How To Write Persuasive Articles That Convert Readers
How to write persuasive articles that convert readers into action takers? Do you do any online writing? Know the one thing that will both increase your conversion rate, and your cash flow? It’s not writing more although that’s a good thing, and not writing faster – a good thing too, no, I’m talking about learning to write persuasively.
If you’re anything like me when you write an article for online publication you want just one thing to happen – the reader to take some kind of action. This maybe a sale, a sign-up for your newsletter, or a visit to your website. Regardless of what action you hope your reader will do, if you write persuasively you’ll get more readers to take that action.
How To Write Persuasive Articles
If you’re anything like me when you finally get something written, you want it to convert at the highest rate possible. How do you accomplish this? You write to persuade the reader to take the action you have laid before them.
Whether it’s a click through to your sales page, your squeeze page, or wherever you want to send the reader, you want the most clicks you can get.
A good way to start a persuasive piece is to tell a story, a story of how you have been in their shoes, you know how they feel…you can identify, and can feel their pain.
You could tell them how as you suffered just as they are you were able to see a light at the end of the tunnel, that light was your solution and that solution ended your pain, and will end their pain as well.
Writing persuasively is nothing more than convincing the reader that your conclusion is the only logical conclusion to come to. You do this using logic and appealing to the readers emotions. My conclusion/offering will make your life, easier, better, etc. My conclusion makes sense?
Write Persuasive Articles That Convert Readers
Look at most any online sales page, or squeeze page to see most if not every persuasive technique used. Although an article shouldn’t attempt to be quite that persuasive, you still want to influence the readers, and get them to take action.
Every time I write a piece for publication online in the hope of enticing a reaction from the reader, I always strive to write with persuasion. I have articles that have a 60% CTR (click through rate), so I feel as though I can help you increase your conversion rate as well.
Writing persuasively is an art, but it is an art that is easy to learn and implement. Learn to write to persuade, convince, and compel your readers to take action…and watch your convertions go up.
So, if you’re writing a blog post, article, or really anything online, you owe it to yourself to always remember what you are writing to turn your reader into a clicker, a lead, a customer, and a sale. Don’t just try to work harder… work smarter.