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Five Minute Writing Miracles

FIVE MINUTES ... Is All You Need phone a friend .....  peel potatoes for dinner ..... pick the kids up from school  .....  or write a few words that could earn you anything from a plastic pinny or ballpoint pen, to a dream house in the sun, a top-of-the-range sports car, or thousands of dollars in cash and luxury goods!

Even if just a few minutes a day is all you can spare, you can still be a well-respected, regularly published writer.
No special skills are required, you definitely don't need a computer or word processor, a telephone or desk.  And you certainly do not need lots of spare time ..... because you are about to enter the fascinating world of .....


Short written pieces are in great demand all over the world, by editors and publishers, alongside other high-paying clients, both to fill space where a feature falls short of the published page, hence 'filler', and to lighten otherwise staid publications, such as medical journals and import/export bulletins.

Five minute writing covers far more enjoyable and profitable projects than most people appreciate  .....  taking just minutes to produce  .....  and covering everything from readers' letters and fillers, to mini-articles, puzzles and quizzes, recipes and household hints, photographs and cartoons, to greetings card verses, competition slogans, and much, much more besides.

That's why five minute writing is considered the best way to begin and develop a successful writing career, and why many established and very well-paid writers stay with this profitable medium, plus:

It’s not something new that writing article can bring considerable amounts of traffic to your web site thus give you more profits. Today all net has been flooded with articles, which purpose to capture instant traffic for their owners. Millions of articles writing and publishing everyday. The competition has become a fierce battle and it’s getting tougher everyday to drive a great deal of traffic to our site. With that being said you have to do something to stand out from this crowded place, and make sure that your article gets noticed in front of your potential customers one step ahead from your competitors. Here’re 7 surefire tips you can do to give your article more superiority… 1) Eye-Catching Headline No matter how good your article, if people not see ‘invite-to-read’ headline, they won’t bother even for just take a glance on the body of your article. Here’re some tips you to write ‘invite-to-read’ headline: > Write your headline based on something that derives from personal experience. Personal experience will always arouse others’ curiosity For example: “How I Made $17,917 In 3 Days Using Options” > Use exact numbers in your headline: $17,917 will make people see it’s real rather than $17,000 thus helping creates picture in their mind. Ideal mental picture, where they can see themselves in that favorable conditions. In this case, they can see themselves making that $17,917 2) Simplicity Your Words Write your sentence with words that’s easy to understand. For example, instead of using ‘ornamental’ you can use ‘attractive‘. If there’s certain specialized terms from your field explain the meaning for your readers. For example, ‘7 PR‘. While it something common for someone with Internet Marketing basic, but it’s new lingo for accountant. Your readers will appreciate for saving their times when otherwise they have to drill down all the net meanwhile on the other hand they got a lot to do. Remember simplicity always works. 3) Shorter Your Sentence Break your article up into short sentence. No more than 5 lines. Read through screen is difference with read though paper book. Read through computer screen makes your eyes tired faster. Beside, it’s easier to read and devour through short sentence rather than over-crowded sentence. You can see this article as an example. 4) Inject Your Personality Into Your Article Write something about yourself. What’s your experience related with your article? Do you love something that related with your stuff? Or You can slide some jokes in the body of your article (jokes not mean you tell something stupid). This way you’ll appear more human, than unknown behind the screen which eventually will lead to create relationship with your targeted customers. 5) Change Confusing Words Into Understandable Words For example: night-blooming cereus into flowering cactus. This will make a whole world change for you. Imagine you came across two articles with headline “7 Rules Upkeep of Night-Blooming Cereus” and “7 Rules Upkeep of Flowering Cactus” Which one you’d like to read? Trust me there’re a lot who have night-blooming cereus but don’t know its name. Though I don’t have one but I know Flowering Cactus. 6) Give a Lot of Bullet Points All books which discussing about copywriting will screaming benefit, BEnefit, BENEFIT… Why? Because for one thing only, it works. So the same as writing article. Different purpose but same rules. For example: What you have to before doing any business? > research the market > survey prospective customers > determine your budget > write proposal for bank’s loan Another reason, this way you can tell exactly what you want to tell without need to write back and forth many sentences just to tell one point. Not only confuse your readers, but also exhaust yourself. 7) Use Conversational Words Often Try to use as many of blended words we use in everyday conversation as possible. You can write “you’re” rather than “you are“, if in that way you break the barriers between you and your readers. Final Note Different cases need different approaching. Sometimes you can use all of the above techniques but sometimes there’s only one or two that fit with your current conditions. It's very satisfying to see your work and name in print and the earlier that happens the sooner you become a professional writer, and the smoother the road becomes to longer, more profitable writing assignments.

Smaller pieces gets you know to editors who, having seen and enjoyed your work, are more likely to commission you for longer pieces later.

Word for word, rewards are far higher than for almost any other type of written projects, with the possible exception of creating winning slogans and tie-breakers for big-prize competitions.

No rejection slips, ever!  What better start to a full-time writing career?

Complete piece can be finished in minutes and spread over whatever time the writer can spare between other professional and domestic activities.  Great for mother or carer, or otherwise housebound or restricted individual with a desire to write, but little time to spare.

No bulky equipment and research materials required, meaning you can write, any time, any place, anywhere. 

A notepad and pen is all you really need to get started on this amazing journey to becoming a well-paid writer.

Fillers can be fitted between longer assignments, offering a change of 'scenery' and more frequent financial rewards.

Every single piece you write can be recycled in columns, articles, even full-length best-selling books, and can continue earning high rewards over months, years, perhaps forever.

It's not a case of 'cheap and cheerful' for those who publish your work - they need you - to increase interest in their publications, reduce reading times, multiply circulation rates, and cut their overheads.

For that they'll reward you well, and continue doing so, perhaps for the lifetime of your mutual existence!


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