How do you write a good introduction paragraph for articles?
Many content writers struggle to get past the introduction section of their work. I've heard some writers say that if they can only write the first paragraph, the rest of the article will flow smoothly.
The introduction is an important part of an article or blog post. It is used to prepare the reader and provide context for the post. It should grab the reader's attention and quickly explain how the article can help him or her.
As an avid consumer of online content, I can't help but notice how some bloggers resort to cliches and overused expressions instead of taking advantage of the opening paragraph to captivate their readers.
For example, how often do you read unimaginative introductions like this one:
"X can be challenging."
One of the best tips I've learned is to write the main article first before writing the introduction.
How about you? How do you usually write your introduction sentence or paragraph? Is there a tip or technique you can share with the other writers?