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Cataworks works more like your marketing company. Our posts and articles are created not only for the Google bots but, for human eyes as well. If you are going to pay to have us post content all over the web, shouldn’t it also help drive traffic to your site? Yea, we think so too.
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Writing Process for Creating
Often, the keywords for the project will be in the idea, and I already have a vague idea of the length and format: article, ebook, training program, etc.
When the project is done, I’ll select the title I like best. Or, if I’m unhappy with my working titles, I’ll brainstorm for more.
If an idea seems weak, I evaluate the concept first, to see if it needs to change. Then I decide whether more research could help get me over the hump. Most of the time, I can find a way to make the idea work, but sometimes, the project isn’t worth pursuing. I either save it for another time or toss it.
At some point—I can’t always say when—rough writing turns into pure writing. At that point, I begin by rewriting the rough sections and slip into my narrative. I rarely say, “Now it’s time to write.” I just do it.
I usually do a quick review to catch glaring mistakes and make sure I covered everything I meant to cover. I also check to be sure my intro still fits. If the project veered away from the original concept, the intro probably needs to be rewritten.
A quick read-through tells me where the rough spots are and helps me identify gaps where I need to add content, or repetitive areas where I need to consolidate ideas or delete them altogether.