Publicize Your Business Online With Great Article Writing States Jason Wize
Internet Marketing Advisor Jason Wize Tells How To Write Good Articles To Attract Viewers To You Business
“A lot of online marketers like to have articles written to generate credibility for themselves and to establish their business as premier in their field of expertise. Great article writing accomplishes several things. First, it grabs the readers’ attention. Boring material should be avoided. Short paragraphs are preferable. Occasionally humor should be injected unless the tone of the article is serious,” Wize explained. To view an interesting and well written article that expands upon the principles Wize spoke of, visit: http://www.jasonwize.net/
“The title or heading of the article is extremely important. It should quickly capture the readers’ attention and accurately summarize everything that will follow. The title should normally be kept succinct and should definitely be less than 100 characters long,” Wize added.
“Articles that offer tips or strategies are an excellent choice. For example, I have written articles about what you can learn from mobile marketing. An astute businessman or woman is always eager to learn new methods of marketing their company, Wize explained. To see the article he referred to, see: http://jasonwize.blogspot.com/2012/12/what-you-can-learn-from-your-mobile.html
“The first paragraph is of paramount importance. If the reader loses interest while reading the first few sentences, he probably won’t read the rest of the article, and the effort was totally wasted. The paragraph should have several sentences and serve as an introduction to the topics which will be covered. Every paragraph afterward should logically flow into the next one,” he said.
“The body of the article is “meat and potatoes” of the article. It should be educational and interesting to read. Some articles are just for fun; they may be humorous, yet still contain some kind of moral or lesson, or they might just be fun to read nonsense. In any case, each paragraph should be short, around 5 to 7 lines, and each paragraph should flow smoothly into the next paragraph,” Wize said with enthusiasm.
“A good technique for the final paragraph is to summarize the article using about one sentence for each paragraph or major point that was made in the body of the article. Remember, these are merely guidelines, not ironclad rules,” he warned.
“The last part of the article is the resource box where the business is touted. The name of the owner and some personal accomplishments should be highlighted. A hyperlink to the main website should be included here,” Wize concluded.
About Jason Wize:
Jason Wize is Managing Partner for MediaProNow LLC, a provider of public relations and marketing services for small and medium-sized businesses. Prior to co-founding MediaProNow, Wize held positions in the financial services industry and retail management, where he developed a love for building relationships and leading others. It was in this arena that Wize gained a unique understanding of what motivates consumer action at the point of sale, knowledge that inspired him to launch MediaProNow. His main website can be viewed at: http://www.jasonwize.com/
He has a recent business listing at: http://www.manta.com/c/mxjxddg/mediapronow
Heavily involved in the business community, Wize is a member of the Detroit Economic Club, Society of Industry Leaders and is a GLG Council member. He co-founded the National Students Support Council for Africa (NSSCA) at the First African-African American Summit in Abidjan, Cote’d Ivoire (Ivory Coast). He created a narrated photographic account of the Summit that was presented before a United States Senate Committee.
Wize received an athletic scholarship to play football at Ball State University where he studied business management and marketing. Wize is an avid golfer and has two children.
He may be contacted at 248-289-0079 or at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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