Yes! You Too Can Write

It is Easier Than You Think
Part Two

You have arrived at the "How To" exercise page from part one - Write Website Content. 

The purpose of the exercise is to prove to you that it will not be difficult for you to build an online website business, successfully. This is especially true (and becoming more and more true) due to the sophisticated website building tools available to you.

Essentially, you simply get the tools, and then write "content", which are your words on a web page.  

If you have not viewed the previous page, you should click the above link. The top information on that page is the information referred to on this page.

Later, we will analyze the information - what it all means.

You know your subject matter; but how do you put your information on paper (your website)?

Let's Write

Note that all the sentences from the top of the first page rewritten below, as separate sentences, one under the other.

Note: Each of the below sentences expresses a different idea; then strung together into paragraphs to express a concept (or various concepts).

Note: After reviewing the information on this page, go back to the first page (the link above) to review the analysis section.

1. As you begin to write website content, do not worry about such things as form, style, or grammar.
2. Do not worry if you don’t know all that you desire to know.
3. The information here will help you get started.
4. Here is a strong suggestion: Take the Netwriting Master Course, discussed below.
5. For now, simply start writing content for your website by getting what you know on paper.
6. Use a text editor or word processor if those tools are comfortable for you.
7. Do not worry about grammar, sentence structure, or the like.
8. Simply get started.
9. If you prefer, think of this exercise as practice in order to know that, in fact, you can write website content.
10. Hey, do not worry about what you should write/type first.
11. In fact, you do not have to start by writing complete sentences.
12. Simply write down your ideas about what you want to write.
13. Then, under each idea write a little something about what you know of the subject.
14. If you simply do not believe that you can write website content, use this exercise as a challenge.
15. You can learn something about writing, while at the same time following the above suggestion of getting your ideas on paper.
16. You will discover that learning to write website content is not that difficult.
17. In fact, forcing your mind to learn how to write is also a great way to start exercising your mind.

Look again at the above 17 sentences. They are of course the same sentences as at the top of page one.

NOW, let us go to the analysis section on page one.

Later, if you still have an interest read this page about Website Building Tools. See how the right tools can complement your writing. You will see examples on the page(s) you are reading.

Confidence in Writing Comes With Action

You can also use various tools to help you write well-written pages; and of course, there are people that provide writing services. Until you develop confidence (or if you simply don't want to write), allow someone else to put your words to paper.

Do you want to write your own website content? If so, read a great free eBook on writing for the internet.

Do not let the name scare you. This small 50-page course will open your eyes, and benefit you immensely toward writing content for your website.

You have nothing to lose. The Netwriting Masters Course is free to download, study and print, if you want to print it.

Read the following excerpt taken from the book:

"Formal writing training is not necessary. You just need an easy-to-follow method and a few proven tools and strategies that work."


"Whether you have minimal or extensive Net experience, you will profit from the information provided in this course. Anyone can benefit from this course. Please feel free to share it with family, friends or colleagues -- anyone you know who wants to "do" business on the Net.

The Netwriting Masters Course is a "work-at-your-own-pace" course. Some of you will be able to devote large blocks of time to it. Others may only have 15-30 minutes per day to spend on it.

Either way, it does not matter how long it takes you to complete the course. Set aside a certain amount of time per day to follow this course and to do your homework. You'll find it was time well, no best, spent as you refine your Netwriting skills and become a successful e-persuader."

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