“To get my work officially published on a trusted information channel”
Now, that’s a neat objective right there. As writers, it is our hearts’ desire to get our content out there and influence the lives of others in one way or another. After all, you only ever realize your impact as a writer the moment you see your writing influence other people. When that moment comes, you really think to yourself “Well, I guess all those nights I stayed up racking my brain off is worth something.” Trust me, the feeling is definitely worth every ounce of your hard work.
But hey, before you even get to experience any of that, the first thing you have to worry about is getting your work published (read more). If your work stays as a drafted file, then what is even the point? In order for your work to elicit some sort of a reaction from the audience, you first need to get your creation out there. You need to have your articles published.
But we all know that it’s easier said than done right?
I may be officially writing content now but you don’t know just how many rejections I had to brave through just to get to this point – each one of them being more savage than the first. It took me not just months but years of practice to get everything down to the dot. The reason why it took so long is probably because nobody lent me a hand though.
I had to learn every exasperating experience first-hand and take something valuable from it. I guess you can say that I was bottom-up introduced to this world of blogging and guest posting. Anyway, I think we’ve all heard enough of my sad and sappy story. Point is, I’m not going to let you go through the same experience I did. This time, I’m going to help you. I’m going to teach you all the valuable things I’ve learned through my journey and I really hope that it’ll help you get your articles published faster.
Anyway, through the years, I have learned that these three qualities are almost always present in any published article. After I have learned to apply these qualities into my own work, rejections started to leave me alone. Instead, my articles have been welcomed with open arms since then. If you want to know how to write content to satisfy companies like Quality Guest Post, read on below:
This one is very important. People read what they think are most important and beneficial to them during a certain point in time. Sure, there are topics we refer to as “classics” but they have been so overused that some websites don’t feel the need to take them in anymore. There is just one too many writers discussing those topics. When choosing what to write about, always make sure that you talk about something that’s timely and relevant.
Nobody likes reading confusing articles. It’s hard to keep up when the article’s message is all over the place. You can’t just write according to your taste and expect everyone else to just go along with it. You have to think in other people’s shoes. Ask yourself “Is this understandable?” and “Is it relatable?” When you think it is, then create an outline for the article. Consider the pacing and the flow. It’s important that you keep the content organized to make it an easy read.
Lastly, you need to have something new to offer. What does your article have that cannot be found anywhere else? You have to add something new that people can learn from. Repeating, paraphrasing, and just reiterating old thoughts of other writers will make your article sound boring and redundant. Bring something fresh and new to the table – always.