Freelance Writing, Motivation, Writing Skills

Another Lesson in Web Content Writing

14 Jul , 2014  

A website is like a book; it has a specific subject or topic and it also has different pages to look at or read. The difference is that websites are seen on the Internet, and you can do different kinds of websites depending on the niche you are targeting. For your site to be useful, you need people who are familiar with Web design. These web designers team up with writers who are responsible for giving the site its content; all of which must be related to the article topic.

For example, there is a website on medicine. The main page can have a history of the particular medicine (e.g. antibiotics) or anything related to medicine in general. You can make subtopics and hyperlinks on the different kinds of medicine. These other pages will show your reader important information on the subtopics. It may look simple, but if you don’t know how to write your topics properly, people might not visit it for information or even to reference.

Focusing on What Matters

The most important part of a website is its content. Its main thought should be the focus of the discussion. This will lead the readers to know immediately what the site is all about. The discussion should be brief yet full of ideas. After you’ve summarized the topic, conclude it in such a way that readers will have a specific question to be answered at the end of the whole article.

When writing articles, it should be straight to the main idea. People visiting a website will mostly just scan the article to find its main topic. The content should also be short and understandable. Keeping it short will help your readers retain interest. Also, it should be grammatically correct and have a readable format.

Have a specific, yet catchy title. It can get the reader’s attention. The title should also contain the main topic so that they will immediately know what your article is about.



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