How To Use Google To Double or Triple Your Article-Writing Productivity

Just so we're all on the same page here, do we all agree that writing articles online is the fastest road to: 1) creating targeted traffic to your website, and creating recognition for yourself as an authority in your field? Good, I knew you were a smart group of people.

Except for possibly paying a small fortune in advertising, nothing will bring in more visitors, faster, to your site than writing a lot of articles.

What do I mean by "a lot?" That depends on how much competition you have for your keywords or niche. You might see a big jump in traffic when you hit the 30 article mark if you don't have too much competition.

But you also may need to hit the 50 article mark or the 100 mark before all your traffic dreams begin to come true.

"100 articles?" I hear you screaming. "I can barely write one article a week. At that rate, by the time I write 100 articles I will have starved and gone out of business.

Don't worry, I'm about to share a secret that will make you prolific. Using this secret, you will have no problem writing 10 to 20 articles a week. Guaranteed.

The key is to have a steady stream of topics to write about. If you have enough material to write about, and you are willing to put in the work, you can be producing 10 to 20 articles a week in no time.

The answer to the problem of having enough topics to write about is …. your old friend, Google.com.

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Here's how Google can help. Log onto Google and click on the news option. Once you are in news, click the option called "News Alerts" on the left column.

Do you now where I'm going next? You enter in several phrases and key words, just as if you were entering a search for these topics, and Google will take you to a screen that will allow you to enter your email address to have these alerts sent to you every day.

Make sure you choose to receive alerts on both news and the web. This means that every time your keyword appears on a news report or a website, you will be notified. Now fortunately, you won't be receiving a ton of emails, just one for each keyword you selected. Within each email will be links to each site that reported a new mention of your keyword.

And once you start getting this steady flow of really current information on your topics, you will never run out of things to write about.

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