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"Writing Ebooks - Picking the Topic For Your Text"


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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Whether you're writing a blog post and article or an e-book you need a topic. Picking a topic can be easy as pie or one of the most dreaded tasks you're ever going to make. I'll take you through the steps I make when picking topics for everything I write about. Trust me on this one, it's really easy.

Never Let Writing Inspiration Escape You

If you struggle for topics to write about this is the one piece of advice that will help you most of all. I bet you get ideas all the time, but when it's time to put them into writing you've forgotten about them. That's why you should keep a pen and a pad on you at all times. Whenever you get an idea be sure to write it down write away. Don't wait, you need to record it right away. It doesn't matter how silly it sounds. In time this pad will be your goldmine of ideas and you will be able to churn out articles, blog posts and e-books at will.

The Mandatory Keyword Search

I know this is a topic that's been done to death. However, there's a good reason for that. The ideas you have written down on your pad will probably turn into great writing. However, you might as well make it a bit easier to find. That's why you should check your idea either with WordTracker or the AdSense keyword tool. There's a free version of WordTracker and the AdSense keyword tool is free to use as well. What you will be looking for are long tail keywords. Long tail keywords are searches that contain 3 or more words. These keywords have fewer searches than the main keywords, but also have less competition. You will be using these keywords for topics and sub-topics for your writing.

Drilling Down Your Ideas

Depending on what you're writing you will want to be able to write a certain amount of words on your idea. For a blog post you should go for somewhere between 300 and 600 words. An article should be at least 400 words, but probably not much more than 800. For an e-book chapter I'd recommend between 3 and 6 articles or at least that amount of text.

So drilling down means picking sub-topics for what you're writing. If you're doing a blog post choose between 3 and 5 long tail keywords related to your main topic. An article could go as far as 10 sub-topics, but that depends entirely on how long you want it to be.

Type the sub-topics you've picked into your favorite word processor and start writing. Start writing you say? Believe me, it will come easy to you.

And if you truly want to make sure that you finish writing the eBook you have always wanted to write you need a system. For more information on the best system I know when it comes to writing eBooks please visit my blog on eBook writing today!

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