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Get Readers Hooked: Use AI to Craft Engaging Stories For Your Articles

Are you ready to transform your articles from ‘meh’ to ‘must-read’? This is your chance to learn how AI can create story-rich introductions that engage, captivate, and leave your readers wanting more. Perfect for niche publishers who aim to rise above the ordinary.

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Why Stories Are The Best Article Intros

Storytelling isn’t just an ancient art; it’s a modern necessity, especially for anyone who wants to command attention in a noisy world.

Think of how some of the greatest writers kick off their masterpieces. Take Gabriel Garcia Marquez in “One Hundred Years of Solitude”: “Many years later, as he faced the firing squad, Colonel Aureliano Buendía was to remember that distant afternoon when his father took him to discover ice.”

Instantly, you’re hooked. You want to know more about Colonel Buendía, this firing squad, and that distant afternoon.

Or how about the classic opener from J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye”?

“If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you’ll probably want to know is where I was born, and what my lousy childhood was like…”

Before you know it, you’re invested in Holden Caulfield’s life. These authors understood the compelling power of starting with a story.

So why shouldn’t you wield this same power in your articles?

Start your pieces with a compelling, well-crafted narrative and make your reader an offer they can’t refuse: a journey worth taking, a question worth exploring.

That story in your intro won’t just be a cute anecdote; it’ll be the anchor that keeps your readers from drifting away. Your articles will stop being mere entries on a webpage and start becoming journeys that readers are eager to embark upon.

This is more than just writing; this is crafting an experience your readers won’t forget.

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Story Telling Article Intro Prompt

⇒ Act as a persuasive story teller and expert direct marketing copywriter
You are going to write an opening story that intrigues the reader to read on.

You will write 3 different version of a storyteller opening/ introduction  to an article on a [topic] that I will enter in the next prompt 

The Storyteller Introduction uses first person singular.

The introduction should be educational, promise a tangible

transformation, benefit, or outcome for reading, and be actionable in

nature—so the reader could do something TODAY.

Each opening should lead into the main points of the piece and leave

an open loop creating curiosity. Your goal is to keep the reader

reading and get them to read the next line, and the next, and so on.

The key to writing a great intro is the very last sentence. It needs

to give the reader a reason to click and read more by telling the

reader very specifically what you’re going to give them, being very

specific about the outcome—I want tangible, noun-oriented outcomes.

Hint at what’s to come (and the payoff for reading). Get the reader to

think, “Wait…what?” so they lean in with interest, intrique, and are

carried through the rest of the content.

Things you must do:

– Write 5-8 sentences.

– Use 12 words maximum per sentence.

– Vary sentence length to make it engaging.

– Be cohesive. Every sentence must drive the narrative forward.

– Be clear, direct, and simple.

– Readability grade 8 or lower.

– BE SPECIFIC. Use the most descriptive nouns and verbs possible.

– Integrate the takeaway and conclusion seamlessly into the narrative,

making them implicit but impactful, without using explicit markers or


Things you must avoid:

– Avoid buzzwords and jargon.

– Avoid being salesy.

– Avoid being overly enthusiastic!

– Avoid questions.

Do you understand?

Let me know when you are are ready for me to enter the [topic] so that you can write some storyteller intros to the  article.

When the articles are written give the bot feedback and further instructions to customize the stories to your liking.
Ie longer, bolder reasons to read on, more visual imagery, etc… get it written to your specifications

Example…. expand intro 2 to twice the length. Make it more visual and cinematic in the story telling
Example… expand intro 3 to twice the length. Make it more emotional and empathetic to the reader’s situation.

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