in a 12-month online writing course in September 2010 to strengthen his writing skills, Andrew began to write personal development articles that targeted employees of corporations of more than 150 members who desired information and leadership on behavioural enhancement and performance maximisation.
Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author Gwen Nicodemus in Today’s Showcase
A former engineer turned freelance virtual assistant for the freedom and diversity of the field, Expert Author Gwen Nicodemus thrives in a busy work life. From managing a wide variety of interests (such as reading, painting, games) to managing her children, Gwen throws herself wholeheartedly into her work to provide quality content for her clients.
First introduced to EzineArticles.com by a client, Gwen decided to convert her documents, notes, experiments, blog posts, and more into articles as a basis of her article portfolio to build her platform. “All I want to do is to provide helpful articles and solidify my own thoughts,” Gwen commented. “[People] follow my link to my website [and] those clicks tend to be the non-bouncers who stay around for a while,” she continued.
Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author Sean G Murphy in Today’s Showcase
In April 2009, Expert Author Sean G. Murphy wrote his first article simply to see if he could do it. Surprised by his success, Sean was motivated to continue writing based on the positive response from readers who conveyed their gratitude for his articles.
“My articles on EzineArticles.com have given me international credibility and have been the key to growing my business,” Sean said. “For all the people who watch us on social media or read our articles (that we know of), there are 10x as many who see our stuff and never make a comment.”
Share Your Answer to Today’s Question
Whether you are looking to improve your writing, build your niche as an expert, find tools to help you grow, or see what is going on in the EzineArticles community, we have you covered on the EzineArticles’ Article Writing & Insights Blog.
To recommend the best strategies and methods for EzineArticles Expert Authors, we pore over the data, research and test trends, and a whole lot more. All of this data and reporting doesn’t hold a torch to your valuable experience in the article writing trenches, which makes you, the Expert Author, our best source of information.
In the new blog series “EzineArticles Asks the Expert Author,” you’re invited to share your suggestions, questions, and more by joining the discussion, networking with the EzineArticles Expert Author community, and even discovering new strategies to apply to your own article writing efforts.
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Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author Terre Ritchie in Today’s Showcase
Compassionate and expressive, Expert Author Terre Ritchie began writing articles at the suggestion of her editor. Although haphazard in the beginning, themes began to surface and Terre found herself thoroughly enjoying writing.
Inspired by her rich history of travels, professions, and hobbies, as well as by those closest to her, Terre opens herself to her unique experiences to provide quality, original articles. “My style is open and honest about my life and experiences in the 63 years I’ve been alive,” Terre commented. “There is much to write about because I haven’t been a sedentary person. I travel, I’m involved in many organizations and I’m a learner,” she continued.
Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author Norman Wilson in Today’s Showcase
Enclosed in a ten-by-ten home office for six to eight hours a day, Expert Author Norman Wilson researches, drafts, and polishes his articles. With ideas sparked by chance conversations, newscasts, television programs, magazines, books, and the Internet at large, Norman writes insightful, thought-provoking articles from politics to education to sociology.
Author of over 200 articles, several college textbooks, three novels, and two non-fiction books, it’s difficult to believe Norman was once a “struggling writer.” Advised to build a platform and to enhance his brand with article writing, Norman chose to publish with EzineArticles after reading articles from fellow Expert Authors and liking what he read. “And with that began a very pleasant and positive experience,” Norman said.
“Writing articles for EzineArticles was a logical approach,” Norman commented. “I am eclectic in my interests and I have been criticized for that. Successful author friends have said I should pick a niche and concentrate on that. That’s not my style and EzineArticles allows me that diversity.”
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