A Simple Framework That Makes Writing Articles Effortless, Fun, and Fast

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If you want to learn how to write articles FAST, keep reading.

Because in just a few moments, I’m going to share with you a proven framework that’ll cut your writing time in half.

In fact, once you understand and start using this framework…

I daresay you’ll be writing articles even faster than that — likely finding them far easier to write, too.

So what is this quick and easy framework I’m talking about?

I’m talking about PAS. Otherwise known as…

Problem, Agitation, Solution.

Here’s how it works:

First, you start with a “problem.” This is where knowing your audience comes in handy. What are their pains? What problems are they dealing with? You want to call this out right away.

A simple example of this would be something like:

“Do you suffer from anxiety?”

Next, you want to “agitate” the problem. And all this means is that you’re digging deeper into how the problem actually manifests in real life.

To continue our example, you could say something that:

“You know, the racing heartbeat. The sweaty palms. The relentless feeling of uneasiness that simmers throughout your body. Sucks, doesn’t it?”

Finally, you introduce the “solution.” You’ve told them about the problem. You’ve made them feel sick about the problem. And now you’re going to swoop in and present a way to solve it.

Something like:

“The good news is that it’s now easier than ever to control it. All you have to do is yadda yadda yadda…”

See how that works?

— Present a Problem.
Agitate that problem.
— Then offer a Solution.

If you follow that framework to the letter…

Soon, you’ll be writing articles faster and easier than ever before.

Go ahead — try it.

Halt right there!

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