If you don’t think personal tech is important then obviously you don’t watch the stock market during the day or CNBC news. After all, one statement from Steve Jobs and Apple’s stock skyrockets, along with the entire tech sector; and later in the day; “lo and behold” if the entire the entire Dow doesn’t post a strong gain. Consider if you will, just in the recent past, we’ve had the iPhone, the new Kindle, and all these new smart phone all-in-one gadgets.
Yes, it seems sometimes high-tech toys are something we just can’t turn on. They are getting to be as American as apple pie. Everyone wants to get in on the latest new thing, and the early adopters will pay a premium for the high-tech toys of the future, that is, if they can get them in their hot little hands today. Perhaps, it is for this reason that I recommend that online article authors that like to talk about and discuss technology spend some more time writing personal tech articles.
Over the last couple years I’ve written nearly 50 articles on the topic, and it is amazing how much traffic they get, it’s just cool. People want to know about personal tech. It is one of the most highly searched terms on Google. Of course, if you’re going to write personal tech articles you need to know a few things. People want to know the juice. They want to know all about the good stuff, and the problems.
They want a real product review, not a bunch of hype, and not a lot of talk about the color. They want to know the particulars. They want to know about the software, they want to know about the speed, the conductivity, the interface, the RAM, the operating system, and they want to know when it will become obsolete, and what comes next. They want side-by-side comparisons of all the competing products.
Most of all, they want to know where to get one!
If you can write online articles to give this information to the public, they will eat your articles up, refer them to friends, and there is no way you can stop them from going viral on the Internet. Trust me, it’s happened to me a number of times. I hope you will please consider this.
Note: All of Lance Winslow’s articles are written by him, not by Automated Software, any Computer Program, or Artificially Intelligent Software. None of his articles are outsourced, PLR Content or written by ghost writers. Lance Winslow believes those who use these strategies lack integrity and mislead the reader. Indeed, those who use such cheating tools, crutches, and tricks of the trade may even be breaking the law by misleading the consumer and misrepresenting themselves in online marketing, which he finds completely unacceptable.
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