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The Hot or Not Content Template
A couple of years ago, MySpace was hot. Then Facebook came along. Alta Vista was once the hottest search engine, and Google was not even born.
What is hot today, might be out tomorrow.
Sometimes, though, people do not realize it.
When Internet Explorer started its glitch towards oblivion, only a few Firefox or Opera enthusiasts were seeing it.
Be ahead of time. Be controversial. Come up with your Hot or Not list for topics in your niche.
This is how to use the Hot or Not Content Template:
1: Find five things that are either hot or in the rise today in your niche.
2: Find five things that are either out of falling in popularity in your niche.
3: Come up with a controversial or funny headline.
4: Write a short introduction to your article.
5: List your five hot topics. Elaborate on each of them and tell your readers why you find them hot.
6: List your five not hot topics. Expound on each of them and let your readers know why you think they are on their way down.
7: Summon up your article in the conclusion, and lead into your resource box, if you are writing for article syndication, traffic or back links.
Who did that?
Where did it take place?
When did it take place?
Why did that happen?
How did it happen?