Learn Article Marketing – Write an Article Each Day – Here’s How

Here is why it is important to learn article marketing. If you are an avid writer, you have probably come across the admonition that you should aim at engaging in the art of writing everyday. It is no hollow advice. Writing everyday is the easiest way to make writing a part of your daily routine. It deepens your writing skills and enables you to easily draw on your repertoire of knowledge each time a subject comes up for discussion in an article. In deed writing everyday is the best known cure for the proverbial “writer’s block.”

But then, simply knowing that it is good to write everyday does not make the task easy. So very often you will be busy with other things and have to really struggle to make out time to begin to write. And just then, you may discover that you are either too tired or you can not quite organize your thoughts to engage in any creative writing. What then?

Here are suggestions on ways to establish and maintain the daily writing habit:

Have a target for each day: This means you should commit yourself to the goal of writing a particular number of words or pages each day. this is especially helpful if you are working towards a deadline-as I always do. Dividing a set number of articles or other write-ups into daily slots and committing yourself to performing the task for each day will soon get you into the habit of writing daily-even when a deadline is not involved, and even when the subject is not particularly interesting.

Pick a time of day when you must write: yes, and do write CONSISTENTLY, everyday at that particular time. It could be anytime-before breakfast, after lunch, last thing before retiring to bed, anytime that suits your circumstances and personal preference. If you do it consistently it will soon become a habit. And best of all, you will begin to subconsciously look forward to your writing moments.

View your writing moments as a personal treat: do not look upon your article wring as a journal (indeed, nobody who does not enjoy writing should go into a profession that calls for frequent writing of articles or journals). This little chunk of time should be viewed as a precious, enjoyable moment set aside for just you and your thoughts.

Make the writing environment conducive and interesting: if possible, write at the same corner of the house each time. Avoid the habit of writing very close to your bed. Psychologists have even suggested that you dress in a particular consistent manner each time you write. There is nothing mysterious about it.

The whole idea is to get your body and mind into the spirit each time you approach your writing task. It might also help your mood to have a really nice notebook to write. Similarly you could also decide to have your favorite drink or snack during your writing time (but beware of overloading your body with calories. Moderation should be your watchword).

So, are you trying to write every day? and what types of writing are you engaged in-article marketing, blog posts, newsletters, or even fiction and short novels? It does not really matter, the rule is universal; commit yourself to a set number of words or pages per day, pick a time of the day during which you will always write, try and enjoy your writing, and make the writing environment conducive. These are habits that will help you to write an article or more each day with pleasure.

One Sure Way To Be Happy, Loved And Remembered Is To Write a Book

I’m speaking with my graphic designer this morning and he tells me he’s been on admission in the hospital for about a week now. In addition to the usual malaria and typhoid, he tells me, he has “BP”. He’s about 36.

A few days ago a friend told me she lost her senior sister last December to “BP”. She was 35. She’d lost her bank job five years earlier and suffered mild stroke three years later due to high “BP”. She passed away five years from the day she lost her job.

What has this “BP” got to do with book? I must say, a lot. “BP” by the way, is blood pressure. High blood pressure is a killer.

Writing a book is one of most fulfilling endeavors, nothing compares. Not even making love. It keeps high “BP” away.

During one of his visits to the White House during the Reagan era, John H. Johnson sat on the same dinner table with Maureen Reagan.

After telling the young Maureen what he did for a living, Maureen said, “write a book.”

Emily Dickinson said, “There is no frigate like the book.”

An unknown author penned, “If you drop a book and three pounds of gold, pick the book first before the gold.”

Charlie “Tremendous” Jones once said, “Of all the things in this world only two will have the greatest impact on your life, the books you read, and the people you meet.”

According to Uthman Dan Fodio, “The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr.”

Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying, “If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.”

The people we most admire are those with strings of books behind their names, whether fiction or non-fiction. Names such as William Shakespeare, Leo Tolstoy, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Agatha Christie, Maya Angelou, Seth Godin, Malcolm Gladwell, Daniel Pink, Susan Cain, Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Adichie, J. K. Rowling, and Stephen King, readily come to mind.

Indeed, there is no feeling more exhilarating than stumbling onto the world’s most iconic airports, libraries, shops and websites and finding your book displayed alongside those of the planet’s most revered authors and icons.

There are tons of reasons you should write a book. John Kremer has listed 30 solid reasons, amongst them:

• Stamp of Credibility
• Support a cause
• Share a message
• Become a consultant
• Become a speaker
• Become a celebrity
• Reach Buckingham Palace
• Make money

I always tell my friends, if you don’t like the money part, donate the money to your beloved charity.

Writing a book, just like any other serious project, looks intimidating at first glance when you look at all the moving parts at the same time: writing, designing, proofreading, editing, publishing, pricing, distributing, marketing and selling. But when you break the project down to bite-sized pieces, you discover that it’s an endeavour you can tackle with ease if you have a little guidance.

