High Tech Sailing and How to Write Articles For the Industry

The sailing sector is both a business and a hobby. The boat, sail, and equipment makers are busy making a living trying to one-ups-man-ship on the next, while the recreational sailors, and serious sailors are busy enjoying it all and pushing all this new gear to it’s limits. It therefore makes sense for the writer of sailing articles to focus on several aspects of the industry and to focus on their intended audiences.

Let’s talk a little bit about an esoteric niche; the high tech sailing sector, and how to write articles for that niche. You see, there are the serious racing teams with the highest of high-tech, literally NASA materials, and boats designed on Super Computers using aerodynamic, hydrodynamic, and fluid dynamic virtual CAD/CAM design software.

Each rendition is then tried out in the real world; often, through a process of secrecy, discreet manufacturing, and away from paparazzi view, all in the hope of gaining the slightest edge in speed and agility in the water. The trick here for an article author is to gain access and trust, so that the crews, designers, and manufacturers will talk turkey, candidly, and openly with you, so you can get the best interviews.

Of course, there is a lot more to it than that. They will often talk with you off the record, and give you juicy details, stuff you cannot or should not print. If you do, you lose their trust, and while the article will certainly be interesting, it can cause quite a stir and it will cause you career challenges in the future.

Nevertheless, you must always deliver the goods and those who follow the industry are diehards, and they want to know what’s new, the latest gossip and they won’t settle for anything less. I hope you will heed this advice, as it has come at a high personal price to me. Please consider all this.

Lance Winslow is a retired Founder of a Nationwide Franchise Chain, and now runs the Online Think Tank. Lance Winslow believes those in the sailing sector need water proof cellular phones and ones that work offshore; Mobile Phone.

Note: All of Lance Winslow’s articles are written by him, not by Automated Software, any Computer Program, or Artificially Intelligent Software. None of his articles are outsourced, PLR Content or written by ghost writers. Lance Winslow believes those who use these strategies lack integrity and mislead the reader. Indeed, those who use such cheating tools, crutches, and tricks of the trade may even be breaking the law by misleading the consumer and misrepresenting themselves in online marketing, which he finds completely unacceptable.

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