Statistics showed that more than 80% of households in the United States have a computer. It is no wonder on-line jobs have become so sought after. Everyone wants to work from home, to make a living from the comforts of your favorite armchair. Almost everyone who has grown up in this age of computers is proficient in the use of them, making using the computer for work, fun or profit quite accessible. Of course the down side to this is that there are also millions of other people doing exactly the same thing. Learning how to write the story or article that is the most interesting, the most informative, or the most intriguing is the key to being successful in this very competitive field.
Searching the Internet for advice on the “how to” of good copywriting and one point recurs. The copywriters who are making the money at it are good at it. They know how to keep the reader interested. They have done their homework, researched the topic and have reliable information about the topic. When a Google search can produce literally thousands of articles about any topic out there, the odds are staggering as to which one article or blog will grab the interest of the reader. Fortunately, not all readers are alike, giving the copywriter the opportunity to appeal to different people at different times, on