As complex as writing a book and getting it in the hands of readers might look, there are actually 8 simple steps you can follow:

• Step 1: Decide What You Wish To Write On
• Step 2: Decide The Title & Sub-title of your Book
• Step 3: Decide The Content
• Step 4: Decide Who Will Write The Book
• Step 5: Write, Proof Read & Edit Your Book
• Step 6: Publish Your Book
• Step 7: Launch Your Book To The World
• Step 8: Market and Sell Your Book

There is actually a 9th Step, Write More Books.

The end of one book should be the beginning of your next book, as Stephen King, the author of over 60 books, has emphasized.
The world’s most revered authors have dozens of books to their names, most of them best-sellers. For you to join their ranks, you have to write more than one book, seven being the magic number.

The easiest way to write a book is to just begin. That’s the secret. Begin, and your brain and subconscious mind will take over from there leading you to the final destination.

This piece would not be complete if I don’t mention that Amazon has made it very simple to get your book out to the world. Amazon will even give you a book cover design if you don’t have one.

Don’t wait, if you want to be happy, loved, remembered, and even immortal, write your first, second or third book today.

Remember, the best time to have written your first book was yesterday, the next best time is now.

One Sure Way To Be Happy, Loved And Remembered Is To Write a Book

I’m speaking with my graphic designer this morning and he tells me he’s been on admission in the hospital for about a week now. In addition to the usual malaria and typhoid, he tells me, he has “BP”. He’s about 36.

A few days ago a friend told me she lost her senior sister last December to “BP”. She was 35. She’d lost her bank job five years earlier and suffered mild stroke three years later due to high “BP”. She passed away five years from the day she lost her job.

What has this “BP” got to do with book? I must say, a lot. “BP” by the way, is blood pressure. High blood pressure is a killer.

Writing a book is one of most fulfilling endeavors, nothing compares. Not even making love. It keeps high “BP” away.

During one of his visits to the White House during the Reagan era, John H. Johnson sat on the same dinner table with Maureen Reagan.

After telling the young Maureen what he did for a living, Maureen said, “write a book.”

Emily Dickinson said, “There is no frigate like the book.”

An unknown author penned, “If you drop a book and three pounds of gold, pick the book first before the gold.”

Charlie “Tremendous” Jones once said, “Of all the things in this world only two will have the greatest impact on your life, the books you read, and the people you meet.”

According to Uthman Dan Fodio, “The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr.”

Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying, “If you would not be forgotten, as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or do things worth writing.”

The people we most admire are those with strings of books behind their names, whether fiction or non-fiction. Names such as William Shakespeare, Leo Tolstoy, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Agatha Christie, Maya Angelou, Seth Godin, Malcolm Gladwell, Daniel Pink, Susan Cain, Chinua Achebe, Chimamanda Adichie, J. K. Rowling, and Stephen King, readily come to mind.

Indeed, there is no feeling more exhilarating than stumbling onto the world’s most iconic airports, libraries, shops and websites and finding your book displayed alongside those of the planet’s most revered authors and icons.

There are tons of reasons you should write a book. John Kremer has listed 30 solid reasons, amongst them:

• Stamp of Credibility
• Support a cause
• Share a message
• Become a consultant
• Become a speaker
• Become a celebrity
• Reach Buckingham Palace
• Make money

I always tell my friends, if you don’t like the money part, donate the money to your beloved charity.

Writing a book, just like any other serious project, looks intimidating at first glance when you look at all the moving parts at the same time: writing, designing, proofreading, editing, publishing, pricing, distributing, marketing and selling. But when you break the project down to bite-sized pieces, you discover that it’s an endeavour you can tackle with ease if you have a little guidance.

As complex as writing a book and getting it in the hands of readers might look, there are actually 8 simple steps you can follow:

• Step 1: Decide What You Wish To Write On
• Step 2: Decide The Title & Sub-title of your Book
• Step 3: Decide The Content
• Step 4: Decide Who Will Write The Book
• Step 5: Write, Proof Read & Edit Your Book
• Step 6: Publish Your Book
• Step 7: Launch Your Book To The World
• Step 8: Market and Sell Your Book

There is actually a 9th Step, Write More Books.

The end of one book should be the beginning of your next book, as Stephen King, the author of over 60 books, has emphasized.
The world’s most revered authors have dozens of books to their names, most of them best-sellers. For you to join their ranks, you have to write more than one book, seven being the magic number.

The easiest way to write a book is to just begin. That’s the secret. Begin, and your brain and subconscious mind will take over from there leading you to the final destination.

This piece would not be complete if I don’t mention that Amazon has made it very simple to get your book out to the world. Amazon will even give you a book cover design if you don’t have one.

Don’t wait, if you want to be happy, loved, remembered, and even immortal, write your first, second or third book today.

Remember, the best time to have written your first book was yesterday, the next best time is now.