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The Instant Messenger Content Template

Some people spend a lot of time chatting on messengers. Others use them strictly for business and only to exchange a few words from time to time.

This is your big chance to tell the world how you use messengers in your niche, and which one is your favorite.

This is how to use the Instant Messenger Content Template:

1: Pick your favorite instant messenger. Is it ICQ (the first), Yahoo, MSN, Skype, AOL, or a totally different one, Or do you use them all through one application like Trillian or Adium,

2: Come up with a funny or intriguing headline.

3: Introduce your article by letting your readers know that you use messengers in your niche and that they can obtain advantages by reading your article.

4: Tell your readers, which instant messenger is your favorite in the body of the article.

5: Elaborate on the topic. Why do you prefer this messenger, What are the advantages, How do you use the messenger in your niche, Do you feel like wasting some of the time you spend using the messenger, Or do you only start the application when you have a link to send or a question to ask somebody,

6: How do you recommend your readers use messengers in your niche,

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.

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