I'm currently in the process of going through every single Wizzley article that I've ever written, and ironing out my noob errors.
This is largely adding in some blarb at the top, plus optimizing my products. I'm doing a handful at a time, so that a long process is manageable. But I've hit a mental block on two of them.
They are formatted exactly the same, as they're part of a set of articles. A solution for the formatting of one should work just as well with the other.
When I originally wrote it, the introduction related in part to the product next to it. If I just copy that up to fit into the gap at the top, it stops making sense. I've tried moving it up, but relating to the product below. But you aren't supposed to start the main article with an advert. I've tried slotting the contents in between, but that not only breaks up the flow to the product, but puts us three modules up from the music that I mention.
Finally, I tried just writing something new for the blarb at the top. But it looked weird, plus I'm not in the same head-space, so you could tell that I was writing bored filler words to shove into a gap. I deleted them.
I do want to sort this out. I've just grappled with it for so long now that I'd hit what probably amounts to a psychological brick wall with it.
If they were your articles, what would you do at the top there?
Thanks in advance.