Write for Your Readers Based on the Type of Reader They Are

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The offline and online writing, publishing, and the editorial world is vast: This is a known fact, backed up by reports showing that the number of books published every year amounts to about a million. This said, the writer or publisher in you may feel that there is no longer a topic that no one has written about yet.

And while this may have some truth in it, it doesn’t automatically mean that those already written and published contain truly interesting, valuable, relevant information.

The selling factor

Selling a story takes more than just creating quality content. There are so many types of readers out there, with each having its preference and behaviors, and knowing where your target market belongs is crucial to releasing a sellable story. As such, you need to take this, together with many other factors, into account before you even start writing.

Getting reader-centered insights valuable to your story

Your readers are the most important people in your professional life. After all, without them, then you wouldn’t have an audience, not to mention a source of income. But with so many variables to consider, it would take you ages to pinpoint the ones that matter most to your piece.

It’s for this reason that more and more publishers agree that artificial intelligence for publishing is now one of the most important tools in this industry. Through AI, you can obtain insights that will help you create a story for the right audience, which can then ultimately lead to sales.

Analytics for making content highly interesting and useful to your target market

Aside from the apparent reason that AI makes the otherwise manual task of analyzing and reporting a lot easier and faster, the data it provides can help you pinpoint specific consumer preferences. For instance, the reading topic itself. You can find out the specific subjects that consumers like reading about, and that you have the expertise of writing about.

And this is just one of the many other ways that artificial intelligence can help you create a selling story, and one that will remain in your readers’ minds for a long time.