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|7 Easy Ways to Ease Ezine Writer's Block ECommerce Articles | November 21 , 2005
If you publish an ezine regularly, inevitably there are times when you get stuck and can't quite come up with the perfect article for your issue. This article give you 7 ways to get unstuck and get writing.
If you publish an ezine regularly, inevitably there are times when you get stuck and can't quite come up with the perfect article for your issue. Sometimes just taking a break and coming back later will give you a fresh start. But other times you need more of a "writing prompt" to get you going. The following 7 ways should help you get unstuck and get writing:
1. Write a Tip SheetSometimes it's easier to get started by creating a list of tips. How to _______, The 5 Ways to ____________, Top Ten Tips to _______________. Write a couple of sentences for each tip, and before you know it , you have a completed article full of practical information for your readers.
2. Answer Your Most Frequently Asked QuestionsAs your clients interact with you, you'll likely get the same kinds of questions over and over. Take one or two of your most frequently asked questions and answer it in an article.
3. Use a Client's ScenarioProtecting your client's privacy (or not, if they give you permission), use their scenario as a case study. Explain the client's situation and what recommendations you gave, as well as what the results were. This will help build your credibility in your prospect's eyes as well, as this gives them the chance to see you "at work."
4. Comb Through Your Reading BoxDo you have a Reading Box (or tray , file, pile)? If you're like me, I get a ton of info via email everyday that I really do want to read, so I have a box where I toss all the stuff I print into (actually, it's now two boxes!). Go through your own pile, and see what ideas pop up for you from there. (I do this often when I'm trying to switch from mommy-mode to businesswoman-mode.)
5. Learn Something New and Pass It AlongDid you learn something new recently that you can share with others? Or is there something you want to learn more about? Go and do some preliminary research and share your findings with your readers.
6. Interview an ExpertI love this one , but don't overdo it. Your readers want to hear from you, which is why they are reading YOUR ezine. But once in awhile, having an interview as an article, as long as it provides valuable content for your readers, can be a nice change and even fun. Send your expert 3-5 questions to answer, and turn the interview into an article by adding an introductory and concluding paragragh. (I enjoy giving these kinds of interviews myself , so if you'd like to interview me for your ezine, shoot me an email at alicia@clientabundance and let me know.)
7. Get Back to BasicsThink back to when you were just starting out in your business. What were the things you found most challenging? Choose one or two and offer your advice on how to get beyond those stumbling blocks.
Any of these ideas should get you started, and then the words will start to flow. I know when I'm writing sometimes, I'm thinking "ugh - not in the writing groove today at all" but once I get going, I'm usually pretty happy with the end result (but I do LOVE to revise, and revise , and revise... ).
The global rolling stock market is estimated to be USD 54.43 billion in 2018 and is projected to grow to USD 73.80 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 4.44% during the forecast period. The growing demand for public transport and increasing need for energy efficient transport are some of the key drivers fueling the growth of this market.
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The rolling stock market, in terms of value, is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.44% from 2018 to 2025. The market is estimated to be USD 54.43 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach 73.80 billion by 2025. Asia Oceania is estimated to be the largest market for rolling stock, followed by Europe and North America. The growth of the rolling stock market is fueled by the infrastructural development of urban sub-urban rail network , approval of new rail lines, and high-speed rail projects.
Turbocharged locomotive segment to hold the largest share in the rolling stock market, by locomotive technology
The turbocharged locomotive market is estimated to be the largest in the rolling stock market. The primary advantage of the turbocharged locomotive is that it gives more power with no increase in fuel costs. Major OEMs such as ABB have modernized turbochargers in locomotives to meet technical, environmental and cost requirements of the rolling stock market. In heavy hauling, more powerful units are being used to increase track capacities. This is increasing the demand for turbochargers and turbocharged locomotives.
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The demand for freight wagons is high in the US, China , and Russia. This is because of increasing replacement of old fleets and growth of the manufacturing sector in these countries. Custom-made and technologically advanced wagons, such as chemical and pressure tank wagons and car-carrier and low-loader container-carrying wagons, are manufactured in Western Europe and other developed regions. The increased mining activities in emerging economies are expected to impact the market for freight transportation .