RANDOM ACTIONS:
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Install

RANDOM STARTERS:
how to train
correct
online
why may
budget
begin
sales

RANDOM TRAITS:
United
Petrified
Distinct
Organized
Enthusiastic
Rear
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# The What People Say Article Template

People say a lot of things.

The problem with that is that if you hear a statement enough time, you’ll start to believe it.

So if you want to write a controversial article or blog post to shake your readers up gently, you can offer them the red pill to see clearly. (Of course, they could choose the blue pill, leave your article, and go back to sleep, but at least you’ve tried.)

This is how to use the What People Say Article Template:

1: Pick an area in your niche where there are people saying something with conviction, and most people believe it.

2: Come up with a headline. You don’t need much work on it to make it attractive, since the topic is controversial.

Examples:

“SEO – They Say It’s All About Back Links… And Yet You Can Be Number One on Google Without Any”

“Most People Claim that Windows is Easy to Use – Read these 21 Examples of the Opposite”

3: Write a short introduction, and mention that there’s a lot of saying going around in your niche, and why it’s dangerous to believe everything “they” say.

4: List your points where people say something, everybody believes it, and where it’s not true. If you only have one point, it’s okay.

5: Elaborate on your point(s).

6: Tell your readers what in your opinion is the truth.

7: Tell them that those sayings are not the only ones going around, and that they should never just accept something as a truth, only because everybody is saying so.

8: Summon up your article in the conclusion, and lead into your resource box, if you’re writing for article syndication, traffic or back links.

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BASIC QUESTIONS:
Who
What
Why
Where
When
How

JOURNALIST QUESTIONS:
Who did that?
What happened?
Where did it take place?
When did it take place?
Why did that happen?
How did it happen?

FURTHER QUESTIONS:
Whom?
Which?
Whose?
How far? 
How long? 
How much? 
How many?
How come?
Why not?
Why didn't?