Writing an effective article is every blogger’s dream. Though many people want to write, only a few can ace the skill. And there’s a reason for it. You might have been writing for many weeks now, but still, you don’t think your article is an amazing piece to read. Believe me; every writer will feel the same, unless and until he finds out the tips on how to write an effective article.

Let me keep this simple for you. There is a simple framework to write an effective article. In this article, I will explain to you what is that framework and how you can use it in your write-ups to make an SEO-friendly article.

THE FRAMEWORK TO WRITE AN EFFECTIVE ARTICLE-

How to write an effective article- framewrok

Now that you see the framework in the image, you must be able to understand that it takes a certain amount of effort to frame your article. But when you follow this framework, you will surely be able to see the difference the framework makes on your article.

Why should one follow the framework?

Everyone wants things sorted. No one likes to spend a lot of time understanding what we wrote. When we follow the framework, it becomes easy for the reader to understand the context of the article, and it might drive his interest to read the article until the end.

Will this make my article SEO-friendly?

No, there are a lot of SEO rules that we need to understand to make our content SEO-friendly. But, I will explain to you in-brief what can be done. Follow these tips to make your article SEO-friendly.

  1. Chose a focus keyphrase. It would be best if you chose a word or a fragment which you would want the reader to focus on. Make sure you use the key phrase at least 2-5% of your content. Make sure you include it in your title, sub-headings, introduction and meta-description.
  2. Length of the article. Too short or too long can make your article boring. So make sure your content stays between 300-1500 words. If you think, the content is big; you can write the topic in two parts by linking them to each other.
  3. Linking of the other content. Use links related to other articles to grab viewer’s attention. You can use the links of other websites too!
  4. Make sure your article is friendly and easy to read. Good vocabulary that is easy to understand won’t hurt! Make sure your grammar and spellings are on point.
  5. Use images that are relevant to your content and see if you can use alternative text for the same (alt-text).

Keep in mind that whatever topic you chose to write, you should have a clear opinion about that. Though our opinions change with time, the change should occur under a certain logic. Another persons’ opinion should never influence yours just because that person is well-spoken. When you try to project someone else’s opinions in your articles just because it is getting eyeballs, you lost yourself already! A writer should always have a clear mind while writing things and that’s what makes the best writer.

Though it is pretty much clear for you now on how to write an effective article, you might still face problems while writing. It is okay! You remember that quote, “Rome wasn’t built in a day” right?

You can also read, how to grow the SEO of your website with latest trends in 2020!

This time let’s catchup with the trendy plants, succulents/drought plants. Before this lockdown, I had no idea about these tiny, little, cute plants. When I got to know much about them, I couldn’t stop loving them, and sometimes I feel I have a very few reasons, but sometimes I feel the count of reasons doesn’t matter for loving these tiny plants.
Here we go with a few reasons to love them :


Easy for Lazy:


Just like introverts, they don’t thrive on seeking attention, and this makes it easy for lazy people. These plants don’t need much care or attention like the other plants, and that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t care. As the other name called drought plants implies, all you need to do is water them twice a week with a very little quantity of water. And with adequate light, airflow, and proper drainage, your plants grow without any downfall. This is so simple right, and so I told it’s easy for lazy people.

No Boundaries:


These succulents have no boundaries in shapes, sizes, colors and textures! We can find these plants in a variety of colours like purple, yellow, white, pink etc. etc., unlike other plants which are mostly green in color. And some of them do change their colours according to seasons/climate. Whether they stand-alone or placed in mixtures with other plants, they create a long-lasting visual in your space. They are convenient to pick according to our style and shape.


Magical:


These cute plants are so magical, and that doesn’t mean they make your wishes to happen. Propagation of these plants allows you to take a leaf and stem cuttings from the succulents to create new plants. Though it includes some patience, trial and error methods, it is so magical to watch these new babies grow.


Eco Friendly:


Along with many positives, these plants are ecofriendly too. Be it a drought area or if the water has to be conserved, then succulents are the best options for gardening as they don’t require much water. If you use much water, the more issues are welcomed. Thinking of the money, you will save your water bill as well!


Grow them as you Wish:

These little plants fit in just about anywhere. Want to plant them in a garden? No issues! A wreath? Of course! In Your Shoes? I bet you can! The versatility of these little plants is incredible, primarily when you use creativity in planting them, sometimes it may not work, but nothing comes out without a trial.
Above all may be a very few reasons but with no doubt, you will not fail to get positive energy looking at them. It’s just a small plant, and I do advice you to plant one at your desk/table, and this never fails to charge you.

I am someone who binge-watches quite less. Neither I am a fan of TV nor any movie. It’s on a rare occasion that I feel the urge to watch something. When I am angry or sad or confused or anxious, I feel the need to watch something just to escape the tragedy of time and of course so that I don’t have to talk to anyone. This week I felt stressed and scrolled through my Netflix. I am a big fan of drama, psychic thrillers, and rom-coms. So, Netflix apparently showed me in the suggestions this series called, “The Frankenstein Chronicles.” For someone who watches things rarely, we don’t like to surf for many other series. I went for it and I must say, I don’t regret it. So, I thought I should write about it.

Here is the brief about “The Frankenstein chronicles”-

Frankenstein Chronicles is a series that leads by a strong detective character named John Marlott played by the actor Sean Bean. Benjamin Ross and Barry Langford created it based on Mary Shelley’s 1818 novel. John Marlott finds a weird thing at a swamp which looks like a human but is not. The body looks like being stitched and attached. Later, he finds out through a doctor named William Chester, played by Samuel West that the body is actually made of seven different bodies.

For which, John Marlott suspects that the people who were used to make that body were murdered. To find out who possibly can be committing this crime and why he starts to investigate. Through his investigations, he finds out many shocking things that happen about surgeons of England. But sadly, John Marlott’s story ends in an unexpected way. In a nutshell, this story is a must-watch if you are a crime lover. Uhhh, Light-hearted? Please watch in company!

My opinion-

I am a horror fan. So, I expect a lot of horror from the movie, which is a little disappointing. But that being said, the series kept me hooked because of its twists and turns. I loved how everything was placed properly, and nothing was exaggerated. The dull tone used in the movie helped us experience the old times of England. A few shots showing the slum side show us the dark side of big crimes that occur under our nose. The story is a complete package of amazing actors, on-point content and chill in the bones of the watchers.

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