Get More Eyeballs with these Writing Frameworks
Write with a format to capture attention & keep it
Hey Nomads 👋🏻
In today's Issue of the Digital Nomads, I'll share some Writing Frameworks that will get your content, Eyeballs, and get you Fans.
This issue will take you approx 2 mins to read.
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Three Content Frameworks to Grab more Eyeballs
A - Attention : This section is responsible for capturing a reader's attention with a Hook
I - Interest : This section holds the reader's interest with relevant context
D - Desire : This section promises the reader something that they want
A - Action : This final section asks the reader to take a specific action
P - Problem : State a Problem relevant to the Topic
A - Agitate : Aggravate the problem
S - Solution : Drop your solution
By far, this is my favourite framework. It's simple and keeps readers hooked for long.
P - Problem : Detect a problem relevant to the topic
S - Solution : Provide a straightforward solution
E - Example : Show an example of how the solution works
Tweets on Writing Frameworks
The world's most valuable skill:
But colleges charge you 120k and still do a terrible job teaching it.
Instead, here are 9 writing frameworks that cost you nothing and will save you hundreds of hours:
— Dickie Bush 🚢 (@dickiebush)
Jun 15, 2021
Over the past 4 years, I have ghostwritten more than 2,000 articles for startup founders, C-level executives, Silicon Valley investors, and more.
Want to know a secret?
I use the same 5 templates every time.
— Nicolas Cole 🚢🏴☠️ (@Nicolascole77)
Jun 8, 2021
Hope you enjoyed this week's issue - Yes, I tried keeping it short.
See ya next week.