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Good artists copy; great artists steal—not actual information or ideas... but techniques. Check out these writing techniques for boosting your content's performance.

"Steal" the structure of your favorite blog post, suggests Essay Tigers in the following infographic. "Pick a blog post that has recently astonished you and received a great amount of shares and likes, and copy the structure."

"Break the post down and create an easy-to-follow template," recommends the infographic.

Also, steal writing techniques from fiction. "Fiction writers use specific techniques that draw the readers in and keep their attention to the last page," states Essay Tigers. "You can borrow some of them to implement in your content writing process." Those techniques include character, setting, plot, and dialog.

To find out more writing techniques to "steal," check out the infographic.

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