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It’s About A Feeling

If you’re going to put together an information product or if you’re planning to write an article, the sentiment is the same; you’ve got to have a strong feeling about it in order for you to come across as believable.


Now, that doesn’t mean you have to always be positive in your article writing. You can be mad about something. And then just craft your article (or your information product) to let your reader know why!


Maybe you disagree with an article you recently read; good! Put that into an article–in other words, you be the “con”.


The main thing is to let your feelings be known. Sadness, awe, etc. And if you can muster no more than a “ho hum feeling” (or no feeling at all) for your product, you’ll be short on emotion toward it.


Which means you won’t be able to get across to your readers why they should buy what you’re selling.


And if that’s the case, why should they?


On the other hand, perhaps some information from The Complete Guide to Profit on Ebooks might be helpful to you as well.


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