Can well written articles really improve your web presence?

Maybe YES, and maybe NO. It depends upon how good they are.

They have to captivate your reading audience, provide information to meet their needs, answer their questions, give them hope.

Your articles must put your readers first and give them what they want - not just what you want to tell them.

There are 5 basic steps to writing articles that will keep your readers coming back for more. Listing them here now would fill up too large a web page (maybe even 4 or 5 pages), so I made them available in a more convenient 3 part email course (FREE).

You can register for it Here and add the 5 step 'Writing Captivating Articles' Blueprint to your own set of writing tools...

...and take advantage of the free resources and bonus tools that are included.

Register now and you'll have the first free lesson in your mail within minutes.


Why do you want to create a web presence?

Are you interested in selling a product or service, publishing your thoughts and opinions about current events, supporting a favorite cause, freely sharing your knowledge to help others, or whatever?

The Internet is probably the best place for ordinary people to spread their knowledge and express their opinions... and it can be done with little or no cost.

You can blog for Free, build free websites, post to other people's blogs, join with millions of others in social networking, and with care and a little bit of guidance, you can actually sell your products or other peoples products online.

However, you need a recognizable web presence to get people to visit and revisit your web sites, blogs and sales pages. The greater your web presence, the sooner your name, website, blog, etc, will brand you as knowledgeable or even expert in your niche or field.

In my recent posts, I suggested a few different approaches to start creating a personal brand and referenced some free reports to help start the process.

These individual reports, and a few more - for a total of 10 - are now available from one source.

All 10 are free, can be copied and printed and used for permanent references by anyone considering article writing or blogging to develop their personal brand. Here's the link to "Creating Your Own Web Presence" -


Even if you aren't ready to start putting yourself on the World Wide map, you might find a few of these Special Reports helpful in your regular travels on the Internet. Take a look.