“Write The Best and You’ll Be Noticed!”

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1947, when an engineer by the name of Howard Head had a bad day on the ski slopes he blamed it on his wooden skis. Over the next few years in his spare time over the next three years, and after no less than 39 failed attempts, he came up with an exciting new idea in metal.

Unfortunately, although he knew without a doubt, that his skis were superior, he just couldn’t break into the market as every skier in the world was using the cheaper wooden ones. Giving up was not built into his D.N.A. so, true to his nature, he searched many avenues to get people to try out his battle proven invention.
His breakthrough came when an unknown member of the Swiss ski team decided to give his metal skis a try and managed to win the pre-Olympic downhill race on them, turning Howard Head into an instant millionaire!



It was the superior performance of his product which gave him his greatest publicity!
What I am saying is, if you are writing what a certain niche reader desperately wants to read about, you won’t need much advertising.
People never forget a great first. No one has ever forgotten Charles Lindbergh who was the first to fly across the Atlantic but how many remember the guy who was the second one to succeed? His name, by the way, was Bert Hinkler.

The same rule applies to any walk of life, if you are first to actually connect with a specific group of readers,you won’t need much advertising.One characteristic commonality shared by these above examples, is the importance of enjoying the journey towards success for example when you complete your next groundbreaking article, remember to reward yourself for the effort. This reward idea releases more of the vital creative and feels good endorphins into your bloodstream.



Sir Richard Branson of the Virgin Atlantic brand fame, rewarded himself by buying his own Virgin island, Necker where he has built an incredible holiday home. His guests have included Nobel prize laureate, Bishop Desmond Tutu, President Jimmy Carter and Diana, the late princess of Wales.

How I Write an article which I hope will be Noticed the writing community. ironic as it may seem but despite knowing how to write, so many writers have a hard time selling the one most important thing, themselves. At first, it can be difficult to turn the spotlight inward, but creating an outstanding post, is a skill every writer need to perfect if they want to grow a literary career.

If you’re a writer like me, writing in a foreign language and whose articles usually need a little polish, don’t worry. With just a couple of free resources and some actionable tips from salted authors dotting the Internet, will help you create a truly impressive article that’s sure to stand out to your readership.
Writing a Standout post, you have to know Your target reader.



I was repeatedly reminded never to start a writing assignment without knowing who you want to reach because the moment you know your target audience, all else gets easier and falls into place.If you know who will read your article and what’s important to them, you can shape your message accordingly. To do this, you need to see what the writers at the top of the BlogBourne leaderboard are writing about, then write more of this from your own perspective.

Handy questions I ask myself: Is the post purely about writing, do I want to be a specialist or a generalist? Who is my target audience, the BlogBourne management, or a small upcoming writer who is desperately trying to leverage the power of Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr to grow their readership?

Once you’ve outlined who’s the most important to you, it becomes possible to carefully target your article to them. You’ll know what aspects to highlight, what keywords to use, and which parts will be most interesting to the new writer. (For clues about what styles different writers use, read blog posts by great writers. You can even borrow phrasing from them for your own articles.)

Copyright © 2016 content by Andre’ Hartslief (Tranquilpen)



  1. Gil Camporazo

    The style is very common – the audience. I read one article which was written several years ago or shall we say before I was born. I know I am not one of those target audience by the writer. But I find it interesting worth rereading and sharing to others. His article has no definite audience. His article is timeless. Aiming for the target readers is good. However, it will only stop for them. Therefore, your article has lost its life. Who dares to read it for you have a specific audience. In giving a talk, yes, it will do for you know the people who are going to listen to you. Writing an article which is left hanging for a captured readership is no writing at all.

  2. Andria Perry

    Aww, thank you for those kind words, ya know you`re title 🙂 Yes I am full of crap 😀

    I have my favorite authors, bloggers, and I read others that I dont care for but I get them an A for starting out and I share so that maybe they will be noticed more.

    I write about what I know.

    Ya know I was just reminded by a wonderful Author @rextrulove when I was planning to stop blogging here because of people and NOT that I lacked self confidence, that I write for the people that reads my blogs.

    I have always enjoyed your articles.

    I stumbled this article 🙂

  3. Francine Labelle

    Excellent post, very informative. But more and more after reading several posts over the web, I find myself wanting to write not for a very specific audience but just for myself and whoever wants to join in. That is just my humble opinion.

  4. ANDRE' G Post author

    Whatever makes your world rock Francine, we have one life and each of us have to live it passionately and uniquely. Thank you for stopping buy to read this post, I will reciprocate. Tranquilpen

  5. Your Seldom Majesty

    For now I just write and hope for teh best. Nothing else to do about it. I have help of other more experienced writers and I also do my homework every day with different tools and tutorials online. It is fun.

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