Evergreen Articles May Not Make You Rich But Will Pay Writers Forever

A look at evergreen articles, and why you should consider them

Tom Handy
Never Stop Writing

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Evergreen trees
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Writers looking to write an everlasting article should write evergreen articles. These articles aren’t about the latest trend or fad, but information someone wants to know about today, tomorrow, or years from now.

Did you know evergreen trees can live from 100 to over 5,000 years?

That’s what you want your evergreen article to do. You want the article to last forever.

To find the latest trending information, many go to X, formerly Twitter, or Google Trends for trending topics. Evergreen articles, on the other hand, provide their value for years.

These articles are on a general topic, so provide readers with the information they need.

Like any article, there are pros and cons to evergreen articles.

Here are six of them you should know about.

PROS

Long-lasting value

Evergreen articles are good today and years from now. They provide general information a reader wants to reference.

The general idea of the topic will be covered and additional information to help…

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Tom Handy
Never Stop Writing

I ghostwrite articles for FinTech executives. Seen in Morning Brew, Money magazine. Get my free email course https://tom-handy.ck.page/5bc47f9d15